Virginia 2014 ballot measures
Virginia's 2014 legislative session began on January 8 and ended March 10, 2014. The Virginia Legislature placed one legislatively-referred constitutional amendment addressing taxes on the ballot. One advisory question was proposed and would have been, had it been approved, the first advisory question on the ballot since 1914.
As of 2014, Virginia did not have an initiative and referendum process.
- Between 1996 and 2013, an average of three measures have appeared annually on the ballot in Virginia. Therefore, 2014 was a below-average year, based on the number of certified measures.
- From 1996 to 2014, the number of measures on statewide ballots has ranged from one to five.
- Between 1996 and 2014, 25 of 28, or 89 percent, of Virginia ballot measures have been approved by voters.
- Conversely, three of 28, or 11 percent, of measures have been defeated.
On the ballot
- See also: 2014 ballot measures
|Property Tax Exemption for Surviving Spouses of Armed Forces Amendment||Taxes||Exempts property from taxation for surviving spouses of military personnel killed in action|
Not on the ballot
|AQ||Bipartisan Redistricting Commission Question||Redistricting||Creates a bipartisan advisory commission to propose redistricting plans for state legislative and congressional districts|
|School Division Amendment||School choice||Establishes a statewide school division to oversee charter schools|
|Gubernatorial Term Limits Amendment||Terms limits||Allows the governor to serve two four-year terms in succession or not in succession|
State of Virginia
|State executive officers||
Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Attorney General | Secretary of State | Treasurer | Auditor of Public Accounts | Superintendent of Public Instruction | Commissioner of Insurance | Commissioner of Agriculture | Secretary of Natural Resources | Commissioner of Labor and Industry | Chairman of State Corporation Commission |