Ohio 1913 ballot measures
- One measure on the ballot was an initiated constitutional amendment and one was an indirect initiated state statute. Theses measures were the first-ever citizen-initiated measures on the statewide ballot in Ohio, but were both defeated.
- Four measures on the ballot were legislatively-referred constitutional amendment, only one of which was approved.
On the ballot
Proposed amendment ballot
|Amendment 1||Elections||Provides for use of short ballots for state officer elections||
|Amendment 2||Elections||Provides for the use of short ballots for county and township officer elections||
|Amendment 3||Taxes||Provides tax exemption for city, village, hamlet, township, road district, and school bonds||
|Amendment 4||Civil rights||Allows for women to be appointed as members of government commissions and boards related to women and children||
|Amendment 5||Legislature||Reduces the size of the Ohio General Assembly||
Proposed law ballot
|IndISS||Law 1||Alcohol||Prohibits the transportation of liquor into areas where sales are prohibited||
Note: The initiated statute was on separate ballot from the proposed amendments in the election.
- 1913 ballot measures
- List of Ohio ballot measures
- Procedures for qualifying an initiative in Ohio
- Ohio signature requirements
- Ohio campaign finance requirements
- Laws governing the initiative process in Ohio
- History of Initiative & Referendum in Ohio
- A History of Statewide Issue Votes in Ohio
- Sample Ballot (in The Bryan Times, October 31, 1913)
- Annual Report of the Secretary of State (Ohio, 1913)