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This is a historical listing of [[Alaska]] ballot [[initiative|initiatives]] in 1974In the table below of [[Alaska]] 1974 ballot propositions, "CIISS" stands for [[Indirect initiated state statute|Citizen-Initiated Indirect State Statute]], "VR" stands for [[Veto referendum]] and "LR" stands for [[Legislative referral]].
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'''Three ballot measures''' were on the 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 proposed amendments in the future from the statewide primary ballot to the statewide general election ballot.
 
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| [[Indirect initiated state statute|IDS]] || [[Alaska Constructing a New Capitol (1974)|New Capitol]] || [[:Category:Administration of government, Alaska|Administration of Government]] || Relocating and constructing a new Capital || Approved, with 56.7%
 
| [[Indirect initiated state statute|IDS]] || [[Alaska Constructing a New Capitol (1974)|New Capitol]] || [[:Category:Administration of government, Alaska|Administration of Government]] || Relocating and constructing a new Capital || Approved, with 56.7%
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| [[Indirect initiated state statute|IDS]] || [[Alaska Financial Disclosure Initiative (1974)|Financial disclosure]] || [[:Category:Campaign finance|Campaign finance]] || Require full disclosure of personal finances of candidates and holders of state office || Approved, with 71.1%
 
| [[Indirect initiated state statute|IDS]] || [[Alaska Financial Disclosure Initiative (1974)|Financial disclosure]] || [[:Category:Campaign finance|Campaign finance]] || Require full disclosure of personal finances of candidates and holders of state office || Approved, with 71.1%
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|  [[Legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LRCA]]  ||[[Alaska Votes on Constitutional Amendments (1974)]] || [[:Category:Elections and campaigns, Alaska|Elections]] || Sets timing of elections for voting on state constitutional amendments || Approved, with 73.3%
 
|  [[Legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LRCA]]  ||[[Alaska Votes on Constitutional Amendments (1974)]] || [[:Category:Elections and campaigns, Alaska|Elections]] || Sets timing of elections for voting on state constitutional amendments || Approved, with 73.3%
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==External links==
 
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*[http://ltgov.state.ak.us/initiatives.php Alaska Elections Website]
 
*[http://ltgov.state.ak.us/initiatives.php Alaska Elections Website]
 
*[http://www.iandrinstitute.org/New%20IRI%20Website%20Info/I&R%20Research%20and%20History/I&R%20at%20the%20Statewide%20Level/Usage%20history/Alaska.pdf I and R Institute, History of Alaska's Initiatives]
 
*[http://www.iandrinstitute.org/New%20IRI%20Website%20Info/I&R%20Research%20and%20History/I&R%20at%20the%20Statewide%20Level/Usage%20history/Alaska.pdf I and R Institute, History of Alaska's Initiatives]
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Revision as of 20:12, 8 December 2008

Three ballot measures were on the 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.

Type Title Subject Description Status
IDS New Capitol Administration of Government Relocating and constructing a new Capital Approved, with 56.7%
IDS Financial disclosure Campaign finance Require full disclosure of personal finances of candidates and holders of state office Approved, with 71.1%
LRCA Alaska Votes on Constitutional Amendments (1974) Elections Sets timing of elections for voting on state constitutional amendments Approved, with 73.3%

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