Colorado 1914 ballot measures
- Three measures were initiated state statutes.
- Five measures were initiated constitutional amendments.
- Six measures were defeated, while two were approved.
On the ballot
|Issue 1||Elections||Giving people the right to petition for a special election|
|CISS||Issue 2||Law enforcement||Permitting probation in criminal cases for minors and first offenders|
|CISS||Issue 3||Laws||Regarding codification of laws relating to women and children|
|Issue 4||Regulations||Designates newspapers as public utilities|
|Issue 5||Judiciary||Permitting a 3/4 jury verdict and allowing women to serve on juries|
|Issue 6||Alcohol||Mandating statewide prohibition|
|Issue 7||Admin of gov't||Guidelines for conflicting initiatives and bringing back failed initiatives|
|CISS||Issue 8||Transportation||Increased state road fund for highway construction|
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