Arizona 1914 ballot measures
- Five of the measures were initiated constitutional amendments.
- Four of the measures were veto referendums.
- Ten of the measures were initiated state statutes.
- Nine of the measures were approved and ten were defeated.
On the ballot
|Questions 100 and 101||Alcohol||Prohibits alcohol|
|Questions 103 and 104||Alcohol||Allows for elections regarding prohibition to happen only once every eight years|
|Questions 104 and 105||Transportation||Provides for $5,000,000 in bonds to fund a state highway system|
|Questions 106 and 107||Water||Provides for $5,000,000 in bonds to fund the reclaiming the arid, semi-arid and other lands and to create irrigation and drainage districts|
|Questions 108 and 109||Direct Democracy||Prevents the governor and the legislature from repealing or amending approved initiative and referendum measures|
|VR||Questions 300 and 301||Law Enforcement||Approves laws regarding gubernatorial pardons and a board of pardons and paroles|
|VR||Questions 302 and 303||Transportation||Approves laws regulating the transportation of passengers on railroads|
|VR||Questions 304 and 305||Local Gov't||Approves laws regarding the creation and reformation of counties|
|VR||Questions 306 and 307||Local Gov't||Approves laws regarding the changing of the county seat|
|CISS||Questions 308 and 309||Death Penalty||Abolishes the death penalty|
|CISS||Questions 310 and 311||Taxes||Provides for semi-annual assessment and payment of taxes|
|CISS||Questions 312 and 313||Labor||Prohibits blacklists|
|CISS||Questions 314 and 315||Pension||Provides for old-age and mothers' pension|
|CISS||Questions 316 and 317||Development||Provides for the participation of Arizona in the Panama-California Exposition and Panama-Pacific International Exposition|
|CISS||Questions 318 and 319||Labor||Requires that 80% of employes at companies employing more than five workers be U.S. citizens|
|CISS||Questions 320 and 321||Taxes||Provides for a system allowing property owners to assess their property value for taxation purposes|
|CISS||Questions 322 and 323||Energy||Regulates the erection, use, and maintenance of electric poles, wires, cables, and appliances|
|CISS||Questions 324 and 325||Business||Provides for the development of state resources, prohibits contracting on state construction, establishes a state printing plant, and establishes a state banking system|
|CISS||Questions 326 and 327||Local Gov't||Provides for the creation of Miami County|
State of Arizona
|State executive officers||
Governor | Attorney General | Secretary of State | Treasurer | Superintendent of Public Instruction | Director of Insurance | Director of Agriculture | Commissioner of Lands | Director of Labor | Chairman of Corporation Commission | State Mine Inspector |