Alaska 2002 ballot measures
- 1 measure appeared on the August 27, 2002 primary ballot, while 6 were on the November 5, 2002 general election ballot.
- 4 were approved, while 3 were defeated.
- Wording for 13 citizen initiatives was submitted, but only 4 qualified.
- From 1960 through 2002 (the first year Alaskans voted on an initiative), Alaskans considered a total of 34 statewide initiatives, approving 18 and rejecting 16.
On the ballot
|IndISS||Measure 1||Elections||Enacts preferential voting for state and federal elections|
|Alaska BP||Bonding Proposition A||Bonds||Issues $500 million in bonds for veterans' mortgages|
|Alaska BP||Bonding Proposition B||Bonds||Issues $226,719,500 in bonds for transportation projects|
|Alaska BP||Bonding Proposition C||Bonds||Issues $236,805,441 in bonds for educational and museum facilities|
|ConCon||Measure 1||Con Con||Calls for a constitutional convention|
|IndISS||Measure 2||Legislatures||Moves all sessions of the state legislature to the Matanuska-Susitna Borough|
|IndISS||Measure 3||Natural Resources||Creates the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority|
- 2002 ballot measures
- List of Alaska ballot measures
- Alaska Legislature
- List of ballot measures by state
- Laws governing the initiative process in Alaska
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