Wisconsin Treasurer and Secretary of State Amendment (2014)

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The Wisconsin Treasurer and Secretary of State Amendment will not appear on the November 4, 2014 ballot in Wisconsin as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. The measure was not voted on during two consecutive legislative sessions and thereby will not be on the ballot in November 2014.

The proposed measure would have eliminated the offices of the treasurer and secretary of state. According to reports, the Wisconsin Attorney General would have become second in line to the governor.[1][2]

State Rep. Scott Krug started circulating the proposed measure on March 23, 2011 for sponsorships. The bill was originally proposed by Treasurer Kurt Schuller.[2]

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See also: Amending the Wisconsin Constitution

A majority vote in two consecutive sessions of the Wisconsin Legislature is required to qualify the amendment for the ballot. The measure was not voted on during two consecutive legislative sessions and thereby will not be on the ballot in November 2014.

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