The Alaska Permanent Fund Amendment
ballot question was on the November 2, 1976
statewide general election ballot in Alaska
as a proposed legislatively-referred constitutional amendment
to the Alaska Constitution
, where it was approved.
- Yes: 75,588
- No: 38,518
The ballot summary said, "This proposal would amend Article IX, Section 7 (Dedicated Funds) and add a new section to Article IX, Section 15 (Alaska Permanent Fund) of the Alaska Constitution. It would establish a constitutional permanent fund into which at least 25 percent of all mineral lease rentals, royalties, royalty sale proceeds, federal mineral revenue sharing payment and bonuses received by the state would be paid. The principal of the fund would be used only for income-producing investments permitted by law. The income from the fund would be deposited in the State's General Fund and be available for appropriation for the State unless law provided otherwise."
| Alaska Permanent Fund Amendment (1976)
|Yes or no
| Total votes
|| 100% precincts
Changes to the Alaska Constitution
The passing of Alaska Permanent Fund Amendment amended Article IX, Sections 7 and 15 of the Alaska Constitution.