Virginia voters next week will consider a referendum to increase the maximum size of the rainy-day fund, a measure that could bolster the state’s triple-A rating.

The referendum, one of three on the ballot statewide, asks if the maximum size of the revenue stabilization fund should be increased to 15% of the state’s average annual income and sales tax revenues for the previous three years, from 10%.

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