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June 15, 1988 | From Associated Press
North Dakotans rejected a lottery for the second time in 18 months Tuesday, while Virginians chose Democrat L. F. Payne Jr. as their newest congressman. With 77% of the North Dakota vote in, the lottery was opposed by 41,505 voters, or 59%, and favored by 28,391 voters, or 41%. "It would seem to me (the vote is) a decisive expression of the will of the people, and I would hope that the proponents would accept the decision of the voters of North Dakota," former Gov. Arthur Link said.
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June 15, 1988 | From Associated Press
North Dakotans rejected a lottery for the second time in 18 months Tuesday, while Virginians chose Democrat L. F. Payne Jr. as their newest congressman. With 77% of the North Dakota vote in, the lottery was opposed by 41,505 voters, or 59%, and favored by 28,391 voters, or 41%. "It would seem to me (the vote is) a decisive expression of the will of the people, and I would hope that the proponents would accept the decision of the voters of North Dakota," former Gov. Arthur Link said.
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