Montana Organization of State Militia, IR 300-301 (1912)
The Montana Organization of State Militia Measure, also known as Initiative Measure Nos. 300 and 301, was a legislatively-referred state statute on the November 5, 1912 ballot in Montana, where it was defeated.
|Montana IR 300-301 (1912)|
Path to the ballot
- The measure was originally titled House Bill 220.
- Statutory Initiative and Referendum Issues Since Adoption of Constitutional Amendment, Article V, Section I, Permitting the Referendum and Initiative"
- Montana Secretary of State, "Statutory Initiative and Referendum Issues Since Adoption of Constitutional Amendment, Article V, Section I, Permitting the Referendum and Initiative"
- The Anaconda Standard, "Names Now Placed on Voting Machines," November 3, 1912 (P.8)
- The Anaconda Standard, "A Proclamation," August 13, 1912 (P.16)
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