New Mexico 1998 ballot measures
Revision as of 19:46, 3 October 2009 by January
1998 ballot in New Mexico.
- Five were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments. They all passed.
- Five were general obligation bond issues. Three of these passed, and two were defeated.
|Amendment 1||Taxes||Authorize legislature to limit increase in valuation of residential property for property taxation purposes||
|LRCA||Amendment 2||Judicial reform||Add an additional citizen and magistrate as members of the judicial standards commission||
|Amendment 3||Elections||Prohibit second-term county officials from holding additional county offices||
|Amendment 4||Admin of gov't||Prohibit the expenditure of retirement trust funds created for public employees||
|Amendment 5||Taxes||Exemption from property taxation for property that is owned by a veteran who has a permanent disability||
|LR||Question A||Bond Issue||$6.32 million in senior citizen facility improvement and equipment bonds||
|LR||Question B||Bond issue||$72.94 million in public educational capital improvements and acquisition bonds||
|LR||Question C||Bond Issue||$620,000 in land acquisition bonds||
|LR||Question D||Bond Issue||$1.03 million in El Camino Real international heritage center bonds||
|LR||Question E||Bond Issue||$2.26 million in radio communications bonds||
- 1998 New Mexico constitutional amendment election results
- 1998 New Mexico general obligation bond election results
- 1998 ballot questions