The Montana Popular Choice for U.S. Senator Measure, also known as Initiative Measure Nos. 306 and 307, was an initiated state statute on the November 5, 1912 ballot in Montana, where it was approved.
- The measure instructs the legislature to vote for U.S. senators based on popular referendum rather than by party.
| Montana I 306-307 (1912)|
| Yes|| 45,620|| 78.57%|
Official results via: Montana Secretary of State
(Note: Each measure received two numbers, one for and one against.)
- ↑ Montana Secretary of State, "Statutory Initiative and Referendum Issues Since Adoption of Constitutional Amendment, Article V, Section I, Permitting the Referendum and Initiative"
- ↑ The Anaconda Standard, "Names Now Placed on Voting Machines," November 3, 1912 (P.8)
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 The Anaconda Standard, "A Proclamation," August 13, 1912 (P.16)