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'''Missouri Issue 2''' was a measure to establish campaign finance regulations. It passed.
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The '''Missouri Campaign Contribution Limits Proposition''', also known as '''Proposition A''', was an {{issfull}} on the [[1994 ballot measures#Missouri|November 8, 1994 ballot]] in [[Missouri]], where it was '''approved'''.
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==Election results==
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|title= Proposition A
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|yes= 1,186,113
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|yespct= 73.9
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|no= 418,630
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Official results via: [http://cdm.sos.mo.gov/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/statepub&CISOPTR=95089&REC=18 1995-1996 Official Manual State of Missouri ("Blue Book")] (p.560)
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==Text of measure==
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The question asked on the ballot was:
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:Shall a law be enacted to limit campaign contributions to persons or committees by persons or committees per election cycle to $100 and $200 depending on the population of the political district and to $300 for statewide candidates; require disclosure by contributors of employer or occupation when contributing in excess of $25 per person; within 90 days of the election to fill the office, require contributions, in excess of expenses, that are 10 times the maximum amount allowed be returned to the contributors or remitted to Missouri Ethics Commission; establish a commission on fair elections; allow persons to file complaints alleging violations of the contribution limit?  The administrative impact of this proposal would largely duplicate that of recently passed legislation.<ref>[http://cdm.sos.mo.gov/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/statepub&CISOPTR=95089&REC=18 1995-1996 Official Manual State of Missouri ("Blue Book")] (p.560)</ref>
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==See also==
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* [[1994 ballot measures]]
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* [[Missouri 1994 ballot measures]]
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* [[List of Missouri ballot measures]]
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==External links==
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* [http://cdm.sos.mo.gov/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/statepub&CISOPTR=95089&REC=18 1995-1996 Official Manual State of Missouri ("Blue Book")]
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Revision as of 12:34, 20 April 2012

The Missouri Campaign Contribution Limits Proposition, also known as Proposition A, was an initiated state statute on the November 8, 1994 ballot in Missouri, where it was approved.

Election results

Proposition A
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 1,186,113 73.9%
No418,63026.1%

Official results via: 1995-1996 Official Manual State of Missouri ("Blue Book") (p.560)

Text of measure

The question asked on the ballot was:

Shall a law be enacted to limit campaign contributions to persons or committees by persons or committees per election cycle to $100 and $200 depending on the population of the political district and to $300 for statewide candidates; require disclosure by contributors of employer or occupation when contributing in excess of $25 per person; within 90 days of the election to fill the office, require contributions, in excess of expenses, that are 10 times the maximum amount allowed be returned to the contributors or remitted to Missouri Ethics Commission; establish a commission on fair elections; allow persons to file complaints alleging violations of the contribution limit? The administrative impact of this proposal would largely duplicate that of recently passed legislation.[1]

See also

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