Missouri 2002 ballot measures
- Two legislatively-referred state statutes were voted on during the primary election. Both measures failed.
- Six total measures appeared on the general November election. Three were approved, while three were defeated.
- One measure, a proposal to hold a constitutional convention, was an automatic ballot referral. The question is put to voters every 20 years.
On the ballot
|LRSS||Proposition A||Taxes||Establishes a fee of up to fifty cents per month on wireless phones for enhanced 911 service|
|LRSS||Proposition B||Taxes||Imposes additional sales and use taxes of one-half cent on the dollar|
|Amendment 1||Local Gov't||Allows citizens of the City of St. Louis to amend or revise their present charter|
|Amendment 2||Labor||Permits specified firefighters and ambulance personnel to organize and bargain collectively in good faith|
|Amendment 3||Term limits||Excludes service of less than one-half of a legislative term|
|Amendment 4||Bonds||Authorizes joint projects, bonded indebtedness by joint boards or commissions|
|ABR||Constitutional Convention||ConCon||Calls for a Constitutional convention|
|CISS||Proposition A||Tobacco||Imposes an additional tax of 2.75 cents per cigarette|
- Missouri Secretary of State 2002 ballot measure descriptions
- Primary election results
- General election results
- St. Louis home rule, term limits, power plant all pass
- Voter Guide to the 2002 Missouri ballot propositions
State of Missouri
Jefferson City (capital)
|State executive officers||
Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Attorney General | Secretary of State | Treasurer | State Auditor | Commissioner of Education | Director of Insurance | Director of Agriculture | Director of Natural Resources | Director of Labor & Industrial Relations | Chairman of Public Service Commission |