But one of the requirements for a referendum question is that a specific result has to come out of it, said Todd Valentine, special counsel with the state Board of Elections.
For example, the county would set forth a specific amount of money it wants to bond.
The state Clean Water-Clean Air Bond Act, which passed in 1996, called for selling $1.75 billion in bonds.
People knew before they voted how many millions would go to different types of programs, but the projects were not chosen until after the referendum passed.
agency would need more information about how the question would be worded before issuing a formal opinion.