Ohio 1976 ballot measures
- Eight appeared on the June 8 primary ballot, five of which were approved.
- Seven appeared on the November 2 general election ballot, three of which were approved.
- Four measures were initiated constitutional amendments.
- Eleven measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
On the ballot
|Issue 1||Elections||Requires joint election of the Governor of Ohio and the Lieutenant Governor of Ohio|
|Issue 2||Transportation||Provides funds for the construction of rail transportation services|
|Issue 3||Bonds||Allows energy facilities to receive public industrial development bonds|
|Issue 4||Suffrage||Modifies qualifications to vote, including lowering the voting age to 18|
|Issue 5||Elections||Modifies how local terms of office can be set and how state vacancies can be filled|
|Issue 6||Bonds||Modifies constitutional language in relation to repayment of debt|
|Issue 7||Taxes||Requires at least 50% of estate taxes be returned to the political subdivisions where it originated|
|Issue 8||Taxes||Consolidates state constitutional provisions that relate to taxes|
|Issue 1||State Exec||Provides rules for succession of the Governor of Ohio and the Lieutenant Governor of Ohio|
|Issue 2||Constitution||Removes obsolete and unnecessary provisions from the constitution regarding state printing, dueling, and the Bureau of Statistics|
|Issue 3||Elections||Requires the declaration of election results for state officers to be at the next regular session of the General Assembly|
|Issue 4||Utilities||Limits the rates which may be charged for gas and electricity|
|Issue 5||Utilities||Provides for consumer representation in utility regulatory actions|
|Issue 6||Nuclear||Provides for procedures for legislative hearings about nuclear power plants|
|Issue 7||Direct democracy||Simplifies the state's procedure for initiatives and referendum|
- 1976 ballot measures
- List of Ohio ballot measures
- Procedures for qualifying an initiative in Ohio
- Laws governing the initiative process in Ohio
- History of Initiative & Referendum in Ohio