Texas 1949 ballot measures
- All ten of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Two of the measures were approved.
- Eight of the measures were defeated.
On the ballot
|Proposition 1||Civil service||Provides civil service in counties upon voter approval|
|Proposition 2||Legislature||Provided for annual legislative sessions and salaries|
|Proposition 3||Admin of gov't||Establishes hospital districts|
|Proposition 4||Elections||Repeals the poll tax and requires voter registration|
|Proposition 5||Local gov't||Creates city and county health departments|
|Proposition 6||Pension||Provides a statewide system of retirement and disability pensions for county officials and employees|
|Proposition 7||Judiciary||Provides that district courts conduct proceedings at the county seat|
|Proposition 8||Admin of gov't||Creates rural fire prevention districts|
|Proposition 9||Trials||Provides for trials without a jury in lunacy cases|
|Proposition 10||Trials||Qualifies women as jurors|