Montana 1912 ballot measures
- One was a legislatively-referred state statute, four were initiated state statute, and one was a legislatively-referred bond question.
- All but one question (the legislatively-referred state statute) were approved.
On the ballot
|LRSS||IR 300-301||War & Peace||Regards the organization of the state militia|
|CISS||I 302-303||Elections||Provides for party nomination by direct vote|
|CISS||I 304-305||Elections||Creates campaign spending limits for public office candidates|
|CISS||I 306-307||Elections||Instructs legislature to vote for U.S. senators based on popular referendum rather than by party|
|CISS||I 308-309||Elections||Provides for direct presidential preference primaries|
|BI||State Bond||Welfare||Issues a bond of $533,000 to buy property for a mental health facility|
- Statutory Initiative and Referendum Issues Since Adoption of Constitutional Amendment, Article V, Section I, Permitting the Referendum and Initiative"
- The Anaconda Standard, "Names Now Placed on Voting Machines," November 3, 1912 (P.8) - Discusses the order of the measures on the ballot.
- I&R Institute History of Montana Initiatives
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