New Mexico 2002 ballot measures
Revision as of 14:44, 12 December 2011 by Tyler King
2002 ballot in New Mexico.
- Nine were proposed constitutional amendments to the New Mexico Constitution.
- Five were general obligation bond questions.
|Amendment 1||Property Taxes||Increase $2,000 property tax exemption for honorably discharged veterans.|
|Amendment 2||Elections||Establish 18 years, rather than 21 years, as the age of eligibility to vote.|
|Amendment 3||Judicial reform||Decrease the number of judicial districts in the state from 13 to 8.|
|Amendment 4||Property Rights||Aliens who are not eligible to become citizens allowed to acquire real property|
|LRCA||Amendment 5||Property Tax||Property tax exemption for certain veterans.|
|LRCA||Amendment 6||Admin of gov't||State and local governments allowed to provide land, buildings or infrastructure to create affordable housing.|
|LRCA||Amendment 7||Admin of gov't||Last Friday in March designated as a legal holiday in honor of Cesar Chavez|
|LRCA||Amendment 8||Admin of gov't||Eligibility requirements for the Vietnam veterans' scholarship program.|
|LRCA||Amendment 9||Admin of gov't||Name of state highway commission changed to state transportation commission.|
|BI||Bond A||Bond issue||Capital expenditures for senior citizen facility improvements and acquisitions projects.|
|BI||Bond B||Bond issue||Bonds for state public educational capital improvements and acquisitions|
|BI||Bond C||Bond issue||$16,080,000 bond issue for public school, higher education and public library acquisitions.|
|BI||Bond D||Bond issue||$6,592,000 bond issue for state facilities and equipment.|
|BI||Bond E||Bond issue||$13,103,000 bond issue for water projects|
- 2002 constitutional amendment election results
- 2002 general obligation bond election results
- New Mexico 2002 Election Profile
- New Mexico 2002 Questions