In the last ten years, only three initiatives made Idaho ballot
BOISE, Idaho: Voters in the state of Idaho have seen very little initiatives on their ballot in the past decade, according to Ballotpedia's database of Idaho ballot measures. In the year 2000, there were no initiatives on the ballot for voters to decide. In the year 2002, voters got a chance to vote on one citizen initiative. That year, the measure was Proposition 1, which asked voters to vote on the issue of Indian gaming.
In 2006, voters had a chance to vote on two issues. Proposition 1 was an initiative relating to K-12 public school funding, and Proposition 2 was an initiative relating to eminent domain. However, this year, there were no initiatives that had enough signatures to make the ballot.