Missouri 1914 ballot measures
- Eight of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Four of the measures were veto referendums.
- Three of the measures were initiated constitutional amendments.
- All fifteen measures were defeated.
On the ballot
|Issue 1||Taxes||Restricts the submission and use of single tax measure||
|Issue 2||Gov't Finances||Increases Kansas City debt limit for the purpose of acquiring public utilities||
|Issue 3||Taxes||Provides for state taxes for the construction and maintenance of roads||
|Issue 4||Gov't Salaries||Changes compensation of legislatures from per diem to annual salary||
|Issue 5||Gov't Finances||Increases debt limits for cities with over 100,00 inhabitants for the purpose of constructing subways||
|Issue 6||Taxes||Allows voters to increase tax rates for road purposes||
|Issue 7||Pension||Gives General Assembly option to pay pensions to the blind||
|Issue 8||Local Gov't||Makes amending charters easier for certain cities||
|VR||Issue 9||Business||Mandates minimum number of employees on train crews||
|VR||Issue 10||Alcohol||Gives counties option on alcohol prohibition||
|VR||Issue 11||Local Gov't||Gives the mayor of St. Loius power to appoint excise commissioners||
|VR||Issue 12||Local Gov't||Allows the mayor of St. Louis to appoint police commissioners||
|Issue 13||Suffrage||Gives women equal voting rights||
|Issue 14||Bonds||Issues $50 million in bonds and sells equal amount to fund highways||
|Issue 15||Bonds||Allows voters to vote for taxes and bonds for roads||
- List of Missouri ballot measures
- 1914 ballot measures
- History of Initiative & Referendum in Missouri
- I&R Institute ballot measure database for Missouri
- University of Missouri Institute for Public Policy
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