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Under the Act, effective as of January 1, 1964, each member of the General Court [...] receive seventy-eight hundred dollars for each regular annual session, the President of [...] and the Speak of the House of Representatives shall each receive the same amount as additional compensation, and the floor leaders of each of the major political parties in the Senate and House, the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Ways and Means and the Chairman and Vice-Chair of the committee of the House, shall each receive thirty-nine hundred dollars as additional compensation, to be paid as provided in the Act. After the same date the annual expense allowance is to be six hundred dollars for each member and the travel allowance is to be [...] cents per mile with a stated minimum and and alternative, and a member chosen to fill a vacancy or who resigns during a session is to be entitled to per diem compensation at the rate [...] for each annual session and to the allowances for travel and other expenses for the [...] his membership.

It is also provided that in addition to the compensation for the 1963 annual session the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House shall be paid thirty-nine hundred dollars [...] the floor leaders of each major political party in the Senate and House, the Chairman the Senate Committee on Ways and Means and Chairman and Vice-Chairman of that committee of [...] shall be paid twenty-nine hundred and twenty-five dollars and each other member shall be [...] nineteen hundred and fifty dollars. Each member shall also be entitled to an additional expense allowance of two hundred dollars for the calendar year 1963 and travel allowance [...] be at the rate of eight cents per mile with a stated minimum and an alternative for the [...] of the calendar year of 1963.

1964 Nov 3 :: State of Massachusetts :: Question 6 :: ReferendumDo you approve of a law summarized below, which was approved in the House of Representatives by a vote of 180 in the affirmative and 40 in the negative and was approved in the Senate by a vote of 28 in the affirmative and 5 in the negative?

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Ward
Yes
No
Blank Votes Total Votes Cast Total Ballots Cast
Totals
 
10,755
17,744
11,303
28,499
39,802
Precinct 1
 
263
369
284
632
916
Precinct 2
 
240
367
295
607
902
Precinct 3
 
206
354
271
560
831
Precinct 4
 
302
432
251
734
985
Precinct 5
 
290
472
315
762
1,077
Precinct 1
 
104
142
207
246
453
Precinct 2
 
277
356
262
633
895
Precinct 3
 
188
231
218
419
637
Precinct 4
 
322
415
341
737
1,078
Precinct 5
 
345
433
309
778
1,087
Precinct 6
 
253
300
237
553
790
Precinct 1
 
325
453
391
778
1,169
Precinct 2
 
271
412
251
683
934
Precinct 3
 
303
520
347
823
1,170
Precinct 4
 
281
491
285
772
1,057
Precinct 5
 
237
447
201
684
885
Precinct 1
 
335
513
364
848
1,212
Precinct 2
 
199
337
298
536
834
Precinct 3
 
319
499
341
818
1,159
Precinct 4
 
325
632
357
957
1,314
Precinct 5
 
287
593
401
880
1,281
Precinct 6
 
412
561
389
973
1,362
Precinct 1
 
278
446
257
724
981
Precinct 2
 
241
427
316
668
984
Precinct 3
 
284
470
328
754
1,082
Precinct 4
 
292
484
272
776
1,048
Precinct 5
 
253
403
265
656
921
Precinct 6
 
274
537
307
811
1,118
Precinct 1
 
334
564
272
898
1,170
Precinct 2
 
294
559
334
853
1,187
Precinct 3
 
232
493
272
725
997
Precinct 4
 
262
538
237
800
1,037
Precinct 5
 
250
465
253
715
968
Precinct 1
 
324
593
331
917
1,248
Precinct 2
 
318
512
284
830
1,114
Precinct 3
 
322
632
274
954
1,228
Precinct 4
 
414
646
380
1,060
1,440
Precinct 5
 
299
646
306
945
1,251
Totals
 
10,755
17,744
11,303
28,499
39,802