Arizona Proposition 104
, also known as the Initiative Petitions Act
, was on the November 2, 2004
election ballot in Arizona
as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment
. It was defeated
| Initiative Petitions|
|Yes|| 536,410|| 31.9%|
- Election results from Arizona Elections Department.
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
The Arizona Constitution requires that an initiative measure must be filed at least 4 months before the election at which it will be voted on. Under an existing statute, an initiative measure may be circulated up to 24 months before the election at which the measure will be voted on.
Proposition 104 would amend the Constitution:
- to require that an initiative measure must be filed at least 7 months before the election at which it will be voted on, and
- to allow an initiative measure to be circulated up to 27 months before the election at which the measure will be voted on.
Arizonans for Voter Empowerment-Yes On Proposition 104, supporters of the referendum, spent $12,100 in support. No On 104 Defend Arizona's Initiative Committee spent $5,453 and Healthy Arizona Initiaive Committee spent $2,289, both in opposition of the measure.