Montana 1992 ballot measures
- Two measures were on the June 2 primary election.
- Five measures were on the November 3 general election.
- Three measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Two measures were initiated constitutional amendments.
- Two measures were legislatively-referred state statutes
- Four were defeated while Three were approved.
On the ballot
|LRSS||LR-109||Taxes||Impose a levy on two mills to fund vocational and technical education.|
|LRSS||LR-110||Public finance||Create a 20-year fund from within the Coal Severance Tax Trust Fund to help finance local infrastructure projects.|
|C-22||Judiciary||Changes how Montana's state judges and justices are selected or elected|
|C-23||Admin of gov't||Rules about transfer of public lands at less than full market value|
|C-24||Admin of gov't||At last one member of Board of Regents must be Native American|
|CI-63||Public finance||Coal Severance Tax Trust Fund Principal to be used for local gov't facilities|
|CI-64||Term limits||Term limits|
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