South Carolina 1998 ballot measures
- All five measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Four were approved, while one was defeated.
On the ballot
|Amendment 1||Judiciary||Define which felonies and misdemeanors trigger provisions of the Victims' Bill of Rights.||
|Amendment 2||Elections||A candidate for state legislature must be a legal resident of the relevant district at the time of filing to run||
|Amendment 3A||Education||Private funds donated to state supported colleges and universities may be invested in stocks||
|Amendment 3B||State budgets||Counties given financing authority to issue special bonds to pay for redevelopment in designated areas||
|Amendment 4||Judicial reform||Remove the part of the Constitution that makes marriage between whites and blacks illegal||
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