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{{tnr}}'''Three ballot measures''' were on the August 22 statewide primary ballot in [[Alaska]] in [[1974 ballot measures|1974]].  All three were approved.  Two were initiatives; one was a [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment]] placed on the ballot by the [[Alaska State Legislature]].  The [[constitutional amendment]] was of particular interest, since it moved the time when Alaskan voters would vote on [[Amending state constitutions#Alaska|proposed amendments]] in the future from the statewide primary ballot to the statewide general election ballot.
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==August 22, 1974==
 
==August 22, 1974==
  

Revision as of 18:28, 6 January 2010

1976
1973
Three ballot measures were on the August 22 statewide primary ballot in Alaska in 1974. All three were approved. Two were initiatives; one was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment placed on the ballot by the Alaska State Legislature. The constitutional amendment was of particular interest, since it moved the time when Alaskan voters would vote on proposed amendments in the future from the statewide primary ballot to the statewide general election ballot.

August 22, 1974

Type Title Subject Description Result
IDS New Capitol Admin of gov't Relocating and constructing a new Capital Approveda
IDS Financial disclosure Campaign finance Disclosure of personal finances of candidates and holders of state office Approveda
LRCA Votes on Amendments Elections Sets timing of elections for voting on state constitutional amendments Approveda

November 5, 1974

Additionally, 10 bonding propositions were on the state's November 5, 1974 ballot.

Purpose Amount Result
Fire protection facilities $2,700,000 Approveda
Port facilities $22,500,000 Approveda
Library construction $7,900,000 Approveda
Trunk and Secondary Airport Construction $10,400,000 Approveda
Highway, Ferry and Local Service Road and Trail Construction $37,300,000 Approveda
Health care facilities $10,900,000 Approveda
Fish and Game Management, Development and Enforcement Facilities $10,500,000 Approveda
Pioneer's Home $7,515,000 Approveda
Rural schools $40,477,000 Approveda
University of Alaska $39,523,000 Approveda

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