Maine 1980 ballot measures
- One was a veto referendum challenging a newly-enacted state law forbidding slot machines in the state. This vote was held on March 11, 1980.
- One was a citizen initiative about nuclear power. This vote was held on September 23, 1980.
- Three were proposed constitutional amendments.
On the ballot
|VR||Slot Machine Ban||Gambling||Voters could reject a new state law banning slot machines||
|CISS||No Electricity from Nuclear||Environment||Prohibit the generation of nuclear power in the state through nuclear fission||
|Apportionment Act||State legislature||Bring into conformance the year in which the House and Senate shall be apportioned||
|Initiative Elections||Elections||Initiative and people's veto elections can be held at the same time as a scheduled statewide election||
|Justices of the Peace Act||Judicial reform||Manner of selection of judges of probate and justices of the peace||
- 1980 ballot measures
- List of Maine ballot measures
- Laws governing the initiative process in Maine
- Maine Legislature
- People's Veto votes
- Constitutional amendments from 1911-present.
- "Votes on Initiated Bills: 1910-", compiled by the Maine State Law and Legislative Reference Library.
- I&R Institute ballot measure database for Maine
State of Maine
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