Texas 1965 ballot measures
- The one measure was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment.
- The one measure was defeated.
- All ten of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Five of the measures were approved.
- Five of the measures were defeated.
On the ballot
|Proposition 1||Legislature||Increases the membership of the state senate|
|Proposition 1||Gov't Finances||Provides a method of payment for improvements at certain state institutions of higher education|
|Proposition 2||Veterans||Increases the Veterans' Land Fund by $200 million|
|Proposition 3||Admin of gov't||Combines the provisions for assistance and medical care for the needy into one section|
|Proposition 4||Term limits||Provides a four year term limit for state executive officials|
|Proposition 5||Pension||Makes changes to the Teacher Retirement System regarding provisions for investments|
|Proposition 6||Education||Authorizes the legislature to provide for loans to students at institutions of higher education|
|Proposition 7||Taxes||Exempts charitable organizations from local ad valorem taxes|
|Proposition 8||Judiciary||Provides for the automatic retirement of district and appellate justices for old age|
|Proposition 9||Gov't salaries||Fixes an annual for the lieutenant governor and allows a fixed per diem for members of the legislature|
|Proposition 10||Term limits||Provides for a four-year term of office for state representatives|