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{{vtbm}}{{tnr}}'''Vermont ballot measures''' come in the form of {{lrcafull}}s, which are [[constitutional amendment| constitutional amendments]] that appear on a state's [[ballot]] as [[ballot measure| ballot measures]] because the [[state legislature]] in that state voted to put them before the voters.  
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{{vtlist}}{{tnr}}'''Vermont ballot measures''' come in the form of {{lrcafull}}s, which are [[constitutional amendment| constitutional amendments]] that appear on a state's [[ballot]] as [[ballot measure| ballot measures]] because the [[state legislature]] in that state voted to put them before the voters.  
  
 
From 1785-1976, Vermont voters were also able to vote on {{lrssfull}}s.
 
From 1785-1976, Vermont voters were also able to vote on {{lrssfull}}s.

Revision as of 15:51, 14 February 2011

Vermont
LawsHistory
List of measures
Vermont ballot measures come in the form of legislatively-referred constitutional amendments, which are constitutional amendments that appear on a state's ballot as ballot measures because the state legislature in that state voted to put them before the voters.

From 1785-1976, Vermont voters were also able to vote on legislatively-referred state statutes.

2000-2010

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1990-1999

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1980-1989

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1970-1979

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1976

1960-1969

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1969

1950-1959

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1940-1949

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1930-1939

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1920-1929

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1910-1919

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1900-1909

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1785-1899

Approveda Vermont Oath of Office Amendment (1884)
Approveda Vermont Manner of Electing the Vermont Secretary of State (1884)

See also

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