State executive official measures on the ballot

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State executive official measures

State executive official measures on the ballot: This topic refers to ballot measures regarding State executive officials, including Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer, Controller, Auditor, Superintendent of Schools, and a variety of Commissioners. Measure variety widely in topic, from how the executive officers are elected or appointed, to what powers they hold, to whether or not the office shall even exist.

Examples:

Ballot measures lists

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Alaska

  1. Alaska Lieutenant Governor/Secretary of State, Amendment 3 (August 1970)


Arizona

  1. Arizona Election of State Board of Education, Proposition 3 (1950)
  2. Arizona Four Year Terms for Executive Officials, Proposition 3 (September 1950)
  3. Arizona Governor Calls for Special Legislative Sessions, Proposition 2 (September 1950)
  4. Arizona Initiative and Referendum Protection Amendment, Questions 108 and 109 (1914)
  5. Arizona Lieutenant Governor Amendment, Proposition 100 (1994)
  6. Arizona Non-Elected State Officers Appointed by Governor, Proposition 3 (1938)
  7. Arizona Pardons Referendum, Questions 300 and 301 (1914)
  8. Arizona State Executive Department, Proposition 5 (September 1922)


Arkansas

  1. Arkansas Legislative Sessions and State Official Term Limits, Amendment 4 (1932)
  2. Arkansas Term Limits for State Constitutional Officers, Proposed Amendment 64 (1984)


California

  1. California Nonpartisan Secretary of State Amendment (2014)
  2. California Proposition 1, Superintendent of Public Instruction (1968)
  3. California Proposition 10, Salary of the Governor (1946)
  4. California Proposition 109, Time Granted to Governor to Review Legislation (1990)
  5. California Proposition 11, Abolish Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (1934)
  6. California Proposition 11, State Constitutional Provisions About State Officers, Legislators and Judges (1949)
  7. California Proposition 12, Military Service by Public Officials (1952)
  8. California Proposition 12, State Budget Deadlines (1922)
  9. California Proposition 13, Appointment of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (1958)
  10. California Proposition 14, Assumption of Powers in Event of Gubernatorial Disability (1946)
  11. California Proposition 159, Office of an Auditor General (1992)
  12. California Proposition 16, Annual Sixty-Day Legislative Sessions (1940)
  13. California Proposition 17, State Treasurer Trustee of Certain State Moneys (1942)
  14. California Proposition 18, Membership of Reapportionment Commission (1942)
  15. California Proposition 18, State Funds Held in Trust by State Treasurer (1938)
  16. California Proposition 1A, the "Constitutional Revision Amendment" (1966)
  17. California Proposition 2, Role of Lieutenant Governor as President of State Senate (June 1982)
  18. California Proposition 2, Vacancies in Statewide Executive Offices (1970)
  19. California Proposition 20, Governor's Council (1930)
  20. California Proposition 20, Redistricting Commission (1926)
  21. California Proposition 3, Compensation of State Executive Officers (1930)
  22. California Proposition 3, Salaries of Statewide Executive Officials (1944)
  23. California Proposition 4, Election Returns for Governor and Lieutenant Governor (1940)
  24. California Proposition 4, Role of State Attorney General (1934)
  25. California Proposition 5, Appointments to the University of California Board of Regents (June 1972)
  26. California Proposition 5, Salaries of State Executive Officers (1926)
  27. California Proposition 57, Retirement Benefits for Elected State Constitutional Officers (1986)
  28. California Proposition 6 (1976)
  29. California Proposition 8, Ballot Titles and Summaries for Initiatives (1932)
  30. California Proposition 8, Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction (1970)
  31. California Proposition 89, Governor's Parole Review (1988)
  32. California Proposition 9, Gubernatorial Succession (1948)
  33. California Proposition 9, Salaries of Some State Officers May Be Changed During Term of Office (1942)
  34. California Proposition 9, State Superintendents of Public Instruction (1946)
  35. California Proposition 9 (1976)


Colorado

  1. Colorado Appointment of Nonpartisan Secretary of State Amendment (2014)
  2. Colorado Centralized Authority of the Governor, Measure 1 (1934)
  3. Colorado Department Head Exempted from Personnel System, Measure 4 (1976)
  4. Colorado Four-Year Terms for State Officials, Measure 1 (1956)
  5. Colorado Functions of Executive and Legislative Departments, Measure 6 (1974)
  6. Colorado Governor's Appointees Exempt from Civil Service, Measure 7 (1960)
  7. Colorado Insurance Commissioner Amendment, Referendum 1 (1984)
  8. Colorado Limits on Number of Executive Departments, Measure 1 (1966)
  9. Colorado Reports by Treasurer, Measure 3 (1974)


Connecticut

  1. Connecticut Attorney General Election, Question 1 (1970)
  2. Connecticut Election Procedure for State Executive Officials, Question 2 (1948)
  3. Connecticut Election Procedure for the Governor and Lieutenant Governor, Question 3 (1962)
  4. Connecticut Executive Officers Succession Procedures, Question 2 (1984)



Florida

  1. Florida Director of the Budget, Amendment 4 (1946)
  2. Florida Division of Powers, Amendment 9 (1962)
  3. Florida Duties of Commissioner of Agriculture, Amendment 8 (1964)
  4. Florida Executive Cabinet, Amendment 4 (1978)
  5. Florida Governor and Cabinet Election Years, Amendment 1 (1963)
  6. Florida Gubernatorial Vetoes, Amendment 4 (1954)
  7. Florida Pardons, Amendment 3 (October 1896)
  8. Florida State Executive Regulation Nullification by Legislature, Amendment 7 (1976)
  9. Florida Statewide Prosecutor Appointment, Amendment 1 (1986)




Idaho

  1. Idaho Abolish State Board of Prison Commissioners, HJR 3 (1944)
  2. Idaho Abolish State Board of Prison Commissioners, SJR 6 (1942)
  3. Idaho Change State Auditor Title, SJR 109 (1994)
  4. Idaho Compensation for State Executive Officers, SJR 102 (1998)
  5. Idaho Creation of a Pardoning Board, SJR 3 (1946)
  6. Idaho Eliminate Land Board, SJR 101 (1972)
  7. Idaho Executive Branch Re-organization, SJR 132 (1972)
  8. Idaho Extending Terms of State Officers, SJR 4 (1914)
  9. Idaho Four Year Terms for State Officers, HJR 8 (1928)
  10. Idaho Governor Pardoning Power, HJR 4 (1944)
  11. Idaho Governor Pardoning Power, SJR 7 (1942)
  12. Idaho Governor Succession, SJR 6 (1956)
  13. Idaho Governor and Lt. Governor Political Party, HJR 52 (1972)
  14. Idaho Make State Auditor Member of State Board of Land Commissioners, HJR 15 (1910)
  15. Idaho Monthly Salaries for State Officers, HJR 3 (1928)
  16. Idaho Powers of the State Board of Land Commissioners, SJR 12 (1900)
  17. Idaho Qualifications of State Officers, SJR 6 (1948)
  18. Idaho Removal of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, SJR 5 (1968)
  19. Idaho Replacements for Executive Office Vacancies, HJR 4 (1968)
  20. Idaho Residence Requirement in Ada County, HJR 24 (1994)
  21. Idaho Term Limits for State Officers, SJR 1 (1944)







Louisiana

  1. Louisiana Twenty-One Executive Departments Amendment, HB 341 (2014)


Maine

  1. Maine Abolition of Executive Council and Notary Public, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 4 (1975)
  2. Maine Determining Election of Governor, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 7 (1964)
  3. Maine Elimination of Pardon Communication, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 1 (1964)
  4. Maine Governor Citizenship Qualifications, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2 (1955)
  5. Maine Governor Commander in Chief Authority, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 6 (1964)
  6. Maine Gubernatorial Incapacity, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 3 (1975)
  7. Maine Gubernatorial Line-Item Budgetary Veto Power, Question 7 (1995)
  8. Maine Gubernatorial Pardon Power for Juvenile Delinquency, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 1 (1955)
  9. Maine Gubernatorial Term Continuation, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2 (1971)
  10. Maine Gubernatorial Term Length and Limits, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 3 (1957)
  11. Maine Gubernatorial Vacancy Filling, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 8 (1964)
  12. Maine Legislative Adjournment and Gubernatorial Approval, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2 (1973)
  13. Maine Public Campaign Financing, Question 3 (1996)
  14. Maine Public Financing of Gubernatorial Campaigns, Question 1 (1989)
  15. Maine Repeal Treasurer Term Limit, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 1 (1951)
  16. Maine State Legislator Oaths in Absence of Governor, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2 (1964)
  17. Maine Time Frame for Gubernatorial Action on Legislation Referendum (1976)


Maryland

  1. Maryland Amend Article 2, Section 17 of the Constitution, Amendment 1 (1890)
  2. Maryland Annual Salary for the Governor, Amendment 3 (1966)
  3. Maryland Appointment of Officials, Amendment 3 (1817)
  4. Maryland Attorney General Duties, Amendment 4 (1816)
  5. Maryland Authority of the Attorney General, Question 9 (1976)
  6. Maryland Chief Judge Vacancies, Amendment 4 (1946)
  7. Maryland Executive Official Provisions, Question 1 (1970)
  8. Maryland Executive and Legislative Department Changes, Amendment 4 (1964)
  9. Maryland Fill Vacancies in the General Assembly, Amendment 2 (1936)
  10. Maryland Governor Annual Salary, Amendment 2 (1954)
  11. Maryland Governor Succession, Amendment 4 (1948)
  12. Maryland Office of the Governor, Amendment 1 (June 1809)
  13. Maryland Reorganization of the Executive Branch, Question 7 (1970)
  14. Maryland Replacement of Senators, Amendment 1 (1840)
  15. Maryland Return of Election for Governor, Amendment 1 (1846)
  16. Maryland Salaries for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, Question 7 (1976)
  17. Maryland Salary of the State Treasurer, Amendment 14 (1966)
  18. Maryland Secretary of State Salary, Amendment 6 (1954)
  19. Maryland Signing of State Bonds, Amendment 1 (1950)
  20. Maryland Succession of Treasurer, Question 2 (1976)
  21. Maryland Succession of the Governor, Amendment 5 (1940)
  22. Maryland Term Limits for Comptroller and Treasurer, Amendment 3 (1922)


Massachusetts

  1. Massachusetts Eliminating Authority of the Executive Council, Question 5 (1964)
  2. Massachusetts Executive Officials Require Judicial Opinions on Questions of Law, Question 4 (1964)
  3. Massachusetts Governor and Lieutenant Governor on Same Ticket, Question 1 (1966)
  4. Massachusetts Governor’s Time to React to Legislation, Question 1 (1968)
  5. Massachusetts Gubernatorial Disabilities, Question 3 (1968)
  6. Massachusetts Gubernatorial Succession Prior to Inauguration, Question 1 (1950)
  7. Massachusetts Reorganization of Executive Department, Question 2 (1966)
  8. Massachusetts State Budget Deadline, Question 2 (1978)



Minnesota

  1. Minnesota Abolish Office of State Treasurer, Amendment 2 (1998)
  2. Minnesota Appropriation Bill Items, Amendment 5 (1916)
  3. Minnesota Auditor Term Limits, Amendment 1 (1883)
  4. Minnesota Gubernatorial Appointments, Amendment 2 (1954)
  5. Minnesota Joint Election of Governor and Lieutenant Governor, Amendment 3 (1972)
  6. Minnesota Pardoning Power, Amendment 1 (1896)
  7. Minnesota Presentation and Veto of Bills, Amendment 1 (1968)
  8. Minnesota Succession to the Office of the Governor, Amendment 3 (1960)
  9. Minnesota Veto Appropriation Items, Amendment 1 (1876)



Missouri

  1. Missouri Additional Lieutenant Governor Duties, Proposition C (1992)
  2. Missouri Custodian of State Funds, Amendment 6 (August 1986)
  3. Missouri Executive Budget and Item Veto, Issue 3 (1932)
  4. Missouri Governor Order of Succession, Amendment 1 (August 1968)
  5. Missouri Governor Term Limits, Amendment 1 ( August 1965)
  6. Missouri Gubernatorial Budgetary Recommendations, Amendment 10 (2014)
  7. Missouri Issue 2, State Treasurer Succession (1938)
  8. Missouri State Treasurer Duties, Amendment 2 (August 1978)
  9. Missouri State Treasurer Succession, Amendment 1 (August 1970)
  10. Missouri State Treasurer Succession, Issue 2 (1938)


Montana

  1. Montana Executive Department Allocation, Amendment 2 (1970)
  2. Montana Extra Amendments to Reorganize the Executive Department, Amendment 1 (1970)
  3. Montana Gubernatorial Action on Bills, C-26 (1994)
  4. Montana Legislative Poll for Vetoed Bills, C-12 (1982)





New Mexico

  1. New Mexico Public Regulation Commissioner Qualifications Amendment, Constitutional Amendment 2 (2012)


New Jersey

  1. New Jersey Election of Comptroller and Elimination of Auditor Amendment (2014)
  2. New Jersey Gubernatorial Partial Term Excluded from Term Limit Amendment, SCR 118 (2014)




North Dakota

  1. North Dakota Constitutional Revision Referendum, Number 4 (1966)
  2. North Dakota Executive Article Referendum, Amendment 4 (1980)
  3. North Dakota Executive Branch Article, Measure 4 (1996)
  4. North Dakota Executive Branch Article Changes Referendum, Measure 2 (1986)
  5. North Dakota Executive Branch Article Referendum, Measure 2 (1988)
  6. North Dakota Executive Branch Officer Election, Measure 2 (2000)
  7. North Dakota Future Governor and Lieutenant Governor Elections Referendum, Measure 4 (1982)
  8. North Dakota Governor and Lieutenant Governor Office Term Referendum, Measure 1 (1986)
  9. North Dakota Lieutenant Governor Duties, Measure 1 (1996)
  10. North Dakota Lieutenant Governor as Presiding Officer, Measure 1 (1990)
  11. North Dakota State Auditor in Legislative Branch, Measure 4 (1990)
  12. North Dakota State Government Reorganization, Measure 1 (1989)
  13. North Dakota State Treasurer Not Elected, Measure 3 (2000)
  14. North Dakota State Treasurer Removal Referendum, Measure 1 (1984)
  15. North Dakota Tax Commissioner on Party Ballot Referendum, Measure 2 (1986)


Ohio

  1. Ohio Appointments Require Senate Approval, Issue 4 (1961)
  2. Ohio Criminal Sentences Amendment, Issue 1 (1995)
  3. Ohio Governor Veto Power Limits, Amendment 8 (September 1912)
  4. Ohio Gubernatorial Term Limits, Issue 1 (1954)
  5. Ohio Gubernatorial Vetoes Amendment (1903)
  6. Ohio Gubernatorial Vetoes Amendment (1908)
  7. Ohio Issue 1, Judicial Vacancies Act (1942)
  8. Ohio Issue 1, Lieutenant Governor Vacancies (1989)
  9. Ohio Issue 3, Membership of the Sinking Fund Commission (1947)
  10. Ohio Issue 4, Statewide Constitutional Officers Term Limits Initiative (1992)
  11. Ohio Issue 5, State Election Board Act (2005)
  12. Ohio No Elections to Fill Vacancies of Less Than One Year, Issue 2 (1969)
  13. Ohio Public Officer Pay Raises, Issue 2 (May 1974)
  14. Ohio Referred Issue 1, Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Ohio (1976)
  15. Ohio Referred Issue 1, Joint Election of Governor and Lieutenant Governor (June 1976)
  16. Ohio Referred Issue 3, Timing of the Declaration of Election Results (1976)
  17. Ohio Short Ballot for State Officers, Proposed Amendment 1 (1913)


Oklahoma

  1. Oklahoma Governor in the Parole Process Amendment, State Question 762 (2012)
  2. Oklahoma State Question 420, Gubernatorial Appointment Authority (1964)


Oregon

  1. Oregon Executive State Cabinet, Measure 2 (1930)
  2. Oregon Extension on Governor's Veto Deadline, Measure 1 (1988)
  3. Oregon Governor May Veto Emergency Bills, Measure 3 (June 1921)
  4. Oregon Governor to Appoint Supreme Court Chief Justice, Measure 5 (May 1982)
  5. Oregon Governor’s Appointees Vacate Deadline, Measure 29 (1996)
  6. Oregon Governor’s Time for Postsession Veto or Approval, Measure 2 (1982)
  7. Oregon Gubernatorial Line of Succession, Measure 8 (1972)
  8. Oregon Lieutenant Governor, Measure 12 (1930)
  9. Oregon Lieutenant Governor, Measure 5 (June 1919)
  10. Oregon Line of Sucession to the Governorship, Measure 5 (May 1920)
  11. Oregon Office of Lieutenant Governor, Measure 2 (1914)
  12. Oregon Office of Lieutenant Governor and Line of Succession, Measure 2 (1912)
  13. Oregon Removal of Term Limits for Secretary of State and Treasurer, Measure 1 (1940)
  14. Oregon Removes Requirement that Secretary of State Live in Salem, Measure 1 (1986)
  15. Oregon Repeal Election of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Measure 1 (1980)
  16. Oregon Repeal of Age Requirements for Gubernatorial Succession, Measure 4 (1974)
  17. Oregon Repeal of Governors' Retirement Fund, Measure 7 (1972)
  18. Oregon Revoke Governor’s Authority to Ban Sexual Orientation Discrimination, Measure 8 (1988)
  19. Oregon Salaries of Executive and Judicial Offices, Measure 3 (1956)
  20. Oregon Senate Authorization of Executive Appointees, Measure 2 (1978)
  21. Oregon Single Item Veto, Measure 1 (1916)
  22. Oregon Succession to the Office of the Governor, Measure 1 (1946)





South Dakota

  1. South Dakota Attorney General's Salary (1904)
  2. South Dakota Attorney General's Salary (1910)
  3. South Dakota Attorney General's Salary Referendum (1908)
  4. South Dakota End Superintendent of Schools Term Limit (1914)
  5. South Dakota Removal of State and Local Officers (1910)
  6. South Dakota Superintendent of Schools Qualifications Referendum (1906)
  7. South Dakota Superintendent of Schools Successive Term Limit (1894)







Washington

  1. Washington Executive Offices Salaries, Amendment to Article III Secs. 14-22 (1920)
  2. Washington Governor Vacancy Limitation, Referendum 35 (1975)
  3. Washington Gubernatorial Succession, Amendment to Article I Sec. 10 (1910)
  4. Washington Gubernatorial Vetoes, SJR 140 (1974)
  5. Washington State Officer Financial Reports, Referendum 36 (1976)



Wisconsin

  1. Wisconsin Appropriation Bill Item Veto Amendment, Question 1 (1930)
  2. Wisconsin Attorney General Term of Office Amendment, Question 4 (April 1967)
  3. Wisconsin Deletion of 1902 Transitional Provision Amendment, Question 5 (1982)
  4. Wisconsin Governor's Salary Amendment, Question 1 (1932)
  5. Wisconsin Governor's Salary Amendment, Question 2 (1926)
  6. Wisconsin Governor Bill Approval Amendment, Question 3 (1908)
  7. Wisconsin Governor Partial Veto Authority Amendment, Question 1 (April 1990)
  8. Wisconsin Governor Salary Amendment, Question 1 (1862)
  9. Wisconsin Governor and Lieutenant Governor Joint Election Amendment, Question 5 (April 1967)
  10. Wisconsin Governor and Lieutenant Governor Salary Amendment, Question 1 (1869)
  11. Wisconsin Governor and Lieutenant Governor Term of Office Amendment, Question 1 (April 1967)
  12. Wisconsin Gubernatorial Succession Amendment, Question 1 (April 1979)
  13. Wisconsin Impeachment Language Amendment, Question 3 (1932)
  14. Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor's Salary Amendment, Question 2 (1932)
  15. Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Vacancy Amendment, Question 2 (April 1979)
  16. Wisconsin Partial Veto, Question 1 (2008)
  17. Wisconsin Secretary of State Term of Office Amendment, Question 2 (April 1967)
  18. Wisconsin State Auditing Amendment, Question 1 (1946)
  19. Wisconsin State Executive Official Terms of Office, Question 3 (April 1951)
  20. Wisconsin State Superintendent Amendment, Question 1 (1888)
  21. Wisconsin State Superintendent Amendment, Question 2 (1902)
  22. Wisconsin State Superintendent Salary Amendment, Question 1 (1896)
  23. Wisconsin State Treasurer Term of Office Amendment, Question 3 (April 1967)


2014

  1. California Nonpartisan Secretary of State Amendment (2014)
  2. Colorado Appointment of Nonpartisan Secretary of State Amendment (2014)
  3. Louisiana Twenty-One Executive Departments Amendment, HB 341 (2014)
  4. Missouri Gubernatorial Budgetary Recommendations, Amendment 10 (2014)
  5. New Jersey Election of Comptroller and Elimination of Auditor Amendment (2014)
  6. New Jersey Gubernatorial Partial Term Excluded from Term Limit Amendment, SCR 118 (2014)



2012

  1. New Mexico Public Regulation Commissioner Qualifications Amendment, Constitutional Amendment 2 (2012)





2008

  1. Wisconsin Partial Veto, Question 1 (2008)




2005

  1. Ohio Issue 5, State Election Board Act (2005)






2000

  1. North Dakota Executive Branch Officer Election, Measure 2 (2000)
  2. North Dakota State Treasurer Not Elected, Measure 3 (2000)



1998

  1. Idaho Compensation for State Executive Officers, SJR 102 (1998)
  2. Minnesota Abolish Office of State Treasurer, Amendment 2 (1998)



1996

  1. Maine Public Campaign Financing, Question 3 (1996)
  2. North Dakota Executive Branch Article, Measure 4 (1996)
  3. North Dakota Lieutenant Governor Duties, Measure 1 (1996)
  4. Oregon Governor’s Appointees Vacate Deadline, Measure 29 (1996)


1995

  1. Maine Gubernatorial Line-Item Budgetary Veto Power, Question 7 (1995)
  2. Ohio Criminal Sentences Amendment, Issue 1 (1995)


1994

  1. Arizona Lieutenant Governor Amendment, Proposition 100 (1994)
  2. Idaho Change State Auditor Title, SJR 109 (1994)
  3. Idaho Residence Requirement in Ada County, HJR 24 (1994)
  4. Montana Gubernatorial Action on Bills, C-26 (1994)



1992

  1. California Proposition 159, Office of an Auditor General (1992)
  2. Missouri Additional Lieutenant Governor Duties, Proposition C (1992)
  3. Ohio Issue 4, Statewide Constitutional Officers Term Limits Initiative (1992)



1990

  1. California Proposition 109, Time Granted to Governor to Review Legislation (1990)
  2. North Dakota Lieutenant Governor as Presiding Officer, Measure 1 (1990)
  3. North Dakota State Auditor in Legislative Branch, Measure 4 (1990)
  4. Wisconsin Governor Partial Veto Authority Amendment, Question 1 (April 1990)


1989

  1. Maine Public Financing of Gubernatorial Campaigns, Question 1 (1989)
  2. North Dakota State Government Reorganization, Measure 1 (1989)
  3. Ohio Issue 1, Lieutenant Governor Vacancies (1989)


1988

  1. California Proposition 89, Governor's Parole Review (1988)
  2. North Dakota Executive Branch Article Referendum, Measure 2 (1988)
  3. Oregon Extension on Governor's Veto Deadline, Measure 1 (1988)
  4. Oregon Revoke Governor’s Authority to Ban Sexual Orientation Discrimination, Measure 8 (1988)



1986

  1. California Proposition 57, Retirement Benefits for Elected State Constitutional Officers (1986)
  2. Florida Statewide Prosecutor Appointment, Amendment 1 (1986)
  3. Missouri Custodian of State Funds, Amendment 6 (August 1986)
  4. North Dakota Executive Branch Article Changes Referendum, Measure 2 (1986)
  5. North Dakota Governor and Lieutenant Governor Office Term Referendum, Measure 1 (1986)
  6. North Dakota Tax Commissioner on Party Ballot Referendum, Measure 2 (1986)
  7. Oregon Removes Requirement that Secretary of State Live in Salem, Measure 1 (1986)



1984

  1. Arkansas Term Limits for State Constitutional Officers, Proposed Amendment 64 (1984)
  2. Colorado Insurance Commissioner Amendment, Referendum 1 (1984)
  3. Connecticut Executive Officers Succession Procedures, Question 2 (1984)
  4. North Dakota State Treasurer Removal Referendum, Measure 1 (1984)



1982

  1. California Proposition 2, Role of Lieutenant Governor as President of State Senate (June 1982)
  2. Montana Legislative Poll for Vetoed Bills, C-12 (1982)
  3. North Dakota Future Governor and Lieutenant Governor Elections Referendum, Measure 4 (1982)
  4. Oregon Governor to Appoint Supreme Court Chief Justice, Measure 5 (May 1982)
  5. Oregon Governor’s Time for Postsession Veto or Approval, Measure 2 (1982)
  6. Wisconsin Deletion of 1902 Transitional Provision Amendment, Question 5 (1982)



1980

  1. North Dakota Executive Article Referendum, Amendment 4 (1980)
  2. Oregon Repeal Election of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Measure 1 (1980)


1979

  1. Wisconsin Gubernatorial Succession Amendment, Question 1 (April 1979)
  2. Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Vacancy Amendment, Question 2 (April 1979)


1978

  1. Florida Executive Cabinet, Amendment 4 (1978)
  2. Massachusetts State Budget Deadline, Question 2 (1978)
  3. Missouri State Treasurer Duties, Amendment 2 (August 1978)
  4. Oregon Senate Authorization of Executive Appointees, Measure 2 (1978)



1976

  1. California Proposition 6 (1976)
  2. California Proposition 9 (1976)
  3. Colorado Department Head Exempted from Personnel System, Measure 4 (1976)
  4. Florida State Executive Regulation Nullification by Legislature, Amendment 7 (1976)
  5. Maine Time Frame for Gubernatorial Action on Legislation Referendum (1976)
  6. Maryland Authority of the Attorney General, Question 9 (1976)
  7. Maryland Salaries for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, Question 7 (1976)
  8. Maryland Succession of Treasurer, Question 2 (1976)
  9. Ohio Referred Issue 1, Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Ohio (1976)
  10. Ohio Referred Issue 1, Joint Election of Governor and Lieutenant Governor (June 1976)
  11. Ohio Referred Issue 3, Timing of the Declaration of Election Results (1976)
  12. Washington State Officer Financial Reports, Referendum 36 (1976)


1975

  1. Maine Abolition of Executive Council and Notary Public, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 4 (1975)
  2. Maine Gubernatorial Incapacity, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 3 (1975)
  3. Washington Governor Vacancy Limitation, Referendum 35 (1975)


1974

  1. Colorado Functions of Executive and Legislative Departments, Measure 6 (1974)
  2. Colorado Reports by Treasurer, Measure 3 (1974)
  3. Ohio Public Officer Pay Raises, Issue 2 (May 1974)
  4. Oregon Repeal of Age Requirements for Gubernatorial Succession, Measure 4 (1974)
  5. Washington Gubernatorial Vetoes, SJR 140 (1974)


1973

  1. Maine Legislative Adjournment and Gubernatorial Approval, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2 (1973)


1972

  1. California Proposition 5, Appointments to the University of California Board of Regents (June 1972)
  2. Idaho Eliminate Land Board, SJR 101 (1972)
  3. Idaho Executive Branch Re-organization, SJR 132 (1972)
  4. Idaho Governor and Lt. Governor Political Party, HJR 52 (1972)
  5. Minnesota Joint Election of Governor and Lieutenant Governor, Amendment 3 (1972)
  6. Oregon Gubernatorial Line of Succession, Measure 8 (1972)
  7. Oregon Repeal of Governors' Retirement Fund, Measure 7 (1972)


1971

  1. Maine Gubernatorial Term Continuation, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2 (1971)


1970

  1. Alaska Lieutenant Governor/Secretary of State, Amendment 3 (August 1970)
  2. California Proposition 2, Vacancies in Statewide Executive Offices (1970)
  3. California Proposition 8, Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction (1970)
  4. Connecticut Attorney General Election, Question 1 (1970)
  5. Maryland Executive Official Provisions, Question 1 (1970)
  6. Maryland Reorganization of the Executive Branch, Question 7 (1970)
  7. Missouri State Treasurer Succession, Amendment 1 (August 1970)
  8. Montana Executive Department Allocation, Amendment 2 (1970)
  9. Montana Extra Amendments to Reorganize the Executive Department, Amendment 1 (1970)


1969

  1. Ohio No Elections to Fill Vacancies of Less Than One Year, Issue 2 (1969)


1968

  1. California Proposition 1, Superintendent of Public Instruction (1968)
  2. Idaho Removal of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, SJR 5 (1968)
  3. Idaho Replacements for Executive Office Vacancies, HJR 4 (1968)
  4. Massachusetts Governor’s Time to React to Legislation, Question 1 (1968)
  5. Massachusetts Gubernatorial Disabilities, Question 3 (1968)
  6. Minnesota Presentation and Veto of Bills, Amendment 1 (1968)
  7. Missouri Governor Order of Succession, Amendment 1 (August 1968)


1967

  1. Wisconsin Attorney General Term of Office Amendment, Question 4 (April 1967)
  2. Wisconsin Governor and Lieutenant Governor Joint Election Amendment, Question 5 (April 1967)
  3. Wisconsin Governor and Lieutenant Governor Term of Office Amendment, Question 1 (April 1967)
  4. Wisconsin Secretary of State Term of Office Amendment, Question 2 (April 1967)
  5. Wisconsin State Treasurer Term of Office Amendment, Question 3 (April 1967)


1966

  1. California Proposition 1A, the "Constitutional Revision Amendment" (1966)
  2. Colorado Limits on Number of Executive Departments, Measure 1 (1966)
  3. Maryland Annual Salary for the Governor, Amendment 3 (1966)
  4. Maryland Salary of the State Treasurer, Amendment 14 (1966)
  5. Massachusetts Governor and Lieutenant Governor on Same Ticket, Question 1 (1966)
  6. Massachusetts Reorganization of Executive Department, Question 2 (1966)
  7. North Dakota Constitutional Revision Referendum, Number 4 (1966)


1965

  1. Missouri Governor Term Limits, Amendment 1 ( August 1965)


1964

  1. Florida Duties of Commissioner of Agriculture, Amendment 8 (1964)
  2. Maine Determining Election of Governor, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 7 (1964)
  3. Maine Elimination of Pardon Communication, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 1 (1964)
  4. Maine Governor Commander in Chief Authority, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 6 (1964)
  5. Maine Gubernatorial Vacancy Filling, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 8 (1964)
  6. Maine State Legislator Oaths in Absence of Governor, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2 (1964)
  7. Maryland Executive and Legislative Department Changes, Amendment 4 (1964)
  8. Massachusetts Eliminating Authority of the Executive Council, Question 5 (1964)
  9. Massachusetts Executive Officials Require Judicial Opinions on Questions of Law, Question 4 (1964)
  10. Oklahoma State Question 420, Gubernatorial Appointment Authority (1964)


1963

  1. Florida Governor and Cabinet Election Years, Amendment 1 (1963)


1962

  1. Connecticut Election Procedure for the Governor and Lieutenant Governor, Question 3 (1962)
  2. Florida Division of Powers, Amendment 9 (1962)


1961

  1. Ohio Appointments Require Senate Approval, Issue 4 (1961)


1960

  1. Colorado Governor's Appointees Exempt from Civil Service, Measure 7 (1960)
  2. Minnesota Succession to the Office of the Governor, Amendment 3 (1960)



1958

  1. California Proposition 13, Appointment of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (1958)


1957

  1. Maine Gubernatorial Term Length and Limits, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 3 (1957)


1956

  1. Colorado Four-Year Terms for State Officials, Measure 1 (1956)
  2. Idaho Governor Succession, SJR 6 (1956)
  3. Oregon Salaries of Executive and Judicial Offices, Measure 3 (1956)


1955

  1. Maine Governor Citizenship Qualifications, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2 (1955)
  2. Maine Gubernatorial Pardon Power for Juvenile Delinquency, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 1 (1955)


1954

  1. Florida Gubernatorial Vetoes, Amendment 4 (1954)
  2. Maryland Governor Annual Salary, Amendment 2 (1954)
  3. Maryland Secretary of State Salary, Amendment 6 (1954)
  4. Minnesota Gubernatorial Appointments, Amendment 2 (1954)
  5. Ohio Gubernatorial Term Limits, Issue 1 (1954)



1952

  1. California Proposition 12, Military Service by Public Officials (1952)


1951

  1. Maine Repeal Treasurer Term Limit, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 1 (1951)
  2. Wisconsin State Executive Official Terms of Office, Question 3 (April 1951)


1950

  1. Arizona Election of State Board of Education, Proposition 3 (1950)
  2. Arizona Four Year Terms for Executive Officials, Proposition 3 (September 1950)
  3. Arizona Governor Calls for Special Legislative Sessions, Proposition 2 (September 1950)
  4. Maryland Signing of State Bonds, Amendment 1 (1950)
  5. Massachusetts Gubernatorial Succession Prior to Inauguration, Question 1 (1950)


1949

  1. California Proposition 11, State Constitutional Provisions About State Officers, Legislators and Judges (1949)


1948

  1. California Proposition 9, Gubernatorial Succession (1948)
  2. Connecticut Election Procedure for State Executive Officials, Question 2 (1948)
  3. Idaho Qualifications of State Officers, SJR 6 (1948)
  4. Maryland Governor Succession, Amendment 4 (1948)


1947

  1. Ohio Issue 3, Membership of the Sinking Fund Commission (1947)


1946

  1. California Proposition 10, Salary of the Governor (1946)
  2. California Proposition 14, Assumption of Powers in Event of Gubernatorial Disability (1946)
  3. California Proposition 9, State Superintendents of Public Instruction (1946)
  4. Florida Director of the Budget, Amendment 4 (1946)
  5. Idaho Creation of a Pardoning Board, SJR 3 (1946)
  6. Maryland Chief Judge Vacancies, Amendment 4 (1946)
  7. Oregon Succession to the Office of the Governor, Measure 1 (1946)
  8. Wisconsin State Auditing Amendment, Question 1 (1946)



1944

  1. California Proposition 3, Salaries of Statewide Executive Officials (1944)
  2. Idaho Abolish State Board of Prison Commissioners, HJR 3 (1944)
  3. Idaho Governor Pardoning Power, HJR 4 (1944)
  4. Idaho Term Limits for State Officers, SJR 1 (1944)



1942

  1. California Proposition 17, State Treasurer Trustee of Certain State Moneys (1942)
  2. California Proposition 18, Membership of Reapportionment Commission (1942)
  3. California Proposition 9, Salaries of Some State Officers May Be Changed During Term of Office (1942)
  4. Idaho Abolish State Board of Prison Commissioners, SJR 6 (1942)
  5. Idaho Governor Pardoning Power, SJR 7 (1942)
  6. Ohio Issue 1, Judicial Vacancies Act (1942)



1940

  1. California Proposition 16, Annual Sixty-Day Legislative Sessions (1940)
  2. California Proposition 4, Election Returns for Governor and Lieutenant Governor (1940)
  3. Maryland Succession of the Governor, Amendment 5 (1940)
  4. Oregon Removal of Term Limits for Secretary of State and Treasurer, Measure 1 (1940)



1938

  1. Arizona Non-Elected State Officers Appointed by Governor, Proposition 3 (1938)
  2. California Proposition 18, State Funds Held in Trust by State Treasurer (1938)
  3. Missouri Issue 2, State Treasurer Succession (1938)
  4. Missouri State Treasurer Succession, Issue 2 (1938)



1936

  1. Maryland Fill Vacancies in the General Assembly, Amendment 2 (1936)



1934

  1. California Proposition 11, Abolish Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (1934)
  2. California Proposition 4, Role of State Attorney General (1934)
  3. Colorado Centralized Authority of the Governor, Measure 1 (1934)



1932

  1. Arkansas Legislative Sessions and State Official Term Limits, Amendment 4 (1932)
  2. California Proposition 8, Ballot Titles and Summaries for Initiatives (1932)
  3. Missouri Executive Budget and Item Veto, Issue 3 (1932)
  4. Wisconsin Governor's Salary Amendment, Question 1 (1932)
  5. Wisconsin Impeachment Language Amendment, Question 3 (1932)
  6. Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor's Salary Amendment, Question 2 (1932)



1930

  1. California Proposition 20, Governor's Council (1930)
  2. California Proposition 3, Compensation of State Executive Officers (1930)
  3. Oregon Executive State Cabinet, Measure 2 (1930)
  4. Oregon Lieutenant Governor, Measure 12 (1930)
  5. Wisconsin Appropriation Bill Item Veto Amendment, Question 1 (1930)



1928

  1. Idaho Four Year Terms for State Officers, HJR 8 (1928)
  2. Idaho Monthly Salaries for State Officers, HJR 3 (1928)



1926

  1. California Proposition 20, Redistricting Commission (1926)
  2. California Proposition 5, Salaries of State Executive Officers (1926)
  3. Wisconsin Governor's Salary Amendment, Question 2 (1926)





1922

  1. California Proposition 12, State Budget Deadlines (1922)
  2. Maryland Term Limits for Comptroller and Treasurer, Amendment 3 (1922)


1921

  1. Oregon Governor May Veto Emergency Bills, Measure 3 (June 1921)


1920

  1. Oregon Line of Sucession to the Governorship, Measure 5 (May 1920)
  2. Washington Executive Offices Salaries, Amendment to Article III Secs. 14-22 (1920)


1919

  1. Oregon Lieutenant Governor, Measure 5 (June 1919)




1916

  1. Minnesota Appropriation Bill Items, Amendment 5 (1916)
  2. Oregon Single Item Veto, Measure 1 (1916)



1914

  1. Arizona Initiative and Referendum Protection Amendment, Questions 108 and 109 (1914)
  2. Arizona Pardons Referendum, Questions 300 and 301 (1914)
  3. Idaho Extending Terms of State Officers, SJR 4 (1914)
  4. Oregon Office of Lieutenant Governor, Measure 2 (1914)
  5. South Dakota End Superintendent of Schools Term Limit (1914)


1913

  1. Ohio Short Ballot for State Officers, Proposed Amendment 1 (1913)


1912

  1. Ohio Governor Veto Power Limits, Amendment 8 (September 1912)
  2. Oregon Office of Lieutenant Governor and Line of Succession, Measure 2 (1912)



1910

  1. Idaho Make State Auditor Member of State Board of Land Commissioners, HJR 15 (1910)
  2. South Dakota Attorney General's Salary (1910)
  3. South Dakota Removal of State and Local Officers (1910)
  4. Washington Gubernatorial Succession, Amendment to Article I Sec. 10 (1910)



1908

  1. Ohio Gubernatorial Vetoes Amendment (1908)
  2. South Dakota Attorney General's Salary Referendum (1908)
  3. Wisconsin Governor Bill Approval Amendment, Question 3 (1908)



1906

  1. South Dakota Superintendent of Schools Qualifications Referendum (1906)



1904

  1. South Dakota Attorney General's Salary (1904)


1903

  1. Ohio Gubernatorial Vetoes Amendment (1903)


1902

  1. Wisconsin State Superintendent Amendment, Question 2 (1902)



1900

  1. Idaho Powers of the State Board of Land Commissioners, SJR 12 (1900)


Before 1900

  1. Florida Pardons, Amendment 3 (October 1896)
  2. Maryland Amend Article 2, Section 17 of the Constitution, Amendment 1 (1890)
  3. Maryland Appointment of Officials, Amendment 3 (1817)
  4. Maryland Attorney General Duties, Amendment 4 (1816)
  5. Maryland Office of the Governor, Amendment 1 (June 1809)
  6. Maryland Replacement of Senators, Amendment 1 (1840)
  7. Maryland Return of Election for Governor, Amendment 1 (1846)
  8. Minnesota Auditor Term Limits, Amendment 1 (1883)
  9. Minnesota Pardoning Power, Amendment 1 (1896)
  10. Minnesota Veto Appropriation Items, Amendment 1 (1876)
  11. South Dakota Superintendent of Schools Successive Term Limit (1894)
  12. Wisconsin Governor Salary Amendment, Question 1 (1862)
  13. Wisconsin Governor and Lieutenant Governor Salary Amendment, Question 1 (1869)
  14. Wisconsin State Superintendent Amendment, Question 1 (1888)
  15. Wisconsin State Superintendent Salary Amendment, Question 1 (1896)


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