Oregon ballot measures sponsored by Bill Sizemore
Sizemore's 2008 qualified initiatives
|CISS||Measure 58||Education||Requires english immersion for non-english speaking students|
|CISS||Measure 59||Tax reform||Makes federal income taxes fully deductible on state return|
|CISS||Measure 60||Education||"Teacher compensation must be based on classroom performance"|
|CISS||Measure 63||Property Rights||Allows minor improvements To property without building permit|
|CISS||Measure 64||Campaign Finance Reform||Prohibits using taxpayer-funded resources to collect political funds|
Previous Sizemore initiatives
- Measure 98, a paycheck protection measure, was certified for the ballot, but lost at the polls, with 678,024 in favor and 776,489 opposed.
- Measure 92 was another paycheck protection measure. It was certified for the ballot, but lost at the polls with 656,250 in favor and 815,338 opposed.
- Measure 59, a paycheck protection measure, certified for ballot, lost at polls with 539,757 in favor and 561,952 opposed.
- Measure 5, which mandated voter approval for new taxes, was certified for the ballot, but lost at the polls with 543,302 in favor and 671,025 opposed.
- Measure 8, a measure to cap the obligations of the Oregon general fund to the PERS (Public Employee Retirement System), got on the ballot, and won at the polls, with 611,760 in favor and 610,776 opposed. However, later it was invalidated by the Oregon Supreme Court.