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1994 United States Virgin Islands gambling referendum

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A referendum on legalising casino gambling was held in the United States Virgin Islands in November 1994, alongside general elections. It was a repeat of the 1992 referendum, which saw the proposal rejected by a narrow margin. This time the proposal was rejected in St Thomas and St John but approved in St Croix.


St Thomas/St John

St Croix

Choice Votes %
For 58
Against 42
Invalid/blank votes
Total 100
Registered voters/turnout
Source: Pattullo[1]


Following the referendum, the Legislature voted to legalised casino gambling in St Croix by a vote of 9–6 on 27 April 1995. Governor Roy Schneider signed the bill into law on 8 May.[2]


  1. ^ Polly Pattullo (1996) Last Resorts: The Cost of Tourism in the Caribbean, Ian Randle Publishers, p96
  2. ^ R Oliver David Casino gaming and regulations in the United States Virgin Islands Caribbean Studies Association 26th Annual Conference, May 27–June 2, 2001
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