The Maine Initiative and Referendum Amendment was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment on the September 15, 1908 ballot in Maine, where it was approved.
This measure modified The Maine Constitution to provide for initiative and referendum.
| Question 1|
| Yes|| 53,785|| 68.67%|
Official results via: All proposed Maine constitutional amendments, 1820-present
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
"Shall the constitution be amended as proposed by a resolution of the legislature providing for the establishment of a people's vote through the optional referendum and a direct initiative by petition and at general or special elections?" the same being the question prescribed in Section 22 of Chapter 121 of the Resolves of the Legislature of the State of Maine approved March 20, 1907.
Those in favor of this amendment will vote "Yes", those opposed will vote "No", upon their ballot.