Michigan State Officer Compensation Amendment, Proposal 1 (August 2002)
|Preamble • I • II • III • IV • V • VI • VII • VIII • IX • X • XI • XII • Schedule|
Michigan State Officer Compensation Amendment, Proposal 1 (August 2002) was on the August 06, 2002 primary election ballot in Michigan as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment, where it was approved.
|Proposal 1 (State Officer Compensation Amendment)|
Official results via: The Michigan Secretary of the State
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
The proposed constitutional amendment would:
1. Add Attorney General and Secretary of State to list of state officials whose salaries and expense allowances are determined by the SOCC. The list currently includes the State Legislature, Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Supreme Court Justices.
2. Require the legislature to approve by majority vote any salary and expense allowance determinations proposed by the SOCC before determinations go into effect. Currently, the SOCC's determinations go into effect unless rejected by a 2/3 vote of legislature.
3. Allow legislature to reduce compensation increases proposed by the SOCC.
4. Provide that the SOCC's salary and expense determinations would take effect after the next general election.
No available information.
- List of Michigan constitutional amendment votes from 1966-2008
- 2002 Primary Election Results via The Michigan Secretary of the State