North Dakota 1936 ballot measures
- Five of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Four of the measures were legislatively-referred state statutes.
- Three of the measures were initiated state statutes.
- One measure was approved and eleven were defeated.
On the ballot
|Referendum||Property||Deals with the assessment of property values||
|Referendum||Elections||Deals with the election terms of county officials||
|Referendum||Admin of Gov't||Deals with sales or rentals of state lands designated for school or university use||
|Referendum||Admin of Gov't||Deals with the sales of school and public lands||
|Referendum||Direct Democracy||Increases initiative and referendum signature requirements to 20,000||
|LRSS||Referendum||Taxes||Keeps a 1935 income tax measure||
|LRSS||Referendum||Business||Regulates livestock packing plant practices||
|LRSS||Referendum||Local Gov't||Delineates jurisdictions of police magistrates and city justices||
|LRSS||Referendum||Alcohol||Grants more municipal control regarding liquor sales||
|CISS||Initiative||Elections||Abolishes the use of absent voters ballots||
|CISS||Initiative||Elections||Makes it it unlawful to expend federal funds in the state for political purposes||
|CISS||Initiative||Alcohol||Legalizes the sale of liquor and allocating the tax and license revenue for apportionment to Counties to reduce real estate taxes||
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