Louisiana 2014 ballot measures
Eight statewide ballot questions are certified for the 2014 statewide ballot in Louisiana.
- Since 1990, an average of 10 measures have appeared annually on the ballot in Louisiana. Therefore, 2014 is a below average year based on the currently certified measures.
- The number of measures on a state-wide ballot since 1990 have ranged from 4 to 21.
- Since 1990, 116 of 157 or 73.89% of Louisiana ballot measures have been approved by voters.
- Conversely, 41 of 157 or 35.34% of measures have been defeated.
On the ballot
- See also: 2014 ballot measures
|Amendment 1||Healthcare||Gives constitutional protection to the Medical Assistance Trust Fund|
|Amendment 2||Healthcare||Creates a Hospital Stabilization Fund|
|Amendment 3||Taxes||Allows agents of tax collectors to assist in the tax sale process and recover costs from fees charged|
|Amendment 4||Banking||Creates a state infrastructure bank to issue loans to transportation projects|
|Amendment 5||Judiciary||Removes the retirement age requirement from judicial offices|
|Amendment 6||Taxes||Authorizes Orleans Parish to levy an additional ad valorem tax for fire and police protection|
|Amendment 7||Veterans||Makes corrections to language of state's current homestead exemption for disabled veterans|
|Amendment 8||Gov't Finances||Protects Artificial Reef Development Fund from being used for other purposes|
|Amendment 9||Taxes||Deletes requirement that permanently disabled homeowners certify their income annually to keep property tax rate|
|Amendment 10||Property||Provides redemption period for certain property sold at tax sale|
|Amendment 11||Admin of Gov't||Permits upwards of twenty-one state executive departments|
|Amendment 12||Admin of Gov't||Adds members to the state's Wildlife and Fisheries Commission|
|Amendment 13||Property||Authorizes New Orleans to sell property at a price fixed by the legislature in the Lower Ninth Ward|
|Amendment 14||Taxes||Limits when tax rebates can be altered by the legislature|
State of Louisiana
Baton Rouge (capital)
|State executive officers||
Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Attorney General | Secretary of State | State Treasurer | Superintendent of Education | Commissioner of Insurance | Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry | Secretary of Natural Resources | Executive Director of the Workforce Commission | Chairman of Public Service Commission |