AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - A ballot initiative to allow a southern Maine casino is set to be first on November's ballot.

Democratic Secretary of State Matt Dunlap drew the order Wednesday.

The first question is to allow slot machines or a casino in York County asks voters if they want to allow a certain out-of-state company to seek state and local approval to do so.

The second question would be to expand Medicaid to qualified adults under 65 with incomes at or below 138 percent of the federal poverty line.

Q1 Casino/slots in York Co
Q2 Medicaid exp
Q3 Transp bond
Q4 Unfunded liabilities#mepolitics pic.twitter.com/Hm71mkl3Nv

— Liam Nee (@LiamNee) August 16, 2017

The Secretary of State's office is accepting public comments on the wording of the questions until Sept. 1.

The election is Nov. 7.

Voters will also decide on a transportation bond and a constitutional amendment to change state pension funding requirements.