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California Proposition 2, Laws Regarding the Form of the Ballot (October 1915)

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California Proposition 2, pertaining to the Form of the Ballot, was on the October 26, 1915 ballot in California as a veto referendum, where it was defeated.

The ballot summary was, "Submitted to electors by referendum. Provides for the size, form and manner of printing of ballots to be used at general elections, including gubernatorial and presidential elections, for the determination of the order in which state, district and county offices shall appear thereon, for the preparation of ballot titles for measures submitted to the electors, and for the manner in which such titles, offices and names of candidates therefore, and instructions to voters shall be printed upon such ballots."

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