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| [[Alaska Minimum Wage Increase (2014)|Minimum Wage Increase Initiative (AK)]]
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| [[Alaska Minimum Wage Increase (2014)|Minimum Wage Increase Initiative (AK)]], [[New Mexico Candidacy Declarations in Judicial Retention Elections Amendment (2014)|Candidacy Declarations in Judicial Retention Elections Amendment (NM)]]
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| [[New Mexico Urban County Charter Amendment (2014)|Urban County Charter Amendment (NM)]], [[New Mexico Land Grant Fund Investments Amendment (2014)|Land Grant Fund Investments Amendment (NM)]]
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| [[Maine Bear Hunting Ban Initiative (2014)|Bear Hunting Ban Initiative (ME)]]
 
| [[Maine Bear Hunting Ban Initiative (2014)|Bear Hunting Ban Initiative (ME)]]
 
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| [[Ohio Bonds to Fund Public Infrastructure Amendment, Issue 1 (May 2014)|Issue 1 (OH)]]
 
| [[Ohio Bonds to Fund Public Infrastructure Amendment, Issue 1 (May 2014)|Issue 1 (OH)]]
 
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| [[West Virginia Nonprofit Youth Organization Tax Exemption Amendment (2014)|Nonprofit Youth Organization Tax Exemption Amendment (WV)]]
 
| [[West Virginia Nonprofit Youth Organization Tax Exemption Amendment (2014)|Nonprofit Youth Organization Tax Exemption Amendment (WV)]]
 
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| [[Washington Universal Background Checks for Gun Purchases, Initiative 594 (2014)|Initiative 594 (WA)]], [[Washington Gun Rights Measure, Initiative 591 (2014)|Initiative 591 (WA)]]
 
| [[Washington Universal Background Checks for Gun Purchases, Initiative 594 (2014)|Initiative 594 (WA)]], [[Washington Gun Rights Measure, Initiative 591 (2014)|Initiative 591 (WA)]]
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| [[New Mexico Dates for School Elections Amendment (2014)|Dates for School Elections Amendment (NM)]], [[New Mexico Board of Regents Amendment (2014)|Board of Regents Amendment (NM)]]
 
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| [[Idaho Legislative Delegation of Rulemaking Amendment, HJR 2 (2014)|Legislative Delegation of Rulemaking Amendment (ID)]], [[Georgia Income Tax Rate Cap Amendment (2014)|Income Tax Rate Cap Amendment (GA)]]
 
| [[Idaho Legislative Delegation of Rulemaking Amendment, HJR 2 (2014)|Legislative Delegation of Rulemaking Amendment (ID)]], [[Georgia Income Tax Rate Cap Amendment (2014)|Income Tax Rate Cap Amendment (GA)]]
 
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| [[Montana Primary Election Revision Measure, LR-127 (2014)|Primary Election Revision Measure (MT)]] (Removed from ballot by state Supreme Court)
 
| [[Montana Primary Election Revision Measure, LR-127 (2014)|Primary Election Revision Measure (MT)]] (Removed from ballot by state Supreme Court)
 
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| [[Michigan Use Tax and Community Stabilization Share, Public Act 80 (August 2014)| Use Tax and Community Stabilization Share, Public Act 80 (MI)]]
 
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Revision as of 12:30, 3 April 2014

2014 Ballot Measure Scorecard
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Approveda This chart shows on a week-by-week basis the number of ballot measures that have been certified for the 2014 ballot.[1]
Approveda Certified means that it is already legally determined that the ballot measure will be on a statewide ballot.
Approveda Ballot measures listed in the third column were certified in the week leading up to that Tuesday's count.
Warning icon.png At times, court cases are decided that remove certified measures. If that should happen, the change in certification status will be documented here.

Tuesday Total measures certified Added this week Total change
May (2011) 1 Abortion Amend. (TN) +1
October (2011) 2 Rainy Day Fund (CA) +1
2012 4 Water Bond (CA), Insurance Companies Required to Justify Their Rates to the Public Initiative (CA) +2
April 13, (2013) 5 Right to Hunt and Fish Amendment (MS) +1
March 12, (2013) 6 Judicial Selection Amendment (TN) +1
March 19, (2013) 8 Margins Tax Initiative (NV), Constitutional Amendment A (WY) +2
March 26, (2013) 9 Life Begins at Conception Amendment (ND) +1
April 4, (2013) 10 Mandatory Judicial Retirement Age (HI) +1
April 9, (2013) 12 Public Act 408 (MI), State Funding for Private Childhood Education (HI) +2
April 16, (2013) 14 State Auditor Renaming Amendment (MT), Income Tax Amendment (TN) +2
April 23, (2013) 20 Montana Late Voter Registration Revision Measure (MT), Primary Election Revision Measure (MT), Legislative Approval of State Agency Rules Amendment (AR),Elected Officials Ethics, Transparency and Financial Reform Amendment (AR), Ballot Measure Signature Requirements Amendment (AR), Commission of Higher Education Amendment (ND) +6
May 14, (2013) 21 Early Voting Amendment (CT) +1
May 16, (2013) 22 Evidence in Sexual Crimes Against Minors (MO) +1
May 21, (2013) 24 Missouri Right-to-Farm Amendment (MO), State Sovereignty Amendment (AZ) +2
May 28, (2013) 28 Wolf Hunting Referendum (MI), Mining Tax Cap Amendment (NV), Creation of State Appellate Court (NV), American and Alabama Laws for Alabama Courts Amendment (AL) +4
June 11, (2013) 29 Redemption of Blighted Property Amendment (LA) +1
June 18, (2013) 39 Hospital Stabilization Fund Amendment (LA), Medical Assistance Trust Fund Amendment (LA), Artificial Reef Development Fund Protection Amendment (LA), Tax Rebate Debate Amendment (LA), Permanently Disabled Homeowners Tax Break Amendment (LA), Disabled Veterans Homestead Exemption Correction Amendment (LA), Wildlife and Fisheries Commission Membership Amendment (LA), Initiative Filing Deadline Amendment, Measure 1 (ND), Property Transfer Tax Ban Amendment, Measure 2 (ND), Referral and Initiative Reform Amendment, Measure 4 (ND) +10
June 26, (2013) 41 Independent Redistricting Amendment (NY), Electronic Bills Amendment (NY) +2
July 2, (2013) 42 Hiring of State Judges (OR) +1
July 8, (2013) 43 Funding for Post-Secondary Education (OR) +1
July 18, (2013) 44 Criminal Defendant Trial Procedure (NC) +1
August 12, (2013) 45 Transportation Funding Amendment (TX) +1
September 3, (2013) 46 Oil Tax Cuts Referendum (AK) +1
September 20, (2013) 47 Compliance of Local Agencies with Public Records Act (CA) +1
October 4, (2013) 48 Alternative Driver Licenses Referendum (OR) +1
October 10, (2013) 49 Veterans Housing, Homeless Prevention Bond (CA) +1
October 15, (2013) 50 Definition of a Person Amendment (CO) +1
October 29, (2013) 50 Election Law Referendum (AZ) (Repeal enacted by state legislature) -1
November 4, (2013) 52 Increased Minimum Wage Measure (SD), Insurance Provider Measure (SD) +2
November 20, (2013) 53 Referendum to Overturn Indian Gaming Compacts (CA) +1
January 1, (2014) 54 Constitutional Convention Question (RI) +1
January 17, (2014) 55 Water and Land Conservation Initiative (FL) +1
January 27, (2014) 56 Medical Marijuana Initiative (FL) +1
January 29, (2014) 57 Bristol Bay Mining Ban (AK) +1
February 4, (2014) 58 Marijuana Legalization Measure (AK) +1
February 19, (2014) 60 Minimum Wage Increase Initiative (AK), Candidacy Declarations in Judicial Retention Elections Amendment (NM) +2
February 20, (2014) 62 Urban County Charter Amendment (NM), Land Grant Fund Investments Amendment (NM) +2
March 5, (2014) 63 Bear Hunting Ban Initiative (ME) +1
March 6, (2014) 64 Issue 1 (OH) +1
March 7, (2014) 65 Nonprofit Youth Organization Tax Exemption Amendment (WV) +1
March 13, (2014) 67 Initiative 594 (WA), Initiative 591 (WA) +2
March 16, (2014) 69 Dates for School Elections Amendment (NM), Board of Regents Amendment (NM) +2
March 20, (2014) 71 Legislative Delegation of Rulemaking Amendment (ID), Income Tax Rate Cap Amendment (GA) +2
March 24, (2014) 70 Primary Election Revision Measure (MT) (Removed from ballot by state Supreme Court) -1
March 28, (2014) 71 Use Tax and Community Stabilization Share, Public Act 80 (MI) +1

References

  1. If it is discovered in, for example, June that the chart has been missing a measure all year that was legally certified before January 1, the chart will be retroactively updated in each cell to reflect that reality, and the change will be documented on the article's talk page.