New Mexico 1998 ballot measures

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This table shows all initiatives and referenda that made the ballot in New Mexico for 1998. In the tables below, "CICA" stands for citizen-initiated constitutional amendment, "CSS" for a citizen-initiated state statute, "CR" for a citizen referendum, "LR" for a legislative referral, and "LRCA" for a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment.

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Year Type Initiative Title Subject Matter Description Status
1998 LRCA Amendment 1 Taxes Authorizes the legislature to limit increase in valuation of residential property for property taxation purposes Passed
Yes: 61%
No: 39%
1998 LRCA Amendment 2 Judiciary Adds an additional citizen and magistrate as members of the judicial standards commission Passed
Yes: 52%
No: 48%
1998 LRCA Amendment 3 Elections Prohibits second-term county officials from holding additional county offices Passed
Yes: 68%
No: 32%
1998 LRCA Amendment 4 Financial Services Prohibits the expenditure of retirement trust funds created for public employees Passed
Yes: 77%
No: 23%
1998 LRCA Amendment 5 Taxes Amends the constitution to provide an exemption from property taxation for property that is owned by a veteran who has a permanent disability Passed
Yes: 66%
No: 34%
1998 LR Question A Bond Issue Authorizes the issuance and sale of senior citizen facility improvement and equipment bonds Passed
Yes: 55%
No: 45%
1998 LR Question B Bond issue Authorizes the issuance and sale of public educational capital improvements and acquisition bonds Passed
Yes: 54%
No: 46%
1998 LR Question C Bond Issue Authorizes the issuance and sale of land acquisition bonds Failed
Yes: 48%
No: 52%
1998 LR Question D Bond Issue Authorizes the issuance and sale of El Camino Real international heritage center bonds Failed
Yes: 35%
No: 65%
1998 LR Question E Bond Issue Authorizes the issuance and sale of radio communications bonds Passed
Yes: 60%
No: 40%

External links

New Mexico Secretary of State, Elections