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* [[Legislatively-referred constitutional amendment]]s.  These are voted onto the ballot when both houses of the [[Alaska State Legislature]] agree to put them on the ballot by a 2/3rds vote.
 
* [[Legislatively-referred constitutional amendment]]s.  These are voted onto the ballot when both houses of the [[Alaska State Legislature]] agree to put them on the ballot by a 2/3rds vote.
 
* [[:Category:Bond issues, Alaska|Bonding propositions]] placed on the ballot by the state legislature.  The first such measures were on the 1960 ballot.  88 bonding propositions were on Alaska statewide ballots between 1960 and 1984.
 
* [[:Category:Bond issues, Alaska|Bonding propositions]] placed on the ballot by the state legislature.  The first such measures were on the 1960 ballot.  88 bonding propositions were on Alaska statewide ballots between 1960 and 1984.
* [[Veto referendum|Veto referenda]].  When citizens of Alaska disagree with a statute or legislative bill enacted by the state legislature, they can collect signatures to force the issue to a vote.  If enough signatures are collected, the bill is placed on the statewide ballot.  If voters vote "yes," they are agreeing with the bill enacted by the legislature.
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* [[Veto referendum|Veto referenda]].  When citizens of Alaska disagree with a statute or legislative bill enacted by the state legislature, they can collect signatures to force the issue to a vote.  If enough signatures are collected, the bill is placed on the statewide ballot.   
 
* [[Automatic ballot referral]]s.  In Alaska, there is one such question, by law, every ten years--the question of whether to hold a [[constitutional convention]].
 
* [[Automatic ballot referral]]s.  In Alaska, there is one such question, by law, every ten years--the question of whether to hold a [[constitutional convention]].
 
* [[:Category:Alaska advisory questions|Advisory questions]].  The state legislature is allowed to put statewide advisory-only votes on the ballot; often, these advisory votes ask whether the citizenry would like to see a proposed constitutional amendment on the ballot in a future year.
 
* [[:Category:Alaska advisory questions|Advisory questions]].  The state legislature is allowed to put statewide advisory-only votes on the ballot; often, these advisory votes ask whether the citizenry would like to see a proposed constitutional amendment on the ballot in a future year.

Revision as of 07:32, 1 August 2014

Alaska
LawsHistory
List of measures
Alaska ballot measures come in several different varieties. There are:

See also: History of Initiative & Referendum in Alaska.

See also

External links

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