Washington 1936 ballot measures
- Four of the measures were Initiatives to the People.
- One of the measures was a legislatively-referred state statute.
- Three of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- One of the measures was approved and seven were defeated.
On the ballot
|ITP||Initiative 101||Civil Service||Establishes a civil service system for the state, counties, cities, schools, public libraries, parks and ports|
|ITP||Initiative 114||Taxes||Limits the tax levy on property for state, county, city, school district and road districts to forty mills and limits the tax levy for public universities to two mills|
|ITP||Initiative 115||Pension||Establishes a system of pensions for the elderly|
|ITP||Initiative 119||Public Works||Creates Production for Use Districts to produce and distribute commodities and employ the unemployed|
|LRSS||Referendum 4||Gov't Finances||Establishes a fund for flood control mechanisms through the issuance of bonds and tax levies|
|SJR 7||Taxes||Establishes uniform taxation policies within the state and empowers the legislature to provide a graduated net income tax and exemptions|
|SJR 20||Gov't Salaries||Compensates state legislators ten dollars per day|
|HJR 10||Energy||Authorizes the state to engage in the production and distribution or electric energy|
State of Washington
|State executive officers||
Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Attorney General | Secretary of State | Treasurer | State Auditor | Superintendent of Public Instruction | Commissioner of Insurance | Director of Agriculture | Commissioner of Public Lands | Director of Labor and Industries | Chairman of Utilities and Transportation |