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Missouri 1992 ballot measures
Revision as of 13:17, 29 September 2008 by Ginger
In 1992, Missouri saw 14 measure appear on the primary and general election ballot overall. Six of the measures were passed. Only two citizen initiated measures made the ballot, and appeared during the general election.
In the table below:
- LCA stands for Legislatively-referred constitutional amendment
- ICA stands for citizen initiated constitutional amendment
1992 Primary Election
|LCA||Amendment 5||Government Indebtness||Allow certain political subdivisions to increase bonded indebtedness to retrofit buildings against earthquakes||Failed|
|LCA||Amendment 7||Taxes||Schools, city and county governments may adopt property tax increase by simple majority||Failed|
|LCA||Amendment 8||Fuel tax||Increases motor fuel tax and increase local share||Passed|
|LCA||Amendment 9||Commercial property||Limit commercial property surcharge levies||Failed|
1992 General Election
|LCA||Amendment 1||Election reform||Amends the percentage of popular vote necessary for tax increases||Failed|
|LCA||Amendment 2||Transportation taxes||Allows construction of toll roads and bridges||Failed|
|LCA||Amendment 3||Gambling||Allows simulcasting of horse racing, permits off track wagering||Failed|
|LCA||Amendment 4||Criminal justice||Enacts "crime victims' bill of rights"||Passed|
|LCA||Amendment 6||State budget||Creates budget stabilization fund||Failed|
|LCA||Amendment 10||Election reform||Reduces the majority needed to pass bond issues to four-sevenths in the city of St. Louis at all elections||Failed|
|ICA||Amendment 12||Term limits||Enacts term limits on Congress||Passed|
|ICA||Amendment 13||Term limits||Enacts term limits on state legislature||Passed|
|LSS||Proposition A||Gambling||Authorizes riverboat gambling excursions on the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, regulated by the State Tourism Commission||Passed|
|LSS||Proposition C||Local government||Assigns additional duties to Lieutenant Governor. Establishes office of advocacy and assistance for elderly.||Passed|