Alaska 1980 ballot measures
- One measure was an advisory question.
- Five measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Seven measures were advisory questions.
- Six of the measures were approved and seven were defeated.
On the ballot
|AQ||Statehood Commission Advisory Votes||Statehood||Asks whether the state should study having a different relationship with the United States|
|Proposition 1||Legislature||Empowers the legislature to annul regulations adopted by state agencies|
|Proposition 2||Legislature||Eliminates the prohibition on legislators taking office in a position that received a raise while the individual was in the legislature|
|Proposition 3||Legislature||Permits "the legislature to adopt procedures for establishing interim and special committees by legislative rule"|
|Proposition 4||Legislature||Expands the legislature's "power over the appointment and confirmation of members of state boards and commissions"|
|Proposition 5||Business||Establishes a general stock ownership corporation|
|BI||Bonding Proposition A||Bonds||Issues $7,718,800 in bonds for constructing fishery facilities|
|BI||Bonding Proposition B||Bonds||Issues $33 million in bonds for water supply and sewage system construction|
|BI||Bonding Proposition C||Bonds||Issues $18,787,500 in bonds for state facilities upgrades|
|BI||Bonding Proposition D||Bonds||Issues $28.35 million in bonds for correctional facilities|
|BI||Bonding Proposition E||Bonds||Issues $20 million in bonds for cultural facilities|
|BI||Bonding Proposition F||Bonds||Issues $156,992,700 in bonds for transportation projects|
|BI||Bonding Proposition G||Bonds||Issues $63,651 million in bonds for education, teacher housing, libraries and University of Alaska facilities|
State of Alaska
|State executive officers||
Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Attorney General | Comptroller | Commissioner of the Department of Revenue | Commissioner of Education | Director of Insurance | Director of Agriculture | Commissioner of Natural Resources | Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development | Regulatory Commission |