Oklahoma 1916 ballot measures
- All nine of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- All nine of the measures were defeated.
- One of the measures was an initiated constitutional amendment.
- One of the measures was an initiated state statute.
- Both of the measures were defeated.
On the ballot
|State Question 81||Taxes||Creates a state tax commission|
|State Question 82||Suffrage||Requires proof of literacy to vote|
|State Question 83||Taxes||Repeals laws requiring taxes for the common schools be placed in the common school fund|
|State Question 84||Judiciary||Provides for the salary and appointment of the clerk of the supreme court|
|State Question 85||Local gov't||Limits municipal indebtedness to five percent of the assessed valuation of property|
|State Question 86||Labor||Provides for compulsory compensation in case of death or disability|
|State Question 87||Judiciary||Consolidates the supreme court and the criminal court of appeals|
|State Question 88||Trials||Provides for the number of jurors needed for different court cases|
|State Question 89||Judiciary||Abolishes county courts|
|State Question 78||Elections||Reforms the selection process for ballot counters, to try to ensure fair elections|
|CISS||State Question 80||Elections||Prevents the legislature from passing any laws concerning the registration of electors|
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