Maine 1995 ballot measures
- There was one citizen initiative, which failed.
- Four state bond questions totalling $91.9 million, which were all approved.
- Two constitutional amendments to the Maine Constitution, which were both approved.
- A veto referendum about mandatory seat belt usage.
Two citizen initiatives did not appear on the ballot, although their sponsors collected enough signatures, because as per the laws governing the initiative process in Maine, the state legislature exercised its rights to enact the legislation proposed in the initiatives. When this happens, the initiatives do not appear on the ballot because they've already been enacted.
On the ballot
|CISS||Question 1||Civil rights||Prevent Maine legislature from adding additional protected classes under state's anti-discrimination laws||
|LRSS||Four Bond Questions||Bond issues||$91.9 million in bonds for roads, housing, classroom technology, pollution control||
|Question 6||State budget||Require sound funding of the Maine State Retirement System||
|Question 7||State budget||Gives governor a line-item veto||
|LRSS||Question 8||Law enforcement||Requires all persons to wear safety belts in vehicles||
- 1995 ballot measures
- List of Maine ballot measures
- Laws governing the initiative process in Maine
- Maine Legislature
- Election results for the Maine 1995 ballot measures
- Votes on Maine initiatives
- Votes on Maine constitutional amendments
- Votes on Maine referenda
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