Missouri 2004 ballot measures
- Two measures were approved, while one was defeated.
- Two measures on the ballot were initiated state statutes. One was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment.
On the ballot
|Amendment 1||Gambling||Authorizes floating gambling facilities, other provisions|
|Amendment 2||Marriage||Amends constitution to recognize a marriage as valid only between a man and a woman|
|Amendment 3||Transportation||Requires that all revenues from the existing motor vehicle fuel tax be used only for specific purposes|
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Jefferson City (capital)
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