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The '''Missouri Campaign Contribution Limits Act''', also known as '''Proposition A''', was on the [[1994 ballot measures#Missouri|November 8, 1994 ballot]] in [[Missouri]] as an {{issfull}}, where it was '''approved'''. The measure enacted a law to limit campaign contributions to persons or committees by persons or committees to $100 and $200 per election cycle, depending on the population of the political district. The measure also limited contributions to $300 for state-candidates and required disclosure by contributors of employer or occupation when contributing more than $25 per person.<ref name=voterguide>[http://ipp.missouri.edu/files/ipp/attachments/19-2010_constitutional_amendments.pdf ''University of Missouri Institute for Public Policy'', "Constitutional Amendments, Statutory Revision and Referenda Submitted to the Voters by the General Assembly or by Initiative Petition, 1910–2010," accessed May 15, 2014]</ref><ref name=CCT>[http://chillicothe.newspaperarchive.com/chillicothe-constitution-tribune/1994-10-27/page-16/?tag=proposition+a&rtserp=tags/?ndt=bd&pd=1&pe=30&pem=10&py=1994&pm=9&pey=1994&pep=proposition-a ''Chillicothe Constitution Tribune'',"Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of Missouri," October 27, 1994]</ref>
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==Election results==
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Election results via: [http://ipp.missouri.edu/files/ipp/attachments/19-2010_constitutional_amendments.pdf University of Missouri Institute for Public Policy]
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==Text of measure==
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The question on the ballot appeared as:<ref name=CCT/>
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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.
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==Similar measures==
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* [[Missouri Campaign Finance and Disclosure, Proposition 1 (1974)]] {{approved}}
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* [[Missouri Public Campaign Financing, Proposition B (2000)]] {{defeated}}
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* [[Missouri 1994 ballot measures]]
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* [[List of Missouri ballot measures]]
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* [[History of Initiative & Referendum in Missouri]]
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* [http://www.iandrinstitute.org/New%20IRI%20Website%20Info/I&R%20Research%20and%20History/I&R%20at%20the%20Statewide%20Level/Usage%20history/Missouri.pdf I&R Institute ballot measure database for Missouri]
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* [http://ipp.missouri.edu/files/ipp/attachments/19-2010_constitutional_amendments.pdf University of Missouri Institute for Public Policy]
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* [http://chillicothe.newspaperarchive.com/chillicothe-constitution-tribune/1994-10-27/page-16/?tag=proposition+a&rtserp=tags/?ndt=bd&pd=1&pe=30&pem=10&py=1994&pm=9&pey=1994&pep=proposition-a ''Chillicothe Constitution Tribune'',"Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of Missouri," October 27, 1994]
  
 
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*[http://www.iandrinstitute.org/New%20IRI%20Website%20Info/I&R%20Research%20and%20History/I&R%20at%20the%20Statewide%20Level/Usage%20history/Missouri.pdf I&R Institute ballot measure database for Missouri]
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The Missouri Campaign Contribution Limits Act, also known as Proposition A, was on the November 8, 1994 ballot in Missouri as an initiated state statute, where it was approved. The measure enacted a law to limit campaign contributions to persons or committees by persons or committees to $100 and $200 per election cycle, depending on the population of the political district. The measure also limited contributions to $300 for state-candidates and required disclosure by contributors of employer or occupation when contributing more than $25 per person.[1][2]

Election results

Missouri Proposition A (1994)
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 1,186,113 73.91%
No418,63026.09%

Election results via: University of Missouri Institute for Public Policy

Text of measure

The question on the ballot appeared as:[2]

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. [3]

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