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Kentucky Proposed Amendment 3, Appointed Commissioner of Agriculture, State Treasurer, and Secretary of State (1992)

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Kentucky Amendment 3 was on the November 3, 1992 ballot in Kentucky. It was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment and was defeated with 38.81% of votes.

Election results

Amendment 3
Defeatedd No643,70861.19%
Yes 408,234 38.81%

Text on the Ballot

Are you in favor of (1) beginning in 1995, having the Commissioner of Agriculture, State Treasurer, and Secretary of State appointed by the Governor instead of elected, and allowing them to be appointed for successive terms; (2) permitting the General Assembly to require the Senate's consent to the selection of inferior state officers and members of boards and commissions; and (3) beginning in 1995, eliminating the Railroad Commission and the offices of Register of Land Office and Superintendent of Public Instruction as elective offices?

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