Illinois 2012 ballot measures
One measure was certified for the 2012 statewide ballot in Illinois.
- This measure was defeated.
- The 2012 state legislative session began on January 11, 2012. There is no limit to how long legislature can be in session. Legislative referrals can be sent to the 2012 ballot during active session.
On the ballot
- See also: 2012 ballot measures
|HJRCA 49||Pension||Requires a three-fifths vote from any governing body to change pension benefits for their public employees.|
Not on ballot
|Advisory||Civil Unions Advisory Question||Marriage||Asks if same-sex marriage and marriage-like rights should be banned|
|"Lincoln Amendment"||Admin of gov't||Would allow the public to enact ethics laws through ballot referendums.|
|Treasurer and Comptroller Amendment||Admin of gov't||Would merge Illinois' treasurer and comptroller offices.|
|"Marsy's Law" Amendment||Law||Would expand and increase the enforcement of crime victims' rights.|
Local ballot measures
- See also: Local ballot measure elections in 2012