Online Casinos Strongly Reject York County Casino Proposal

After spending nearly $ 10 million over a two-year campaign of supporters bringing a third casino to the northeastern state. Maine reportedly suffered a resounding defeat on Tuesday after voters deeply insulted Question One on the ballot.

According to a report from the Portland Press Herald newspaper about 83% of voters rejected the Question One proposal for sanctions. At a casino in York County in the southernmost corner of the western state despite from supporters. That action will bring in more than 2,000 new jobs and $ 45 million in annual tax revenue.

The newspaper reported that words in the measure would allow an entity known as Capital to open up a Hollywood merger. Casino Hotel and Raceway Bangor is owned by Gaming and Leisure Properties Incorporated and operated by Penn National Gaming Incorporated. As well as Churchill Downs Incorporated’s Oxford Casino to be able to Class III table and slots.

Online Casino Strongly Rejects York County Casino’s proposal to license a third Maine casino hurt after it became clear that Capital Seven was Shawn Scott’s controversial property development entity. The Las Vegas-based entrepreneur purportedly bought the struggling Raceway Bangor before a successful fundraiser in 2003 that turned the Penobscot County facility into the state’s first casino. He later pocketed an estimated $ 51 million by selling his stake to Gaming and Leisure Properties Incorporated, which replaced the property as Hotel Casino Hollywood and Raceway Bangor.

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