Oklahoma 2014 ballot measures
The 2014 legislative session began on February 3 and concluded on May 23, 2014. Three legislatively-referred constitutional amendments appeared on the November ballot, addressing the administration of government, taxes and veterans. At least five other potential legislatively-referred constitutional amendments failed to make the ballot.
No initiatives appeared on the November 4, 2014, ballot. Initiative supporters were required to submit 155,216 valid signatures within 90 days of the potential measure's initial filing. No initiative campaigns successfully submitted enough signatures to refer measures to the ballot.
- Between 1990 and 2013, an average of six measures appeared on the even-numbered year ballots in Oklahoma. Therefore, 2014 was a below-average year based on the number of certified measures.
- From 1990 to 2014, the number of measures on statewide even-year ballots ranged from two to 11.
- Between 1990 and 2014, 64 of 79, or 81 percent, of Oklahoma ballot measures were approved by voters.
- Conversely, 15 of 79, or 19 percent, of measures were defeated.
On the ballot
- See also: 2014 ballot measures
|State Question 769||Admin of Gov't||Guarantees that public officials can also serve as officers and members of the National Guard, Oklahoma State Guard and Officers Reserve Corps|
|State Question 770||Veterans||Permits a disabled veteran to sell his or her homestead and acquire another homestead property while keeping the homestead tax exemption|
|State Question 771||Veterans||Establishes a homestead exemption for the surviving spouse of military personnel who die in the line of duty|
Not on the ballot
|State Question 768||Marijuana||Legalizes the use, sale and cultivation of marijuana for medical purposes|
|Bonds for State Capitol Building Amendment||Bonds||Authorizes the state to issue $120 million in bonds to pay for repairs to the Oklahoma State Capitol Building|
|Right to Bear Arms Amendment||Firearms||Clarifies what weapons citizens have a right to carry and who the state is allowed to regulate|
|Right to Farm and Ranch Amendment||Food & Agri||Provides for the right to engage in certain farming and ranching practices|
|Local Option for Manufacturing Property Tax Exemption Amendment||Taxes||Empowers county commissioner boards to decide whether a manufacturing facility would be exempt from property tax or not|
|School District Bonds for Safety Facilities Amendment||Bonds||Authorizes school districts to issue bonds to pay for personal safety facilities|
- Oklahoma Secretary of State
- Brief of the Petition Process for State Questions
- State Question Database
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