Alaska 1968 ballot measures
- 2 measures were on the August 27 primary ballot, while 9 were on the November 5 general election ballot.
- 2 questions were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments, 1 was a veto referendum, and 8 were legislatively-referred bond acts.
- The ballot questions included two of the first three amendments to the Alaska Constitution.
- The ballot also included the state's first-ever veto referendum.
On the ballot
|Amendment 1||Judiciary||Establishing a judicial qualification and disciplinary commission||
|Amendment 2||Judiciary||Members of the state's judicial council can be financially compensated||
|VR||Voter Registration||Elections||Shall Alaska's recently enacted system of voter pre-registration be approved?||
|Alaska BP||Proposition 1||Bonds||$2 million for the Southcentral Pioneer's Home||
|Alaska BP||Proposition 2||Bonds||$11.2 million for highway construction||
|Alaska BP||Proposition 3||Bonds||$1.2 million for hospital construction||
|Alaska BP||Proposition 4||Bonds||$8.8 million for airport construction||
|Alaska BP||Proposition 5||Bonds||$10 million for school construction||
|Alaska BP||Proposition 6||Bonds||$8.5 million for the university||
|Alaska BP||Proposition 7||Bonds||$18 million for the Alaskan ferry||
|Alaska BP||Proposition 8||Bonds||$3 million for fish hatcheries||
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- Laws governing the initiative process in Alaska
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