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11/4/2014

California Water Bond

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/4/2014

SJR 127 - Abortion Amendment

YES

Lost 0.00%

9/18/2014

Scottish Independence Referendum

YES

Lost 0.00%

5/18/2014

Swiss Referenda - Raise Minimum Wage to 22 Francs per Hour?

YES

Lost 23.73%

5/18/2014

Swiss Referenda - Lifetime Ban on Convicted Pedophiles Working with Children?

YES

Won 63.51%

4/1/2014

Milwaukee County Referendum - Cut County Supervisor Pay

YES

Won 71.05%

2/9/2014

Swiss Referenda - Sustainable Rail Infrastructure Funding?

YES

Won 62.02%

2/9/2014

Swiss Referenda - Abortion No Longer Funded In Health Insurance?

YES

Lost 30.20%

2/9/2014

Swiss Referenda - Impose Quota on EU Immigration?

YES

Won 50.34%

1/15/2014

Egypt Constitutional Referendum

YES

Won 98.13%

12/1/2013

CRO Referendum: Define Marriage as Man & Woman

YES

Won 66.28%

11/24/2013

Swiss Referenda - Cap Highest-Lowest Employee Salary Ratio at 12:1?

YES

Lost 34.70%

11/24/2013

Swiss Referenda - Tax Credits for Stay-at-Home Parents?

YES

Lost 41.53%

11/24/2013

Swiss Referenda - Increase in Road Tax?

YES

Lost 39.54%

11/5/2013

NJ Public Question 1

YES

Won 81.29%

11/5/2013

NJ Public Question 2

YES

Won 61.26%

10/4/2013

IRL 32nd Amendment of the Constitution

YES

Lost 48.27%

9/22/2013

Swiss Referenda - Abolish Conscription?

YES

Lost 26.84%

9/22/2013

Swiss Referenda - Increase Petrol Station Opening Hours?

YES

Won 55.79%

9/10/2013

Recall CO State Senator Angela Giron?

YES

Won 56.01%

9/10/2013

Recall CO State Senator John Morse?

YES

Won 50.96%

6/9/2013

Swiss Referenda - Direct Election of Federal Council?

YES

Lost 23.66%

3/16/2013

Zimbabwe Constitutional Referendum

YES

Won 94.49%

3/11/2013

Falkland Islands Sovereignty Referendum

YES

Won 99.74%

3/3/2013

Swiss Referenda - Require Gov't to Promote Work-Life Balance?

YES

Won 54.35%

1/20/2013

AUT Referendum - Ending Conscription?

YES

Lost 40.32%

11/6/2012

CA Proposition 35: Human Trafficking

YES

Won 81.35%

11/6/2012

OR 85 - Divert Corporate Tax Rebates to Schools

YES

Won 59.96%

11/6/2012

OR 78 - Changes to Constitutional Language

YES

Won 71.77%

11/6/2012

CA Proposition 30: Temporary Taxes for Education

YES

Won 55.37%

11/6/2012

CA Proposition 36: Three Strikes Law

YES

Won 69.30%

11/6/2012

OR 77 - Definition of "Catastrophic Disaster" Declarations

YES

Won 58.71%

11/6/2012

CA Proposition 38: Tax for Education & Early Childhood

YES

Lost 28.72%

11/6/2012

CA Proposition 37: Genetically Engineered Foods

YES

Lost 48.59%

11/6/2012

CA Proposition 40: Keep Redistricting Commission Maps

YES

Won 71.94%

11/6/2012

CA Proposition 39: Tax Treatment for Multistate Businesses

YES

Won 61.10%

11/6/2012

OR 80 - Legalize Marijuana

YES

Lost 46.75%

11/6/2012

OR 84 - Phases Out Existing Inheritance Taxes on Large Estates

YES

Lost 45.96%

11/6/2012

WA Referendum 74 - Same Sex Marriage

YES

Won 53.70%

11/6/2012

WA Initiative 1240 - Allow Charter Schools

YES

Won 50.69%

11/6/2012

CA Proposition 31: State Budget. State and Local Government

YES

Lost 39.48%

11/6/2012

CA Proposition 34: End the Death Penalty

YES

Lost 48.05%

11/6/2012

OR 82 - Allow Non-Tribal Casinos

YES

Lost 28.35%

11/6/2012

OR 81 - Prohibition of Non-Tribal Fishing with Gillnets

YES

Lost 34.62%

11/6/2012

WA Initiative 502 - Concerning Marijuana

YES

Won 55.70%

11/6/2012

WA Initiative 1185 - Supermajority to Raise Taxes or Close Loopholes

YES

Won 63.91%

11/6/2012

CA Proposition 33: Auto Insurance Companies

YES

Lost 44.99%

11/6/2012

OR 83 - Allow Casino in Wood Village

YES

Lost 29.29%

11/6/2012

OR 79 - Prohibition of Real Estate Transfer Taxes

YES

Won 58.96%

11/6/2012

CA Proposition 32: Prohibit Political Contributions from Payroll Deduction

YES

Lost 43.40%

11/6/2012

ID Prop 1 - Limit Teacher Unions

YES

Lost 42.73%

11/6/2012

ID Prop 2 - Teacher Performance Pay

YES

Lost 42.01%

11/6/2012

I-166: Corporations are not People

YES

Won 74.69%

11/6/2012

ID Prop 3 - Student Laptops and Online Courses

YES

Lost 33.29%

11/6/2012

12-3: Mandate 25% Electricity from Renewables

YES

Lost 37.72%

11/6/2012

12-1: Keep Emergency Financial Manager Law

YES

Lost 47.33%

11/6/2012

12-4: Michigan Quality Home Care Council

YES

Lost 43.77%

11/6/2012

MN Amendment 2 (Voter ID)

YES

Lost 46.95%

11/6/2012

12-2: Constitutional Amendment - Right to Collective Bargaining

YES

Lost 42.60%

11/6/2012

12-5: 2/3 Vote to Raise Taxes

YES

Lost 31.24%

11/6/2012

CO Amendment S - Colorado State Personnel System Amendment

YES

Won 56.36%

11/6/2012

WY Constitutional Amendment A - Health Care Freedom

YES

Won 76.98%

11/6/2012

CO Amendment 65 - Colorado Corporate Contributions Amendment

YES

Won 74.01%

11/6/2012

Civil Marriage Protection Act

YES

Won 52.43%

11/6/2012

WY Constitutional Amendment B - Right to Hunt, Fish and Trap

YES

Won 89.26%

11/6/2012

Issue 2 - Ohio Redistricting Amendment

YES

Lost 36.82%

11/6/2012

ME Question 1 (Same-Sex Marriage)

YES

Won 52.70%

11/6/2012

WY Constitutional Amendment C - District Court Commissioners - Authority

YES

Lost 58.10%

11/6/2012

CO Amendment 64 - Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act

YES

Won 55.33%

11/6/2012

12-6: Require Popular Approval to Build International Bridges

YES

Lost 40.70%

11/6/2012

AR Issue #2 (Sales Tax on Bond Projects)

YES

Lost 43.37%

11/6/2012

AR Issue #1 (Road Funding)

YES

Won 58.21%

11/6/2012

AR Issue #5 (Medical Marijuana)

YES

Lost 48.56%

11/6/2012

Question 7: Gaming Expansion

YES

Won 51.92%

11/6/2012

MN Amendment 1 (Same-Sex Marriage Ban)

YES

Lost 47.44%

11/6/2012

Troy, MI Mayor - Recall

N

Won 52.23%

11/6/2012

Puerto Rico Status Plebiscite - Status Referendum Part I

N

Lost 46.00%

11/6/2012

Question 2: Qualifications for Baltimore County Orphans' Court Judges

YES

Won 87.90%

11/6/2012

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 62.72%

11/6/2012

Proposition A (Local Control of St. Louis Police)

YES

Won 63.89%

11/6/2012

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 83.15%

11/6/2012

Proposition B (Increases Tobacco Tax)

YES

Lost 49.25%

11/6/2012

Proposition E (Health Care Exchanges)

YES

Won 61.71%

11/6/2012

Question 5: Maryland Redistricting Veto Referendum

YES

Won 64.05%

11/6/2012

Question 4: Public Institutions of Higher Education - Tuition Rates

YES

Won 58.26%

11/6/2012

Amendment 3 (Changes to the Missouri Plan)

YES

Lost 23.97%

11/6/2012

GA Amendment 1 - Charter Schools

YES

Won 58.58%

11/6/2012

GA Amendment 2 - Multi-Year Lease Agreements

YES

Won 63.77%

8/7/2012

Amendment 2 (Right to Pray)

YES

Won 82.76%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - Heart of Georgia Altamaha District

YES

Won 51.71%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - Three Rivers District

YES

Lost 30.71%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - Middle Georgia District

YES

Lost 43.86%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - Northeast Georgia District

YES

Lost 35.31%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - Central Savannah River Area District

YES

Won 53.68%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - Northwest Georgia District

YES

Lost 32.39%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - Atlanta Regional District

YES

Lost 37.70%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - River Valley District

YES

Won 54.27%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - Coastal Georgia District

YES

Lost 42.48%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - Southern Georgia District

YES

Lost 42.15%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - Georgia Mountains District

YES

Lost 25.04%

7/31/2012

TSPLOST Referendum - Southwest Georgia District

YES

Lost 43.40%

6/17/2012

Swiss Referenda - Referendum Required for Treaty Ratification?

YES

Lost 24.72%

6/5/2012

Measure B - San Jose (CA) Municipal Employee Pension Reform

YES

Won 69.23%

6/5/2012

Proposition 29 - Tobacco Tax for Cancer Research Act

YES

Lost 49.77%

6/5/2012

Proposition 28 - Term Limits Reduction

YES

Won 61.02%

5/8/2012

NC Ballot Measure - Ban Gay Marriage Amendment

YES

Won 61.29%

4/10/2012

Sioux Falls Amendment A - Enumeration of Municipal Powers

YES

Lost 46.02%

4/10/2012

Sioux Falls Amendment B - Budgetary Streamlining

YES

Won 74.03%

4/10/2012

Sioux Falls Amendment C - Board of Ethics Jurisdiction, Increase of

YES

Won 69.52%

3/11/2012

Swiss Referenda - Allow Cantons to Grant Tax Breaks for Future Home Owners?

YES

Lost 44.19%

3/11/2012

Swiss Referenda - Six Weeks of Vacation for Everyone?

YES

Lost 33.50%

3/11/2012

Swiss Referenda - Cap Holiday Homes to 20% Per Commune?

YES

Won 50.63%

3/11/2012

Swiss Referenda - Regulations for Casinos and Lotteries?

YES

Won 87.09%

3/11/2012

Swiss Referenda - Reintroduce a Fixed Book Price Agreement?

YES

Lost 43.92%

1/22/2012

CRO Referendum - European Union Membership

YES

Won 66.67%

11/26/2011

Referendum on New Zealand's voting system - Part A

YES

Won 53.74%

11/8/2011

WA Initiative 1183 - Liquor Privatization

YES

Won 59.43%

11/8/2011

MS Initiative 26 - Life Begins at the Moment of Fertilization Amendment

YES

Lost 42.35%

11/8/2011

NJ State Public Question - Sports Betting

YES

Won 63.91%

11/8/2011

ME Question 4: Constitutional Amendment - Redistricting

YES

Won 52.87%

11/8/2011

MS Initiative 31 - Prohibit Eminent Domain Amendment

YES

Won 73.05%

11/8/2011

Sioux Falls Amendment D - New Convention Center

YES

Won 58.08%

11/8/2011

MS Initiative 27 - Voter ID Amendment

YES

Won 62.06%

11/8/2011

ME Same-Day Registration Veto Referendum

YES

Won 60.36%

11/8/2011

OH Issue 1: Judicial Office Age Amendment

YES

Lost 37.97%

11/8/2011

OH Issue 2: SB 5 Veto Referendum (Collective Bargaining Limits for Public Employees)

YES

Lost 38.67%

11/8/2011

OH Issue 3: Health Care Amendment (Ohioans exempt from national healthcare law)

YES

Won 65.62%

8/5/2011

BC Referendum - British Columbia Sales Tax

YES

Won 54.73%

7/28/2011

Circumcision Ban

YES

Lost 0.00%

7/1/2011

Morocco New Constitution

YES

Won 98.50%

5/28/2011

Malta Divorce Referendum

YES

Won 53.16%

5/5/2011

United Kingdom Alternative Vote Referendum

YES

Lost 31.60%

4/19/2011

Monroe Sewer City Council vote

YES

Lost 0.00%

3/31/2011

Monroe Sewer Straw poll

YES

Lost 36.96%

3/19/2011

EGY Constitutional Referendum

YES

Won 77.27%

3/15/2011

Miami Dade County Commission District 13 Recall

N

Won 87.80%

3/15/2011

Miami Dade County Mayor Recall

N

Won 88.09%

2/13/2011

Swiss Referenda - Increase Protections against Gun Violence?

YES

Lost 43.70%

1/25/2011

Omaha, NE Mayor - Recall

N

Lost 48.90%

1/15/2011

Southern Sudan Independence Referendum

YES

Won 98.83%

11/2/2010

Proposition 19 - Legalizes Marijuana Under California but not Federal Law

YES

Lost 46.54%

11/2/2010

Measure V (City of Oakland Tax on Marijuana)

YES

Won 70.49%

11/2/2010

CA Proposition 25 - Changes Legislative Vote Requirement to Pass a Budget from Two-Thirds to a Simple Majority

YES

Won 54.74%

11/2/2010

San Jose Measure V - Change Rules Governing Municipal Police & Fire Department Binding Arbitration

YES

Won 66.41%

11/2/2010

CA Proposition 20 - Redistricting of Congressional Districts

YES

Won 61.16%

11/2/2010

OR 75 - Authorization of Multnomah County Casino

YES

Lost 31.84%

11/2/2010

WA Initiative 1053 - Restates 2/3 Requirement to Raise Taxes

YES

Won 63.75%

11/2/2010

CA Proposition 26 - Requires That Certain State and Local Fees Be Approved By Two-Thirds Vote

YES

Won 52.81%

11/2/2010

San Jose Measure W - Reduced Pension Benefits for New Municipal Employees

YES

Won 72.14%

11/2/2010

CA Proposition 21 - Establishes $18 Annual Vehicle License Surcharge to Help Fund State Parks and Wildlife Programs

YES

Lost 41.91%

11/2/2010

OR 76 - Continuation of Lottery Funding for Parks

YES

Won 69.22%

11/2/2010

WA Initiative 1098 - Creates State Income Tax

YES

Lost 35.85%

11/2/2010

OR 70 - Home Ownership Loans for Veterans

YES

Won 84.44%

11/2/2010

San Jose Measure U - Retail Marijuana Municipal Excise Tax (10 percent)

YES

Won 78.33%

11/2/2010

CA Proposition 22 - Prohibits the State from Taking Funds Used for Transportation or Local Government Projects and Services

YES

Won 60.93%

11/2/2010

Proposition L - No Sitting or Lying on Public Streets

YES

Won 53.33%

11/2/2010

WA Initiative 1100 - Liquor Privatization (Stores Purchase Direct from Manufacturers)

YES

Lost 46.57%

11/2/2010

OR 71 - Requires Legislature to Meet Annually

YES

Won 67.84%

11/2/2010

Campbell Measure M - Municipal Business License Tax Increase

YES

Won 69.59%

11/2/2010

CA Proposition 23 - Suspension of AB 32

YES

Lost 38.92%

11/2/2010

WA Initiative 1105 - Liquor Privatization (Stores Purchase from State-Licensed Distributors)

YES

Lost 34.96%

11/2/2010

OR 72 - Exception to State Borrowing Limit

YES

Won 59.09%

11/2/2010

Campbell Measure N - Hotel & Motel Municipal Excise Tax Increase

YES

Won 73.16%

11/2/2010

CA Proposition 24 - Repeals Recent Legislation That Would Allow Businesses to Lower Their Tax Liability.

YES

Lost 41.53%

11/2/2010

WA Initiative 1107 - Repeal Candy, Water, and Soda Taxes

YES

Won 60.44%

11/2/2010

Proposition D - Right of Non-Citizens to Vote in San Francisco School Board elections

YES

Lost 45.83%

11/2/2010

OR 73 - Increased Minimum Sentences for Certain Crimes

YES

Won 56.88%

11/2/2010

Campbell Measure O - Make Municipal Offices of Clerk & Treasurer Appointive

YES

Won 57.25%

11/2/2010

CA Proposition 27 - Eliminates State Commission on Redistricting.

YES

Lost 40.61%

11/2/2010

OR 74 - Legalize Marijuana

YES

Lost 44.21%

11/2/2010

Proposition 107 - Arizona Civil Rights Amendment

YES

Won 59.51%

11/2/2010

NV Constitutional Amendment 4 -- Prohibit Eminent Domain Transfers

YES

Lost 32.72%

11/2/2010

NV Constitutional Amendment - Question No. 1 (SJR 2) -- Judicial appointment

YES

Lost 42.26%

11/2/2010

Proposition 109 - Arizona Hunting and Fishing Question

YES

Lost 43.52%

11/2/2010

NV Constitutional Amendment - Question No. 2 (SJR 9) -- Intermediate Appellate Court

YES

Lost 46.82%

11/2/2010

Proposition 110 - Arizona State Trust Lands Question

YES

Lost 49.72%

11/2/2010

Proposition 111 - Arizona Lieutenant Governor Amendment

YES

Lost 40.77%

11/2/2010

Proposition 106 - Arizona Health Insurance Reform Amendment

YES

Won 55.28%

11/2/2010

Proposition 203 - Arizona Medical Marijuana Question

YES

Won 50.13%

11/2/2010

Measure J - Authorization of Design-Build Procurement for Public Works Projects

YES

Won 63.89%

11/2/2010

Question 756 - Oklahoma Health Care Freedom Amendment

YES

Won 64.73%

11/2/2010

New York City Proposition 1 (Term Limits)

YES

Won 74.06%

11/2/2010

CO Amendment 60 - Reduces Property Taxes

YES

Lost 24.52%

11/2/2010

CO Amendment 63 - Protect the individual’s Right to Make Health Care Decisions

YES

Lost 46.90%

11/2/2010

CO Amendment 61

YES

Lost 27.01%

11/2/2010

Waukesha County Advisory Referendum - Transportation Fund Transfers

YES

Won 75.10%

11/2/2010

CO Amendment 62 - Personhood

YES

Lost 29.50%

11/2/2010

Dane County Marijuana Advisory Question

YES

Won 75.50%

11/2/2010

Measure K - Prohibition of Automated Traffic Enforcement Systems (Red Light Cameras)

YES

Won 73.14%

11/2/2010

Amendment 2 (Homestead Exemption for POWs with a service related disability)

YES

Won 65.76%

11/2/2010

GA Amendment 5: Industrial-Zoned Property Regulations

YES

Won 63.50%

11/2/2010

City of Dallas Proposition 1 (2010)

YES

Won 66.16%

11/2/2010

GA Amendment 6: Exemption of Business Inventory from State Property Tax

YES

Won 54.01%

11/2/2010

City of Dallas Proposition 2 (2010)

YES

Won 73.07%

11/2/2010

City of Dallas Proposition 3 (2010)

YES

Lost 46.05%

11/2/2010

GA Amendment 1: Court Enforcement of Competitive Contracts

YES

Won 67.58%

11/2/2010

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 80.30%

11/2/2010

City of Dallas Proposition 4 (2010)

YES

Lost 46.60%

11/2/2010

Proposition A (Barring Local E-Taxes, Requiring Votes on existing E-Taxes)

YES

Won 68.39%

11/2/2010

GA Amendment 2: Private Vehicle Tag Fee for Statewide Trauma Care

YES

Lost 47.36%

11/2/2010

Amendment 1 (Electing the County Assessor in St. Louis County)

YES

Won 74.12%

11/2/2010

GA Amendment 3: Multiyear Contracts for Long-Term Transportation Projects

YES

Lost 49.92%

11/2/2010

Amendment 3 (Stopping Double-taxation of homes)

YES

Won 83.73%

11/2/2010

GA Amendment 4: Multiyear Contracts for Projects to Improve Energy Efficiency

YES

Won 60.80%

11/2/2010

TN Amendment 1 (Right to Hunt and Fish)

YES

Won 89.74%

11/2/2010

Proposition B (Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act)

YES

Won 51.59%

11/2/2010

Amendment 1 (Repeal of Public Campaign Financing Amendment)

YES

Won 52.49%

11/2/2010

Amendment 8 (Revision of Class Size Requirements)

YES

Won 54.49%

11/2/2010

State Question #1: Proposal to Rename "Rhode Island and Providence Plantations"

YES

Lost 22.13%

11/2/2010

Amendment 10 (Balancing the Federal Budget)

YES

Won 71.90%

11/2/2010

Illinois Governor Recall Amendment

YES

Won 65.69%

11/2/2010

Amendment K - South Dakota Vote by Secret Ballot

YES

Won 79.13%

11/2/2010

Question 755 - Oklahoma International Law Amendment

YES

Won 70.08%

11/2/2010

Amendment 4 (Referenda Required for Adoption and Amendment of Local Government Comprehensive Land Use Plans)

YES

Lost 32.94%

11/2/2010

Question 746 - Voter Identification Amendment

YES

Won 74.34%

11/2/2010

Initiated Measure 13 - South Dakota Medical Marijuana Act

YES

Lost 36.69%

11/2/2010

Amendment 2 (Homestead Ad Valorem Tax Credit for Military Personnel)

YES

Won 77.82%

11/2/2010

Question 751 - English is the Official Language of Oklahoma Act

YES

Won 75.54%

11/2/2010

Amendment L - South Dakota State Cement Enterprise Sales Trust Fund

YES

Lost 40.55%

11/2/2010

Amendment 5 (Legislative Redistricting Standards)

YES

Won 62.59%

11/2/2010

Referred Law 12 - South Dakota Smoking Ban Referendum

YES

Won 64.37%

11/2/2010

Amendment 6 (Congressional Redistricting Standards)

YES

Won 62.93%

8/24/2010

Measure 2 - Alaska Parental Involvement Act

YES

Won 55.40%

8/24/2010

Measure 1 - Alaska Anti-Corruption Act

YES

Lost 37.49%

8/4/2010

KEN Constitutional Referendum

YES

Won 68.55%

8/3/2010

Proposition C - Missouri Health Care Freedom Amendment

YES

Won 71.12%

6/8/2010

San Jose Measure K - Cardroom Expansion & Taxation

YES

Won 76.14%

6/8/2010

CA Proposition 17 - Allows Auto Insurance Companies to Base Their Prices in Part on a Driver's History of Insurance Coverage

YES

Lost 48.25%

6/8/2010

CA Proposition 16 - New Two-Thirds Requirement for Local Public Electricity Providers Act

YES

Lost 47.59%

6/8/2010

CA Proposition 13 - Seismic Retrofitting

YES

Won 84.47%

6/8/2010

Santa Clara (municipal) Measure J - 49ers/NFL Stadium Proposal

YES

Won 59.61%

6/8/2010

CA Proposition 14 - Top Two Primaries Act

YES

Won 53.62%

6/8/2010

CA Proposition 15 - Public Funding of Some Elections

YES

Lost 42.60%

5/18/2010

OR 68 - Bonds for School Capital Costs

YES

Won 65.10%

5/18/2010

OR 69 - Modernizes Authority for Lowest Cost Borrowing for Universities

YES

Won 71.63%

5/18/2010

Proposition 100 - Arizona Sales Tax Increase

YES

Won 64.07%

4/6/2010

Nederland Marijuana Decriminalization Question

YES

Won 54.30%

1/26/2010

OR Measure 66 - Raises tax on household income at and above $250,000 (and $125,000 for individual filers).

YES

Won 54.27%

1/26/2010

OR Measure 67 - Raises $10 corporate minimum tax, business minimum tax, corporate profits tax.

YES

Won 53.59%

11/29/2009

Swiss Referenda - Ban the Construction of Minarets?

YES

Won 57.50%

11/7/2009

CNMI Initiative - Hold Regular General Elections Only in Even-Numbered Years

YES

Won 57.07%

11/3/2009

Breckenridge Marijuana Penalty Removal Initiative

YES

Won 70.92%

11/3/2009

ME Inititiave - TABOR II (Taxpayer's Bill of Rights)

YES

Lost 39.82%

11/3/2009

ME Increased Access to Medical Marijuana

YES

Won 58.67%

11/3/2009

ME Repeal of Gay Marriage Legislation

YES

Won 52.90%

11/3/2009

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 52.94%

11/3/2009

TX - Proposition 05 - Single appraisal review board for adjoining entities

YES

Won 61.81%

11/3/2009

TX - Proposition 01 - Open Space Military Buffer

YES

Won 55.20%

11/3/2009

TX - Proposition 02 - Homestead Appraisals

YES

Won 68.22%

11/3/2009

TX - Proposition 03 - Statewide Appraisal Process

YES

Won 65.55%

11/3/2009

TX - Proposition 04 - National Research University Fund

YES

Won 56.73%

11/3/2009

TX - Proposition 06 - Authorize the Veterans' Land Board to issue bonds

YES

Won 65.70%

11/3/2009

WA Referendum 71 - Domestic Partnerships

YES

Won 53.15%

5/19/2009

California Proposition 1E - Mental Health Funding

YES

Lost 33.52%

5/19/2009

California Proposition 1F - Elected Officials' Salaries

YES

Won 74.23%

5/19/2009

California Proposition 1A - "Rainy Day" Budget Stabilization Fund

YES

Lost 34.61%

5/19/2009

California Proposition 1B - Education Funding, Payment Plan

YES

Lost 38.14%

5/19/2009

California Proposition 1C - Lottery Modernization Act

YES

Lost 35.65%

5/19/2009

California Proposition 1D - Childrens' Services Funding

YES

Lost 34.09%

5/17/2009

Swiss Referenda - Introduce Biometric Passports?

YES

Won 50.15%

5/12/2009

BC Referendum - Electoral System Choice

YES

Lost 39.09%

5/9/2009

City of Dallas Proposition 1 (2009)

YES

Lost 48.77%

5/9/2009

City of Dallas Proposition 2 (2009)

YES

Lost 42.09%

3/3/2009

San Jose City Council - District 7 - Recall Election

N

Lost 44.79%

2/8/2009

Swiss Referenda - Extend Freedom of Movement for Workers from Bulgaria and Romania?

YES

Won 59.61%

11/4/2008

Arkansas State Lottery Initiative

YES

Won 62.83%

11/4/2008

Measure 11: Ban Abortion

YES

Lost 44.79%

11/4/2008

Question 1 - Massachusetts State Income Tax Repeal Initiative

YES

Lost 30.63%

11/4/2008

OR 57 - Increases Sentences for Certain Crimes

YES

Won 61.39%

11/4/2008

WA Initiative 985 - Transportation

YES

Lost 40.01%

11/4/2008

OR 63 - Exemptions from Building Permit Requirements

YES

Lost 45.79%

11/4/2008

OR 56 - Property Tax Elections Decided by Majority Vote

YES

Won 56.60%

11/4/2008

WA Initiative 1000 - Death With Dignity

YES

Won 57.82%

11/4/2008

OR 62 - Allocation of Lottery Proceeds to Public Safety Fund

YES

Lost 39.44%

11/4/2008

OR 55 - Changes Operative Date of Redistricting Plans

YES

Won 77.42%

11/4/2008

OR 61 - Mandatory Minimum Prison Sentences for Certain Crimes

YES

Lost 48.90%

11/4/2008

OR 54 - Voting Eligibility for School Board Elections

YES

Won 72.59%

11/4/2008

OR 60 - Teacher Pay Raises and Seniority

YES

Lost 38.61%

11/4/2008

OR 59 - Creation of Unlimited Deduction for Federal Income Taxes

YES

Lost 36.22%

11/4/2008

OR 65 - Changes General Election Nomination Processes

YES

Lost 34.09%

11/4/2008

CA Proposition 8 - Eliminates Right of Same-Sex Couples to Marry

YES

Won 52.24%

11/4/2008

OR 58 - English Language

YES

Lost 43.64%

11/4/2008

CA Proposition 4 - Waiting Period and Parental Notification Before Termination of Minor's Pregnancy

YES

Lost 48.04%

11/4/2008

OR 64 - Penalties for Using Public Funds for Political Purposes

YES

Lost 49.44%

11/4/2008

WY Constitutional Amendment A - Modernization of Oath of Office

YES

Won 81.75%

11/4/2008

Milwaukee County Advisory Referendum - 1% County Sales and Use Tax

YES

Won 51.97%

11/4/2008

AZ-2008-Proposition 300 (State Legislator Salaries)

YES

Lost 35.66%

11/4/2008

Age of Sexual Consent [SC]

YES

Won 52.39%

11/4/2008

WY Constitutional Amendment B - Initiative/Referendum Signature Requirement

YES

Lost 54.21%

11/4/2008

AZ-2008-Proposition 100 (Protect Our Homes)

YES

Won 76.75%

11/4/2008

The Greyhound Protection Act (2008)

YES

Won 56.19%

11/4/2008

AZ-2008-Proposition 101 (Medical Choice for Arizona)

YES

Lost 49.78%

11/4/2008

Constitutional Convention

YES

Lost 40.09%

11/4/2008

AZ-2008-Proposition 105 (Majority Rules)

YES

Lost 33.89%

11/4/2008

AZ-2008-Proposition 200 (Payday Loan Reform Act)

YES

Lost 40.19%

11/4/2008

San Francisco Proposition K (Changing the Enforcement of Laws Related to Prostitution and Sex Workers)

YES

Lost 40.94%

11/4/2008

Minnesota Sales Tax Increase (2008)

YES

Won 58.89%

11/4/2008

AZ-2008-Proposition 201 (Homeowners Bill of Rights)

YES

Lost 21.85%

11/4/2008

San Francisco Proposition R (Renaming the Oceanside Water Treatment Plant)

YES

Lost 30.25%

11/4/2008

AZ-2008-Proposition 202 (Stop Illegal Hiring)

YES

Lost 40.71%

11/4/2008

AZ-2008-Proposition 102 (Marriage Protection Amendment)

YES

Won 56.20%

11/4/2008

Arkansas Unmarried Couple Adoption Ban

YES

Won 56.92%

11/4/2008

MD Slots

YES

Won 58.70%

11/4/2008

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Lost 45.45%

11/4/2008

Amendment 4 (Stormwater Projects)

YES

Won 57.85%

11/4/2008

MD Early Voting

YES

Won 72.36%

11/4/2008

IL Proposed Constitution Convention

YES

Lost 32.77%

11/4/2008

GA Amendment 1: Conservation Property Tax Reduction

YES

Won 68.01%

11/4/2008

Proposition C (Renewable Energy)

YES

Won 66.03%

11/4/2008

GA Amendment 2: Permit School Districts to Use Tax Funds for Community Redevelopment Purposes

YES

Won 51.54%

11/4/2008

Proposition B (Home Care)

YES

Won 75.26%

11/4/2008

GA Amendment 3: Infrastructure Development Districts for Underserved Areas

YES

Lost 48.38%

11/4/2008

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 57.90%

11/4/2008

PA Water and Sewer Improvements Bond

YES

Won 62.27%

11/4/2008

Amendment 1 (English Language)

YES

Won 86.31%

11/4/2008

Proposition A (Casinos and Gambling)

YES

Won 56.17%

11/4/2008

Florida Marriage Protection Amendment

YES

Won 61.92%

11/4/2008

CHANGES AND IMPROVEMENTS NOT AFFECTING THE ASSESSED VALUE OF RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY

YES

Won 60.51%

11/4/2008

Question 2 - Massachusetts Sensible Marijuana Policy Initiative

YES

Won 65.25%

11/4/2008

PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION OF PERPETUALLY CONSERVED LAND; CLASSIFICATION AND ASSESSMENT OF LAND USED FOR CONSERVATION

YES

Won 68.56%

11/4/2008

ASSESSMENT OF WORKING WATERFRONT PROPERTY BASED UPON CURRENT USE

YES

Won 70.63%

11/4/2008

Relating to Property Rights/Ineligible Aliens

YES

Lost 47.93%

11/4/2008

LOCAL OPTION COMMUNITY COLLEGE FUNDING

YES

Lost 43.55%

6/12/2008

Treaty of Lisbon Referendum - Ireland

YES

Lost 46.60%

6/3/2008

CA State Senate 12 Recall

D

Lost 24.64%

5/20/2008

OR 53 - Modification of Provisions Governing Civil Forfeitures Related to Crimes

YES

Won 50.03%

5/20/2008

OR 52 - Constitutional Rights of Crime Victims

YES

Won 74.87%

5/20/2008

OR 51 - Constitutional Rights of Crime Victims

YES

Won 74.92%

4/1/2008

WI Ballot Measure - Prohibit Partial Veto Authority

YES

Won 70.61%

3/11/2008

Mesa, Az-2008- Question 1 (Alternative Expenditure Limitation/Home Rule)

YES

Won 82.82%

3/11/2008

Mesa, Az-2008- Proposition 300 (Zoning Case Z07-43)

YES

Won 63.25%

3/5/2008

California Proposition 91 - Transportation Funds

YES

Lost 41.69%

2/5/2008

CA Proposition 94 - Amendment to Indian Gaming Compact for the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Mission Indians

YES

Won 55.86%

2/5/2008

CA Proposition 95 - Amendment to Indian Gaming Compact for the Morongo Band of Mission Indians

YES

Won 55.90%

2/5/2008

CA Proposition 93 - Soften Term Limits for State Legislators

YES

Lost 46.42%

2/5/2008

CA Proposition 97 - Amendment to Indian Gaming Compact for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians

YES

Won 55.80%

2/5/2008

CA Proposition 96 - Amendment to Indian Gaming Compact for the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation

YES

Won 55.75%

2/5/2008

California Proposition 92 - Community College, Funding, Governance Fees

YES

Lost 42.79%

2/5/2008

California Proposition 93 - Limits on Legislators' Terms in Office

YES

Lost 46.41%

1/29/2008

PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONS; LIMITATIONS ON PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENTS

YES

Won 64.06%

11/6/2007

OR 50 - Increase Tobacco Tax

YES

Lost 40.75%

11/6/2007

OR 49 - Clarifies Right to Build Homes

YES

Won 62.15%

11/6/2007

Utah Referendum 1- School Vouchers

YES

Lost 37.81%

11/6/2007

Taxpayer Protection Act

YES

Won 51.24%

11/6/2007

King County Initiative 25 - Create County Auditor Office

YES

Won 56.99%

11/6/2007

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Lost 47.21%

11/6/2007

Moving the ISD/KCSD borders

YES

Won 72.65%

11/6/2007

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Lost 47.22%

11/6/2007

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 54.08%

11/6/2007

Mesa, Az-2007- Proposition 300 (Waveyard Project)

YES

Won 65.76%

11/6/2007

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 59.94%

10/10/2007

ON Referendum - Electoral Systems

YES

Lost 36.82%

4/3/2007

Statewide Advisory Vote - Same-Sex Partners Benefits

YES

Won 52.80%

3/13/2007

City of Seattle - Alaskan Way Viaduct Measure #1 - Tunnel Alternative

YES

Lost 30.12%

3/13/2007

City of Seattle - Alaskan Way Viaduct Measure #2 - Elevated Structure Alternative

YES

Lost 44.52%

11/8/2006

[FL] Extend Term Limits

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/2006

OR 43 - 48-Hour Notice for Minors Seeking Abortions

YES

Lost 45.24%

11/7/2006

OR 45 - Term Limits for State Legislators

YES

Lost 41.30%

11/7/2006

OR 42 - Prohibits Insurance Companies From Using Credit Score In Calculating Rates or Premiums

YES

Lost 35.39%

11/7/2006

City of Seattle Referendum 1 - Strip Club Restrictions

YES

Lost 36.94%

11/7/2006

OR 41 - Income Tax Deduction Equal to Federal Exemptions Deduction

YES

Lost 37.13%

11/7/2006

OR 48 - Limits Biennial Percentage Increase In State Spending

YES

Lost 29.15%

11/7/2006

OR 40 - Election of Judges by District

YES

Lost 43.46%

11/7/2006

OR 47 - Revises Campaign Finance Laws

YES

Won 53.04%

11/7/2006

OR 39 - Condemning Private Real Property

YES

Won 67.13%

11/7/2006

OR 46 - Allows Laws Regulating Election Contributions

YES

Lost 40.32%

11/7/2006

OR 44 - Expansion of Oregon Prescription Drug Program

YES

Won 77.96%

11/7/2006

WI Ballot Measure - Ban Gay Marriage Amendment

YES

Won 59.43%

11/7/2006

Michigan Civil Rights initiative

YES

Won 57.92%

11/7/2006

CO Amendment 43 - Define Marriage as One Man One Woman

YES

Won 55.02%

11/7/2006

SD Initiated Measure 5 - Restrictions on State Aircraft Use

YES

Won 55.36%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 302 (State Legislators' Salaries)

YES

Lost 47.74%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 301 (Probation for Methamphetamine Offenses)

YES

Won 57.99%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 200 (AZ Voter Reward Act)

YES

Lost 33.38%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 202 (Raise the Minimum Wage for Working Arizonans Act)

YES

Won 65.37%

11/7/2006

SD Constitutional Amendment D - Property Tax based on Purchase Price, not Current Assessment

YES

Lost 20.20%

11/7/2006

CO Referendum I - Same-Sex Domestic Partnership

YES

Lost 47.65%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 102 (Standing In Civil Actions)

YES

Won 74.23%

11/7/2006

CO Amendment 44 - One Ounce Marijuana Legal

YES

Lost 41.08%

11/7/2006

SD Initiated Measure 7 - Repeal Video Lottery

YES

Lost 33.05%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 203 (First Things First for Arizona's Children)

YES

Won 53.19%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 204 (Humane Treatment of Farm Animals Act)

YES

Won 61.96%

11/7/2006

SD Constitutional Amendment E - Make judges legally and financially liable for their decisions retroactively

YES

Lost 10.79%

11/7/2006

WA Initiative 933 - Require compensation when regulation diminishes the use or value of private property

YES

Lost 41.18%

11/7/2006

CO Referendum J - 65% of School Spending Required For Student Achievement Advancement

YES

Lost 41.53%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 103 (English As The Official Language)

YES

Won 74.00%

11/7/2006

CO Referendum K - Bring Suit Against Feds to Enforce Immigration Laws

YES

Won 55.72%

11/7/2006

SD Initiated Measure 8 - Repeal Cell Phone Tax

YES

Lost 39.38%

11/7/2006

WY Constitutional Amendment A - Mineral Excise Tax

YES

Won 74.05%

11/7/2006

SD Constitutional Amendment F - Legislative Procedure Changes

YES

Lost 32.35%

11/7/2006

CO Amendment 38 - Changes in Initiative and Referendum Laws

YES

Lost 30.76%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 104 (Municipal Debt)

YES

Won 59.39%

11/7/2006

WA Initiative 920 - Repeal state estate tax

YES

Lost 38.21%

11/7/2006

VA Constitutional Amendment - Ban on Same-Sex Marriage/Civil Unions

YES

Won 57.06%

11/7/2006

CO Referendum E - Extension of Property Tax Exemption for Disabled Vets

YES

Won 79.24%

11/7/2006

Constitutional Amendment 2 - Stem Cell Initiative

YES

Won 51.20%

11/7/2006

WY Constitutional Amendment B - County Levies for Public Schools

YES

Won 58.15%

11/7/2006

SD Initiated Measure 2 - Increase Cigarette Tax

YES

Won 60.80%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 206 (Arizona Non-Smoker Protection Act)

YES

Lost 42.66%

11/7/2006

CO Amendment 39 - 65% of School Expenditures for Classroom Instruction

YES

Lost 37.61%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 105 (State Trust Lands)

YES

Lost 28.66%

11/7/2006

ME Question 1: Citizen Initiative (Taxpayer Bill of Rights)

YES

Lost 46.10%

11/7/2006

CO Referendum F- Recall Election Dates set by Statute Instead of Constitution

YES

Lost 44.68%

11/7/2006

WY Constitutional Amendment C - Higher Education Trust Funds

YES

Won 75.05%

11/7/2006

SD Initiated Measure 3 - Prohibit starting a school term prior to the last day of August

YES

Lost 43.14%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 207 (Private Property Rights Protection Act)

YES

Won 64.80%

11/7/2006

WI Ballot Measure - Death Penalty Advisory

YES

Won 55.52%

11/7/2006

CO Amendment 40 - Term Limits and Reduced Term Length for Judges

YES

Lost 42.91%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 106 (Conserving Arizona's Future)

YES

Lost 48.69%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 201 (Smoke-Free Arizona Act)

YES

Won 54.76%

11/7/2006

ME Question 2: Constitutional Amendment - Deadlines/Method for Initiatives

YES

Won 54.11%

11/7/2006

CO Referendum G - Remove Obsolete Parts From Constitution

YES

Won 76.08%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 100 (Bailable Offenses)

YES

Won 77.89%

11/7/2006

CO Amendment 42 - Raise Minimum Wage

YES

Won 53.30%

11/7/2006

SD Initiated Measure 4 - Medical Marijuana

YES

Lost 47.70%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 300 (Public Program Eligibility)

YES

Won 71.44%

11/7/2006

CO Amendment 41 - Government Ethics and Lobbying Restrictions

YES

Won 62.57%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 107 (Protect Marriage Arizona)

YES

Lost 48.20%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 205 (Your Right to Vote)

YES

Lost 28.94%

11/7/2006

SD Referred Law 6 - Abortion Ban

YES

Lost 44.43%

11/7/2006

CO Referendum H - Repeal Business Tax Deduction for Hiring Illegal Immigrant Labor

YES

Won 50.74%

11/7/2006

AZ-2006-Proposition 101 (Local Property Tax Levies)

YES

Won 50.72%

11/7/2006

Amendment 1 - Allow Bingo and Raffles by Charitable Organizations Act

YES

Won 68.93%

11/7/2006

GA Amendment 2: Protection of Hunting and Fishing

YES

Won 81.10%

11/7/2006

Mesa, Az-2006- Question 2 (Wastewater System Revenue Bonds)

YES

Won 70.58%

11/7/2006

GA Statewide Referendum: Providing Surviving Spouse with Continuation of Base-Year Value Homestead Exemption

YES

Won 89.95%

11/7/2006

MO Proposition B - Minimum Wage

YES

Won 75.97%

11/7/2006

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 59.54%

11/7/2006

TN Amendment 1 (Marriage)

YES

Won 81.25%

11/7/2006

GA Amendment 3: General Assembly Dedication of Revenue from Special Vehicle License Plates

YES

Won 67.37%

11/7/2006

Mesa, Az-2006- Question 3 (Electric System Revenue Bonds)

YES

Won 68.09%

11/7/2006

SC Constitutional Amendment - Ban on Gay Marriage

YES

Won 77.97%

11/7/2006

TN Amendment 2 (Property Tax Relief)

YES

Won 83.04%

11/7/2006

GA Statewide Referendum: Expansion of Ad Valorem Tax Exemption for Farm Equipment

YES

Won 60.73%

11/7/2006

Mesa, Az-2006- Question 4 (Gas System Revenue Bonds)

YES

Won 66.01%

11/7/2006

MA Constitutional Amendment - Extend Universal Healthcare

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/2006

SD Constitutional Amendment C - Relating to the definition of marriage

YES

Won 51.83%

11/7/2006

GA Statewide Referendum: Expansion of Ad Valorem Tax Exemption for Veteran Organizations Which Refurbish Historic Aircraft

YES

Won 71.30%

11/7/2006

GA Statewide Referendum: Expansion of Ad Valorem Tax Exemption for Property of Charitable Organizations

YES

Won 68.46%

11/7/2006

MO Constitutional Amendment 3 - Healthy Future Trust Fund

YES

Lost 48.57%

11/7/2006

CA Prop 86 - Increase Cigarette Tax by $2.60

YES

Lost 48.31%

11/7/2006

Lehigh County Row Office Consolidation

YES

Won 63.09%

11/7/2006

GA Statewide Referendum: Homestead Exemption from Ad Valorem Taxes for Seniors

YES

Won 88.65%

11/7/2006

MO Constitutional Amendment 6 - Property Tax Exemptions

YES

Won 61.28%

11/7/2006

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 66.99%

11/7/2006

GA Amendment 1: Restriction of Eminent Domain

YES

Won 82.72%

11/7/2006

Mesa, Az-2006- Question 1 (Water System Revenue Bonds)

YES

Won 71.28%

11/7/2006

GA Statewide Referendum: Homestead Exemption for Surviving Spouse of Peace Officer or Firefighter

YES

Won 85.17%

11/7/2006

MO Constitutional Amendment 7 - Government Pensions

YES

Won 84.12%

11/7/2006

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 60.08%

11/7/2006

[FL] State Planning and Budget Process

YES

Won 59.54%

11/7/2006

[FL] REQUIRING BROADER PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS

YES

Won 57.85%

11/7/2006

OH Issue 2 - Fair Wage Amendment

YES

Won 56.18%

11/7/2006

[FL] PROTECT PEOPLE, ESPECIALLY YOUTH, FROM ADDICTION, DISEASE, AND OTHER HEALTH HAZARDS OF USING TOBACCO

YES

Won 60.93%

11/7/2006

[FL] INCREASED HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION

YES

Won 76.39%

11/7/2006

[FL] EMINENT DOMAIN

YES

Won 69.05%

11/7/2006

[FL] PERMANENTLY DISABLED VETERANS' DISCOUNT ON HOMESTEAD AD VALOREM TAX

YES

Won 77.83%

7/25/2006

Shall the Davenport City Council have 4-year staggered terms?

YES

Lost 36.21%

6/7/2006

WA Referendum 65 - Sexual Orientation Discrimination

YES

Lost 0.00%

6/6/2006

AL Constitutional Amendment - Gay Marriage Ban

YES

Won 81.18%

6/6/2006

Creating Mission County / Splitting Santa Barbara County (North)

YES

Lost 19.28%

6/6/2006

Creating Mission County / Splitting Santa Barbara County

YES

Lost 17.53%

5/16/2006

Mesa, Az-2006- Proposition 100 (Ordinances in General)

YES

Lost 35.11%

5/16/2006

Mesa, Az-2006- Proposition 101 (Appointive Officers)

YES

Won 56.32%

5/16/2006

Mesa, Az-2006- Question 01 (Transaction Privilege Tax/Sales Tax)

YES

Won 60.22%

5/16/2006

Mesa, Az-2006- Question 02 (Primary Property Tax Implementation)

YES

Lost 39.61%

3/21/2006

BHC Tax Referendum

YES

Lost 39.92%

12/6/2005

Spokane Mayor Recall

YES

Won 65.03%

11/21/2005

KEN Constitutional Referendum

YES

Lost 41.88%

11/8/2005

WA Initiative 900 - Performance Audits of State & Local Governments

YES

Won 56.44%

11/8/2005

ME Ballot Question - Repeal New Sexual Orientation Anti-Discrimination Law

YES

Lost 44.90%

11/8/2005

WA Initiative 901 - Prohibit Smoking in Public Buildings and Vehicles

YES

Won 63.25%

11/8/2005

WA Initiative 912 - Repeal Fuel Tax Increases Enacted in 2005

YES

Lost 45.38%

11/8/2005

CA Proposition 78 - Discounts on Prescription Drugs.

YES

Lost 41.50%

11/8/2005

CA Proposition 79 - Prescription Drug Discounts. State-Negotiated Rebates.

YES

Lost 39.37%

11/8/2005

CA Proposition 73 - Parental Notification of Abortion

YES

Lost 47.29%

11/8/2005

CA Proposition 80 - Electric Service Providers. Regulation.

YES

Lost 34.40%

11/8/2005

CA Proposition 74 - Teacher Probation/Evaluation/Dismissal

YES

Lost 44.82%

11/8/2005

CA Proposition 75 - Written Consent for Union Dues to Politics

YES

Lost 46.51%

11/8/2005

CA Proposition 76 - Limit Spending Growth to Revenue Growth

YES

Lost 37.67%

11/8/2005

CA Proposition 77 - Judges Draw Legislative Boundaries

YES

Lost 40.28%

11/8/2005

TX Proposed Const. Amend. 2

YES

Won 76.25%

11/8/2005

NJ Constitutional Amendment - Create Office of Lieutenant Governor?

YES

Won 56.06%

11/8/2005

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 56.22%

11/8/2005

Proposition 7-Lines of Credit Advances under Reverse Mortgages

YES

Won 59.74%

11/8/2005

Proposition 4-Denial of Bail to People Who Break The Conditions of Bail

YES

Lost 15.30%

11/8/2005

Proposition 5-Commercial Loan Interest Rates defined by Legistlature

YES

Lost 43.41%

11/8/2005

Proposition 6-6 Members Added to State Commission on Judicial Conduct

YES

Won 62.60%

10/23/2005

BRA Firearms and Ammunition Referendum

YES

Lost 36.06%

9/27/2005

DNK Referendum - Adoption of EU Consitution

YES

Lost 0.00%

8/19/2005

Santa Rosa County, FL Mixed Beverages

YES

Won 57.71%

7/10/2005

Puerto Rico Non-Binding Referendum - Unicameral Legislature

YES

Won 83.95%

7/10/2005

LUX Referendum - Adoption of EU Constitution

YES

Won 56.52%

6/19/2005

Amendment to end moratorium on commercial whaling

YES

Lost 42.11%

6/5/2005

Swiss Referenda - Join Schengen Area?

YES

Won 54.63%

6/1/2005

NLD EU Consitution Consultative Referendum

YES

Lost 38.40%

5/29/2005

FRA Referendum - Adoption of EU Consitution

YES

Lost 45.13%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Lorraine

YES

Lost 43.56%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Corse

YES

Lost 42.30%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Rhône-Alpes

YES

Lost 48.38%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Auvergne

YES

Lost 42.43%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Midi-Pyrénées

YES

Lost 42.85%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Franche-Comté

YES

Lost 42.19%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Basse-Normandie

YES

Lost 44.76%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Nord-Pas-de-Calais

YES

Lost 35.11%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Haute-Normandie

YES

Lost 35.58%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Bourgogne

YES

Lost 41.48%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Pays de la Loire

YES

Won 50.12%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Ile-de-France

YES

Won 53.96%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Bretagne

YES

Won 50.90%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Picardie

YES

Lost 34.98%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Languedoc-Roussillon

YES

Lost 37.63%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Centre

YES

Lost 43.00%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Poitou-Charentes

YES

Lost 44.66%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Alsace

YES

Won 53.44%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Limousin

YES

Lost 40.78%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Champagne-Ardenne

YES

Lost 42.91%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur

YES

Lost 41.21%

5/29/2005

Adoption of EU Consitution - Aquitaine

YES

Lost 42.85%

5/17/2005

BC Referendum - Switch to BC-STV Electoral System?

YES

Lost 57.39%

5/17/2005

Mesa, Az-2005- Proposition 302 (Zoning Case Z04-87)

YES

Won 56.17%

5/17/2005

Mesa, Az-2005- Proposition 300 (General Plan Minor Amendment Case GPMINOR04-07)

YES

Won 56.21%

5/17/2005

Mesa, Az-2005- Proposition 301 (Zoning Case Z04-85)

YES

Won 56.29%

5/7/2005

Garland, TX - Mixed Beverages in Restaurants with Full Bars Only

YES

Won 69.09%

5/7/2005

Garland, TX - Alcohol Sales Off-Premises

YES

Won 61.40%

5/7/2005

Plano, TX - Alcohol Sales Off-Premises

YES

Won 76.45%

5/7/2005

Plano, TX - Mixed Beverages in Restaurants

YES

Won 76.89%

5/3/2005

Referendum 1A

YES

Won 56.16%

4/5/2005

Milwaukee County Advisory Referendum - Pension Obligation Bonds

YES

Lost 41.72%

4/5/2005

Milwaukee County Advisory Referendum - State Mandated Court System

YES

Won 85.48%

4/5/2005

WI Ballot Measure - 4-Year Terms of Office - Certain County Officers

YES

Won 75.13%

4/5/2005

Milwaukee County Advisory Referendum - State Mandated Human Services

YES

Won 85.65%

4/5/2005

KS Constitutional Amendment - Ban Gay Marriage?

YES

Won 69.95%

3/29/2005

Polk County, IA New Jail Bond Issue

YES

Won 68.96%

3/8/2005

Broward County, FL Slot Machines

YES

Won 57.01%

3/8/2005

Miami-Dade County, FL Slot Machines

YES

Lost 47.86%

2/5/2005

Lewisville, TX - Alcohol Sales Off-Premises

YES

Won 60.42%

2/5/2005

Lewisville, TX - Mixed Beverages in Restaurants

YES

Won 65.78%

11/2/2004

WA Initiative 884

YES

Lost 40.01%

11/2/2004

WA Referendum 55

YES

Lost 41.67%

11/2/2004

Des Moines Public Measure B

YES

Won 53.90%

11/2/2004

CA Proposition 62 - Elections and Primaries

YES

Lost 45.71%

11/2/2004

Des Moines Public Measure A

YES

Lost 35.31%

11/2/2004

Question 711- Prohibit Same Sex Marriage

YES

Won 75.59%

11/2/2004

NE State Fair Funding Amendment (Proposed Amendment #4)

YES

Won 55.45%

11/2/2004

OR 36 - Ban Gay Marriage

YES

Won 56.63%

11/2/2004

OR 35 - Tort Reform

YES

Lost 49.21%

11/2/2004

OR 34 - Balancing Timber Production and Resource Conservation/Preservation

YES

Lost 38.34%

11/2/2004

OR 33 - Amends Medical Marijuana Act

YES

Lost 42.78%

11/2/2004

OR 32 - Deletion of Mobile Home Reference from Motor Vehicle Tax Provision

YES

Won 61.30%

11/2/2004

OR 31 - Postponement of Elections Upon Death of Nominee

YES

Won 65.61%

11/2/2004

OR 38 - Abolishes Saif

YES

Lost 39.27%

11/2/2004

Initiative 18 - Reduce County Council Size

YES

Won 56.48%

11/2/2004

OR 37 - Land Use Restrictions

YES

Won 60.62%

11/2/2004

Amendment 1 Impeachment Authority

YES

Won 69.28%

11/2/2004

Amendment 36 (Electoral Votes-CO)

YES

Lost 34.58%

11/2/2004

AZ-2004-Proposition 104 (Initiative Petitions)

YES

Lost 31.86%

11/2/2004

AR Proposed Const. Amend. 1: Extend Term Limits for State House and Senate

YES

Lost 29.74%

11/2/2004

WY Constitutional Amendment C - Medical Review Panel

YES

Won 52.99%

11/2/2004

AZ-2004-Proposition 105 (Education)

YES

Won 62.09%

11/2/2004

AR Proposed Const. Amend. 2: Economic Development Bond Authority

YES

Won 63.66%

11/2/2004

WY Constitutional Amendment D - Noneconomic Damages

YES

Lost 49.65%

11/2/2004

UT Constitutional Amendment 3 (Barring Same-Sex Marriage)

YES

Won 65.86%

11/2/2004

Amendment 1 (Impeachment)

YES

Won 69.28%

11/2/2004

AZ-2004-Proposition 300 (State Legislators' Salaries)

YES

Lost 39.39%

11/2/2004

AR Proposed Const. Amend. 3: An Amendment Concerning Marriage

YES

Won 75.00%

11/2/2004

AZ-2004-Proposition 100 (State Lands)

YES

Lost 47.83%

11/2/2004

AZ-2004-Proposition 101 (Initiative and Referendum Measures)

YES

Won 55.20%

11/2/2004

UT Initiative 1 (Open Space)

YES

Lost 45.13%

11/2/2004

AZ-2004-Proposition 102 (Public Debt, Revenue and Taxation)

YES

Lost 48.14%

11/2/2004

WY Constitutional Amendment A - Recapture Limitation

YES

Lost 55.78%

11/2/2004

Question 705 - Should the Oklahoma Education Lottery Act Be Created?

YES

Won 64.68%

11/2/2004

Amendment 2 (University ownership in private businesses)

YES

Won 57.34%

11/2/2004

UT Amendment 3 (Marriage)

YES

Won 65.86%

11/2/2004

AZ-2004-Proposition 103 (Judicial Department)

YES

Won 53.89%

11/2/2004

Marriage defined as between a man and a woman

YES

Won 61.71%

11/2/2004

WY Constitutional Amendment B - Local Economic Development

YES

Won 66.16%

11/2/2004

Measure 2 - Alaska Legalize Marijuana Act

YES

Lost 44.25%

11/2/2004

GA Amendment 2: Supreme Court Jurisdiction to Answer Questions of Law from Federal Courts

YES

Won 68.97%

11/2/2004

Amendment 3 (Transportation)

YES

Won 78.87%

11/2/2004

[AL] Proposed Statewide Amendment No. 2 (Segregation Amendment)

YES

Lost 49.93%

11/2/2004

Amendment Banning Gay Marriage

YES

Won 76.15%

11/2/2004

Cecil County Question A - Members of the Cecil County Board of Education to be Elected by the Voters

YES

Won 87.27%

11/2/2004

AZ-2004-Proposition 200 (Arizona Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act)

YES

Won 55.64%

11/2/2004

Orange County, FL Question 3

YES

Won 63.13%

11/2/2004

Public Question #3 2004

YES

Won 86.66%

11/2/2004

[Florida] Patients' Right to Know About Adverse Medical Incidents

YES

Won 81.15%

11/2/2004

Authorizes Miami-Dade and Broward County Voters to Approve Slot Machines in Parimutuel Facilities

YES

Won 50.83%

11/2/2004

Orange County, FL Question 4

YES

Lost 48.01%

11/2/2004

Charter Amendment Establishing Rural Area And Preempting Municipal Comprehensive Land Use Authority Within The Rural Area

YES

Won 56.47%

11/2/2004

[Florida] Public Protection from Repeated Medical Malpractice

YES

Won 71.09%

11/2/2004

[Florida] CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE

YES

Won 68.44%

11/2/2004

CA Proposition 72 - Health Care Coverage Requirements

YES

Lost 49.13%

11/2/2004

Orange County, FL Question 5

YES

Lost 44.25%

11/2/2004

[Florida] PARENTAL NOTIFICATION OF A MINOR'S TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY

YES

Won 64.67%

11/2/2004

THE RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE FOR WORKING NEVADANS ACT

YES

Won 68.39%

11/2/2004

[Florida] The Medical Liability Claimant's Compensation Amendment

YES

Won 63.59%

11/2/2004

Repeal of Minibottle Requirement in Bars and Restaurants

YES

Won 59.07%

11/2/2004

Amendment 1 - Define Marriage

YES

Won 74.57%

11/2/2004

Orange County, FL Question 1

YES

Won 66.01%

11/2/2004

Public Question #1 2004

YES

Won 70.84%

11/2/2004

Florida Minimum Wage Amendment

YES

Won 71.27%

11/2/2004

Orange County, FL Question 6

YES

Won 74.08%

11/2/2004

Orange County, FL Question 2

YES

Lost 47.64%

11/2/2004

Public Question #2 2004

YES

Won 86.45%

11/2/2004

Repeal of [Florida] High Speed Rail Amendment

YES

Won 63.72%

11/2/2004

WA Initiative 872

YES

Won 59.85%

11/2/2004

WA Initiative 892

YES

Lost 38.45%

11/2/2004

Constitutional Measure No. 1 (Definition of Marriage)

YES

Won 73.23%

10/16/2004

[Nova Scotia] Allow Shopping on Sunday

YES

Lost 45.10%

9/18/2004

Marriage in LA - union of 1 man and 1 woman

YES

Won 77.78%

8/15/2004

Venezuelan Presidential Recall

YES

Lost 41.74%

8/3/2004

Amendment 1 (White River Gambling)

YES

Lost 44.13%

8/3/2004

Amendment 2 (Marriage Definition)

YES

Won 70.61%

6/11/2004

Citizenship Referendum - Carlow

YES

Won 80.73%

6/11/2004

Citizenship Referendum - Limerick City

YES

Won 80.71%

6/11/2004

Citizenship Referendum - Limerick County

YES

Won 80.43%

6/11/2004

Citizenship Referendum

YES

Won 79.17%

5/4/2004

Cottonwood Heights City Incorporation Election

YES

Won 84.62%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Question 6 (Emergency Fire Protection and Medical Response Bonds)

YES

Won 61.65%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Proposition 105 (Eminent Domain)

YES

Won 64.24%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Question 7 (Public Safety Bonds)

YES

Won 52.54%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Question 1 (Alternative Expenditure Limitation/Home Rule Option)

YES

Won 71.46%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Question 8 (Parks, Open Space and Recreational Bonds)

YES

Won 51.12%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Question 2 (Gas System Revenue Bonds)

YES

Won 73.43%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Proposition 101 (Ordinances in General)

YES

Won 71.58%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Question 9 (Street and Highway Bonds)

YES

Won 74.18%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Question 3 (Water System Revenue Bonds)

YES

Won 77.67%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Proposition 102 (Purchasing)

YES

Won 56.09%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Question 10 (Transient Occupancy Tax/Bed Tax)

YES

Won 69.19%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Question 4 (Wastewater System Revenue Bonds)

YES

Won 74.61%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Proposition 103 (Charter Amendments)

YES

Won 70.94%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Question 5 (Neighborhood and Street Flood Control Bonds)

YES

Won 51.20%

3/9/2004

Mesa, Az-2004- Proposition 104 (Public Expenditures)

YES

Won 57.46%

3/2/2004

CA Proposition 57 - Economic Recovery Bond Act

YES

Won 63.26%

3/2/2004

CA Proposition 58 - California Balanced Budget Act

YES

Won 70.97%

3/2/2004

CA Proposition 55 - Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2004

YES

Won 50.51%

3/2/2004

CA Proposition 56 - Budget/Taxes Act

YES

Lost 34.18%

2/3/2004

OR 30 - Tax Increase

YES

Lost 41.04%

12/16/2003

TSC Remonstrance

I

Lost 0.00%

12/6/2003

Progressive Conservative Merger into Conservative Party of Canada

YES

Won 90.02%

12/5/2003

Canadian Alliance Merger into Conservative Party of Canada

YES

Won 95.95%

11/4/2003

New York City - Nonpartisan Elections

YES

Lost 29.45%

11/4/2003

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 59.29%

11/4/2003

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 64.83%

11/4/2003

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 61.29%

10/7/2003

CA Governor Recall - Question 1

YES

Won 55.39%

9/16/2003

OR 29 - State Debt for Savings on Pension Liabilities

YES

Won 55.25%

9/16/2003

Spokane Proposition #1 [Strong Mayor Repeal]

YES

Lost 34.13%

7/19/2003

SC Taylors Incorporation

YES

Lost 37.32%

4/1/2003

WI Ballot Measure - Right to fish, hunt, trap and take game.

YES

Won 82.06%

3/8/2003

Malta European Union membership referendum

YES

Won 53.65%

1/28/2003

OR 28 - Temporary Income Tax Increase

YES

Lost 45.99%

11/7/2002

Gibraltar Sovereignty Plebiscite

YES

Lost 1.03%

11/5/2002

Question 2 - English Only Schools

YES

Won 67.98%

11/5/2002

Question 3 - Publicly Funded Campaigns

I

Lost 26.13%

11/5/2002

Question 1 - Cancel Income Tax

I

Lost 45.27%

11/5/2002

OR 22 - Election of Judges by District

YES

Lost 49.41%

11/5/2002

OR 15 - Bonds for Seismic Rehabilitation of Public Education Buildings

YES

Won 55.63%

11/5/2002

OR 21 - Allows Vote for "None of the Above"

YES

Lost 44.07%

11/5/2002

OR 27 - GMO Labeling

YES

Lost 29.54%

11/5/2002

OR 26 - Prohibition of Payment for Referendum Signatures

YES

Won 75.35%

11/5/2002

OR 25 - Minimum Wage Increase

YES

Won 51.33%

11/5/2002

OR 18 - Permanent Property Tax Rates

YES

Lost 39.01%

11/5/2002

OR 24 - Dental Regulations

YES

Won 76.02%

11/5/2002

OR 17 - Legislator Age Requirement

YES

Lost 27.29%

11/5/2002

OR 23 - Health Care Finance Plan

YES

Lost 21.49%

11/5/2002

OR 14 - Deletion of Racial References from State Constitution

YES

Won 71.14%

11/5/2002

OR 16 - Bonds for Seismic Rehabilitation of Emergency Services Buildings

YES

Won 55.79%

11/5/2002

WY Constitutional Amendment A - Legislative Sessions

YES

Won 66.29%

11/5/2002

WY Constitutional Amendment B - Presidential Electors

YES

Won 65.78%

11/5/2002

WY Constitutional Amendment C - Line Item Vetoes

YES

Lost 44.22%

11/5/2002

WY Constitutional Amendment D - Constitutional Amendments

YES

Lost 52.74%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 103 (Bailable Offenses)

YES

Won 80.44%

11/5/2002

[Florida] Animal Cruelty Amendment: Limiting Cruel and Inhumane Confinement of Pigs During Pregnancy

YES

Won 54.75%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 301 (State Lottery Commission)

YES

Won 72.71%

11/5/2002

Florida's Amendment to Reduce Class Size

YES

Won 52.39%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 104 (School and Community College District Expenditure Limitations)

YES

Won 70.10%

11/5/2002

[Florida] Local Trustees and Statewide Governing Board to Manage Florida's University System

YES

Won 60.52%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 302 (Probation)

YES

Won 69.75%

11/5/2002

[Florida] Authorizing Amendments to Miami-Dade County Home Rule Charter by Special Law Approved by Referendum

YES

Lost 47.85%

11/5/2002

Mesa, Az-2002- Proposition 405 (Mesa 2025 General Plan)

YES

Won 65.74%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 200 (Yes for Arizona!)

YES

Lost 14.81%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 303 (Taxation of Tobacco Products)

YES

Won 67.01%

11/5/2002

[Florida] Laws Providing Public Records or Meetings Exemptions; Two-Thirds Vote Required

YES

Won 76.64%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 201 (Coalition for Arizona)

YES

Lost 19.87%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 100 (Municipal Debt Limits)

YES

Lost 42.11%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 304 (State Legislators' Salaries)

YES

Lost 33.69%

11/5/2002

[Florida] Protect People from the Health Hazards of Second-Hand Tobacco Smoke by Prohibiting Workplace Smoking

YES

Won 70.97%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 202 (Arizonans for Fair Gaming & Indian Self-Reliance)

YES

Won 50.87%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 101 (State Lands)

YES

Lost 49.17%

11/5/2002

[Florida] Exemption for Construction of Living Quarters for Parents or Grandparents

YES

Won 67.30%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 203 (The People Have Spoken)

YES

Lost 42.65%

11/5/2002

[Florida] Amending Article I, Section 17 of the State Constitution [Death Penalty]

YES

Won 69.70%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 102 (Residential Property Tax Valuation)

YES

Won 80.39%

11/5/2002

[Florida] Voluntary Universal Pre-Kindergarten Education

YES

Won 59.23%

11/5/2002

AZ-2002-Proposition 300 (State School Trust Land Revenues)

YES

Won 75.72%

11/5/2002

[Florida] Economic Impact Statements for Proposed Constitutional Amendments or Revisions

YES

Won 78.01%

11/5/2002

Raise Drinking Age to 21?

YES

Lost 46.29%

9/17/2002

OR 20 - Cigarette Tax Increase

YES

Won 64.38%

9/17/2002

OR 19 - Education Stability Fund

YES

Won 61.85%

9/10/2002

Mesa, Az-2002- Proposition 404 (Multipurpose Facility Referendum)

YES

Lost 43.06%

5/21/2002

OR 13 - Education and School Fund Specifications

YES

Lost 47.76%

5/21/2002

OR 11 - Bond Financing for Medical Research

YES

Won 75.62%

5/21/2002

OR 10 - Private Company Equity for Public Universities as Compensation for Publicly Created Technology

YES

Won 77.47%

3/12/2002

Mesa, Az-2002- Proposition 300 (Wal-Mart Referendum)

YES

Won 66.39%

3/5/2002

Shall Mayor Woodrow Stanley be recalled?

YES

Won 56.25%

3/3/2002

Swiss Referenda - UN Membership?

YES

Won 54.61%

11/7/2000

Proposition 1-Rail Funding

YES

Lost 52.11%

11/7/2000

Proposition 3-Economic Development Programs Do Not Constitute A Debt

YES

Lost 51.03%

11/7/2000

OR 84 - Payments for State-Mandated Programs

YES

Won 84.47%

11/7/2000

OR 4 - Tobacco Settlement Proceeds for Low-Income Health Care

YES

Lost 45.19%

11/7/2000

OR 90 - Utility Investments in Retired Property

YES

Lost 11.61%

11/7/2000

OR 96 - Prohibits Making Initiative Process Harder

YES

Lost 37.84%

11/7/2000

OR 83 - Veterans' Loans

YES

Won 74.81%

11/7/2000

OR 3 - Conviction Before Forfeiture

YES

Won 67.20%

11/7/2000

OR 89 - Tobacco Settlement Proceeds for Health, Housing, and Transportation

YES

Lost 42.93%

11/7/2000

OR 95 - Teacher Pay and Retention

YES

Lost 34.86%

11/7/2000

OR 2 - Legislative Review of Administrative Rules

YES

Lost 43.73%

11/7/2000

OR 88 - Increases Maximum Deductible for Federal Income Taxes Paid

YES

Won 50.52%

11/7/2000

OR 94 - Resentencing for Certain Felonies

YES

Lost 26.51%

11/7/2000

OR 1 - Adequate Legislative Funding of School Quality Goals

YES

Won 66.32%

11/7/2000

OR 87 - Regulation of Sexually Oriented Businesses

YES

Lost 47.36%

11/7/2000

OR 93 - Voter Approval of Taxes and Fees

YES

Lost 40.18%

11/7/2000

OR 99 - Commission Ensuring Quality Home Care Services

YES

Won 62.82%

11/7/2000

OR 86 - Refunds of General Fund Revenues Exceeding State Estimates

YES

Won 62.02%

11/7/2000

OR 6 - Public Funding for Candidates Who Limit Spending

YES

Lost 41.19%

11/7/2000

OR 92 - Prohibits Payroll Deductions for Political Purposes

YES

Lost 44.59%

11/7/2000

OR 98 - Prohibits Using Public Resources for Political Purposes

YES

Lost 46.62%

11/7/2000

OR 85 - Requirements for Formation of New Counties

YES

Lost 45.25%

11/7/2000

OR 5 - Expansion of Firearm Background Checks

YES

Won 61.79%

11/7/2000

OR 91 - Fully Deductible Federal Income Taxes

YES

Lost 44.80%

11/7/2000

OR 97 - Bans Body-Gripping Animal Traps

YES

Lost 41.17%

11/7/2000

Nevada Question 9 - Medical Marijuana Act

YES

Won 65.38%

11/7/2000

Nevada Question 1 - Allow State to Invest in Any Company

YES

Lost 40.69%

11/7/2000

Nevada Question 2 - Definition of Marriage Act

YES

Won 69.62%

11/7/2000

WI Ballot Measure - Extend Right to Vote to Adult Children of US Citizens

YES

Won 61.99%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 102 (Wildlife Management)

YES

Lost 37.51%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 202 (Citizens Growth Management Initiative)

YES

Lost 29.80%

11/7/2000

Proposed Statewide Amendment Number 2

YES

Won 59.49%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 103 (Corporation Commission Membership)

YES

Won 52.98%

11/7/2000

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 62.91%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 203 (English Language Education for Children in Public Schools)

YES

Won 63.02%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 104 (Residential Property Tax Valuation)

YES

Won 63.82%

11/7/2000

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 79.05%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 204 (Healthy Arizona Initiative Political Action Committee)

YES

Won 62.92%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 105 (Public Debt, Revenue and Taxation)

YES

Won 68.39%

11/7/2000

SC Educational Lottery

YES

Won 54.30%

11/7/2000

MA Constitutional Amendment - Two-Year Redistricting

YES

Won 70.51%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 300 (State Legislators' Salaries)

YES

Lost 36.12%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 106 (Fair Districts, Fair Elections)

YES

Won 56.14%

11/7/2000

MA Constitutional Amendment - Prohibit Incarcerated Felon Vote

YES

Won 64.01%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 100 (State Lands)

YES

Lost 48.66%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 301 (Relating to Education)

YES

Won 53.54%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 108 (Arizonans for Consumer Choice and Fair Competition)

YES

Lost 19.60%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 101 (Constitutional Textual Terminology)

YES

Won 61.87%

11/7/2000

AZ-2000-Proposition 200 (Healthy Children Healthy Families)

YES

Won 58.06%

11/7/2000

Florida Transportation Initiative for statewide high speed monorail, fixed guideway or magnetic levitation system

YES

Won 52.66%

11/7/2000

WA Initiative 729

YES

Lost 48.17%

9/12/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Bond Question 1 (Buy Land for City Parks)

YES

Lost 37.93%

9/12/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Bond Question 2 (Athletic/Recreational Facilities)

YES

Lost 41.68%

9/12/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Bond Question 3 (Expand and Improve Mesa City Court and City Prosecutor's Building)

YES

Lost 36.90%

9/12/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Bond Question 4 (City Canal Paths)

YES

Lost 31.08%

4/4/2000

Referendum about early parliament election

YES

Won 100.00%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Proposition 102 (Ethics Standards for City Councilmembers)

YES

Won 68.77%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Question 9 (Street and Highway User Revenue Bonds)

YES

Won 69.81%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Question 3 (Water System Revenue Bonds)

YES

Won 73.51%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Proposition 200 (Exempt Sales Tax on Food)

YES

Won 53.20%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Question 10 (Capital Improvement Bonds)

YES

Lost 37.68%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Question 4 (wastewater System Revenue Bonds)

YES

Won 71.78%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Proposition 201 (Exempt Sales Tax on Residential & Commercial Rentals)

YES

Lost 28.08%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Question 5 (Stormwater Bonds)

YES

Lost 45.70%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Proposition 300 (Expands Fire Sprinkler Standards)

YES

Lost 37.23%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Question 6 (Emergency Fire Protection and Medical Response Bonds)

YES

Won 57.02%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Proposition 400 (Approves Property Maintenance/Housing Code)

YES

Won 61.61%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Proposition 100 (Prohibits Flouridation of City Water)

YES

Lost 38.44%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Question 7 (Law Enforcement Bonds)

YES

Won 54.07%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Question 1 (Alternative Expenditure Limitation/Home Rule Option)

YES

Won 68.20%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Proposition 101 (Property Tax Procedures)

YES

Won 58.21%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Question 8 (Parks, Recreation & Cultural Facility Bonds)

YES

Lost 44.86%

3/14/2000

Mesa, Az-2000- Question 2 (Gas System Revenue Bonds)

YES

Won 66.40%

3/7/2000

CA Proposition 22 - California Defense of Marriage Act

YES

Won 61.35%

3/7/2000

CA Proposition 1A - Gambling on Tribal Lands Amendment

YES

Won 64.42%

3/7/2000

CA Proposition 23 - None of the Above Act

YES

Lost 36.07%

3/7/2000

CA Proposition 28 - Repeal of Proposition 10 Tobacco Surtax

YES

Lost 27.83%

11/2/1999

OR 70 - Right to Demand Jury Trial

YES

Lost 41.56%

11/2/1999

OR 69 - Constitutional Victim Rights in Criminal Prosecutions

YES

Won 58.15%

11/2/1999

OR 75 - Criminals and Grand Juries

YES

Won 57.75%

11/2/1999

OR 68 - Protections from Prison Work Programs

YES

Won 58.41%

11/2/1999

OR 74 - Terms of Imprisonment

YES

Won 53.16%

11/2/1999

OR 73 - Immunity of Persons Ordered to Testify About Their Conduct

YES

Lost 46.40%

11/2/1999

OR 72 - Murder Conviction by 11 to 1 Jury Verdict

YES

Lost 45.26%

11/2/1999

OR 71 - Pretrial Release Limitations

YES

Won 58.01%

11/2/1999

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 64.23%

11/2/1999

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 77.39%

11/2/1999

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 65.10%

11/2/1999

Spokane Proposition #2 [Strong Mayor]

YES

Won 50.03%

10/12/1999

Proposed Statewide Amendment No. 1 (Education Lottery)

YES

Lost 45.79%

5/18/1999

Mesa, Az-1999- Proposition 400 (Rio Salado District)

YES

Lost 41.39%

5/18/1999

Mesa, Az-1999- Proposition 401 (Mesa Sales Tax)

YES

Lost 40.12%

4/6/1999

WI Ballot Measure - Distribution of State Lottery, Bingo and Pari-Mutuel Betting Proceeds for Property Tax Relief to State Residents

YES

Won 85.96%

4/6/1999

Proposition B

YES

Lost 48.33%

4/6/1999

Proposition A

YES

Lost 42.51%

11/3/1998

Measure 6 - English as Official Language

YES

Won 68.60%

11/3/1998

WI Ballot Measure - Guaranteeing the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

YES

Won 73.94%

11/3/1998

WI Ballot Measure - Extending sheriff's term from two to four years, permitting a sheriff to hold nonpartisan office, and changing procedure for filling office vacancies.

YES

Won 73.80%

11/3/1998

Measure 2 - Marriage Amendment

YES

Won 68.11%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 300 (Medical Use of Drugs)

YES

Lost 42.67%

11/3/1998

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 66.28%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 103 (Primary Elections)

YES

Won 60.53%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 301 (Drug Probation)

YES

Lost 48.45%

11/3/1998

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 59.54%

11/3/1998

SC Constitutional Amendment - Require District Residency

YES

Won 91.30%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 104 (Initiative & Referendum)

YES

Lost 45.41%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 302 (Increase State Legislators’ Salaries)

YES

Won 56.38%

11/3/1998

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 53.38%

11/3/1998

SC Constitutional Amendment - Remove Ban on Interracial Marriage

YES

Won 61.95%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 105 (Initiative & Referendum)

YES

Won 52.26%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 302 (Open Space Land)

YES

Won 52.89%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 100 (Public Retirement)

YES

Won 61.40%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 200 (Campaign Finance)

YES

Won 51.20%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 303 (Lottery)

YES

Won 66.78%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 101 (Increase state legislators' salaries)

YES

Lost 35.95%

11/3/1998

Cecil County Question A - Increase number of County Commissioners from 3 to 5 members

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 201 (Cockfighting)

YES

Won 68.07%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 202 (I.R.S. Pledge)

YES

Lost 45.01%

11/3/1998

AZ-1998-Proposition 102 (State Trust Fund Investment)

YES

Won 53.33%

11/3/1998

MN Constitutional Amendment 3 (Abolish Treasurer Office)

YES

Won 55.97%

11/3/1998

WA Initiative 688 - Minimum Wage Increase

YES

Won 66.14%

6/2/1998

CA Proposition 225 - Limiting Congressional Terms: Proposed U.S. Constitutional Amendment

YES

Won 52.89%

5/22/1998

Good Friday Agreement (Belfast Agreement)

YES

Won 71.12%

5/19/1998

Mesa, Az-1998- Proposition 100 (District System)

YES

Won 51.93%

5/19/1998

Mesa, Az-1998- Question 1 (Sales Tax)

YES

Won 56.46%

5/7/1998

Greater London Authority Referendum

YES

Won 70.92%

3/10/1998

Mesa, Az-1998- Proposition 200 (Smoking Regulations)

YES

Lost 31.11%

11/4/1997

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 54.01%

11/4/1997

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 62.14%

11/4/1997

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 62.27%

9/18/1997

Welsh National Assembly Referendum

YES

Won 50.12%

9/11/1997

Scottish Parliament Referendum

YES

Won 73.92%

11/5/1996

CA Proposition 209 - California Affirmative Action

YES

Won 54.55%

11/5/1996

CA Proposition 215 - Compassionate Use Act of 1996

YES

Won 55.58%

11/5/1996

WI Ballot Measure - Eligibility of Convicted Persons to Hold Public Office

YES

Won 70.40%

11/5/1996

AZ-1996-Proposition 300 (Increase salaries for Elected State Officers)

YES

Lost 48.70%

11/5/1996

AZ-1996-Proposition 100 (effective dates for some laws)

YES

Lost 40.90%

11/5/1996

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 69.98%

11/5/1996

AZ-1996-Proposition 101 (exempt some property from taxation)

YES

Won 51.51%

11/5/1996

AZ-1996-Proposition 102 (jurisdiction over juveniles)

YES

Won 62.98%

11/5/1996

Shall the name of Birmingham Township located in Delaware County, Pennsylvania be changed from Birmingham Township to Chadds Ford Township?

YES

Won 68.61%

11/5/1996

AZ-1996-Proposition 200 (Controlled substances and personal use or possession)

YES

Won 65.41%

11/5/1996

AZ-1996-Proposition 201 (gaming compacts between Arizona and Indian tribes)

YES

Won 63.93%

11/5/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Proposition 408 (Martin Luther King, Jr./Civil Rights Day)

YES

Won 52.19%

11/5/1996

AZ-1996-Proposition 203 (lottery revenues for health programs)

YES

Won 72.01%

11/5/1996

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 68.61%

3/26/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Question 6 (Parks, Recreational and Cultural)

YES

Won 59.74%

3/26/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Proposition 200 (Smoking Ban)

YES

Won 55.86%

3/26/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Question 7 (Streets)

YES

Won 64.25%

3/26/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Proposition 400 (Bed Tax)

YES

Won 64.26%

3/26/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Question 8 (Capital Improvement)

YES

Lost 42.58%

3/26/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Question 1 (Gas System)

YES

Won 58.68%

3/26/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Question 9 (Library Facilities)

YES

Won 62.63%

3/26/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Question 3 (Wastewater System)

YES

Won 65.40%

3/26/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Question 2 (Water System)

YES

Won 66.90%

3/26/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Question 4 (Fire Department)

YES

Won 73.51%

3/26/1996

Mesa, Az-1996- Question 5 (Law Enforcement)

YES

Won 70.79%

11/28/1995

CA State Assembly 67 Recall

R

Won 65.19%

11/7/1995

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 55.57%

11/7/1995

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 61.37%

11/7/1995

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 64.89%

11/7/1995

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 68.15%

10/30/1995

Quebec Sovereignty Referendum

YES

Lost 49.42%

4/4/1995

WI Ballot Measure - Sports Lottery

YES

Lost 36.06%

4/4/1995

WI Ballot Measure - Masculine Gender Pronouns

YES

Lost 45.24%

4/4/1995

WI Ballot Measure - Eligibility of Judges for Nonjudicial Office

YES

Lost 43.71%

11/28/1994

NOR Referendum: EU Membership

YES

Lost 47.82%

11/8/1994

CA Proposition 183 - Recall Elections: State Officers

YES

Won 67.47%

11/8/1994

CA Proposition 184 - Three Strikes Initiative

YES

Won 71.85%

11/8/1994

CA Proposition 186 - Health Services Tax

YES

Lost 26.58%

11/8/1994

CA Proposition 187 - Illegal Aliens. Ineligibility for Public Services. Verification and Reporting.

YES

Won 58.93%

11/8/1994

Measure 3 - Alaska State Capital in Wasilla

YES

Lost 45.33%

11/8/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 403

YES

Won 69.18%

11/8/1994

AZ-1994-Proposition 301 (Civil justice system)

YES

Lost 38.11%

11/8/1994

AZ-1994-Proposition 100 (Creating the office of the Lieutenant Governor)

YES

Lost 34.72%

11/8/1994

AZ-1994-Proposition 302 (Increase the salaries of Legislators)

YES

Lost 39.53%

11/8/1994

AZ-1994-Proposition 101 (Exchange of state trust land)

YES

Lost 40.68%

11/8/1994

AZ-1994-Proposition 102 (Personal property tax exemption for agricultural producers)

YES

Won 51.71%

11/8/1994

AZ-1994-Proposition 200 (Increase state taxes on tobacco products)

YES

Won 50.80%

11/8/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 401 (Democratic Choice Initiative)

YES

Lost 35.02%

11/8/1994

AZ-1994-Proposition 103 (The right to recover damages)

YES

Lost 39.43%

11/8/1994

AZ-1994-Proposition 201 (Ban the use of leghold traps, poisons and snares on public land)

YES

Won 58.50%

11/8/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 402 (People's Choice Initiative)

YES

Lost 34.89%

11/8/1994

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 57.69%

11/8/1994

AZ-1994-Proposition 300 (Establishing state criteria for takings)

YES

Lost 40.17%

6/3/1994

CA Proposition 179 - Murder: Punishment

YES

Won 87.71%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 103 (Council Meeting Notice)

YES

Won 87.78%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Question 1 (Water System)

YES

Won 69.17%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 104 (Property Maintenance/Housing Code)

YES

Lost 39.11%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Question 2 (Library Facilities)

YES

Won 62.65%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 105 (Board Residency)

YES

Won 76.13%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Question 3 (Solid Waste Recycling, Handling, and Disposal)

YES

Won 67.64%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 106 (Purchasing Limits)

YES

Lost 43.65%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 100 (Candidate Residency)

YES

Won 86.22%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Question 4 (Public Safety)

YES

Won 67.92%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 107 (Aligned Elections)

YES

Won 80.56%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 101 (Mayor's Term)

YES

Won 56.73%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 108 (Charter Amendment Deadline)

YES

Won 79.03%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 102 (Council Resignation)

YES

Won 83.34%

3/29/1994

Mesa, Az-1994- Proposition 109 (Charter and State Law Conform)

YES

Won 74.29%

11/2/1993

CA Proposition 174 - Education Vouchers

YES

Lost 30.49%

11/2/1993

Referred Law #1 - Legalized Gambling in Deadwood, SD

YES

Lost 44.49%

11/2/1993

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 76.18%

11/2/1993

Staten Island Secession

YES

Won 65.32%

11/2/1993

New York City - Term Limits

YES

Won 59.56%

4/6/1993

WI Ballot Measure - Pari-Mutuel On-Track Betting

YES

Won 51.95%

4/6/1993

WI Ballot Measure - Video Poker and Other Forms of Video Gambling

YES

Lost 33.75%

4/6/1993

WI Ballot Measure - Restriction of Gambling Casinos in the State

YES

Won 60.82%

4/6/1993

WI Ballot Measure - Gambling Casinos on Excursion Vessels

YES

Lost 43.51%

4/6/1993

WI Ballot Measure - Defining and Limiting Lottery in the Wisconsin Constitution and Moving the Divorce Provision to the General Law Section

YES

Won 58.91%

4/6/1993

WI Ballot Measure - Providing Rights for Victims of Crime

YES

Won 84.08%

4/6/1993

WI Ballot Measure - State-Operated Lottery

YES

Won 72.89%

11/3/1992

CA Proposition 161 - Death with Dignity: Physician Assisted Death

YES

Lost 45.87%

11/3/1992

WI Ballot Measure - Reducing Property Taxes on Residential and Agricultural Property by Income Tax Credits or Payments from State Revenues

YES

Lost 30.54%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 110 (Prohibit abortion except to save the mother’s life or in cases of reported rape or incest)

YES

Lost 31.46%

11/3/1992

Proposition A

YES

Won 62.47%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 104 (Adjustments to the base spending limit of a city, town or county)

YES

Won 54.89%

11/3/1992

Amendment #3

YES

Lost 49.93%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 200 (Wildlife management and the taking of wildlife on public lands)

YES

Lost 38.03%

11/3/1992

Proposition C

YES

Won 67.31%

11/3/1992

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 72.35%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 105 (Allow Pima and Maricopa counties to choose a charter form of government)

YES

Won 54.27%

11/3/1992

Amendment #4

YES

Won 85.49%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 300 (Establish a Martin Luther King, Jr./Civil Rights Day)

YES

Won 61.33%

11/3/1992

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 58.73%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 106 (Increase the maximum debt limit for school districts)

YES

Lost 35.53%

11/3/1992

Mesa, Az-1992- Question 1 (MLK Holiday for City Workers)

YES

Lost 49.20%

11/3/1992

Amendment #6

YES

Lost 43.63%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 100 (Repeal the runoff election provision)

YES

Won 67.06%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 301 (Increase the salaries of state legislators)

YES

Lost 34.89%

11/3/1992

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 73.42%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 107 (Limit terms of congressmen and state office holders)

YES

Won 74.21%

11/3/1992

Amendment #10

YES

Lost 39.44%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 101 (Extend the Mine Inspector’s term of office)

YES

Won 54.77%

11/3/1992

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 58.00%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 108 (Require a 2/3 vote for legislation increasing state revenues)

YES

Won 71.87%

11/3/1992

Amendment #12

YES

Won 75.04%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 102 (Allow the state to exchange state trust land for public or private lands)

YES

Lost 46.71%

11/3/1992

Amendment #1

YES

Lost 42.69%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 109 (Selection of appointed judges)

YES

Won 57.88%

11/3/1992

Amendment #13

YES

Won 74.02%

11/3/1992

AZ-1992-Proposition 103 (Require the death penalty to be administered by lethal injections)

YES

Won 76.77%

11/3/1992

Amendment #2

YES

Lost 42.37%

11/3/1992

Sacramento City Council- District 7

N

Lost 43.69%

11/3/1992

[FL] Limited Political Terms in Certain Elective Offices

YES

Won 76.77%

8/4/1992

Amendment #8

YES

Won 51.23%

8/4/1992

Amendment #9

YES

Lost 46.48%

8/4/1992

Amendment #11

YES

Won 77.82%

8/4/1992

Amendment #5

YES

Lost 43.22%

8/4/1992

Amendment #7

YES

Lost 32.63%

4/7/1992

WI Ballot Measure - Setting a General Effective Date for Any Legislative Compensation Increase

YES

Won 67.88%

4/7/1992

WI Ballot Measure - Authorizing Bonding For and Funding of Internal Improvements for Railways

YES

Won 58.33%

3/31/1992

Mesa, Az-1992- Proposition 103 (District System)

YES

Lost 24.56%

3/31/1992

Mesa, Az-1992- Question 1 (Sales Tax)

YES

Lost 28.14%

3/31/1992

Mesa, Az-1992- Proposition 100 (District System)

YES

Lost 41.97%

3/31/1992

Mesa, Az-1992- Proposition 101 (Council Meetings)

YES

Lost 36.32%

3/31/1992

Mesa, Az-1992- Proposition 102 (Council Ordinances)

YES

Won 51.75%

11/5/1991

WA Initiative 120 - Revision of Abortion Law

YES

Won 50.14%

11/5/1991

WA Initiative 119 - Death With Dignity

YES

Lost 46.40%

11/5/1991

Sunday Liquor Petition

YES

Won 52.90%

11/5/1991

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 84.56%

11/5/1991

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 78.12%

10/17/1991

BC Referendum - Citizen's Initiative

YES

Won 83.02%

10/17/1991

BC Referendum - Recall of Elected Officials

YES

Won 80.89%

4/2/1991

WI Ballot Measure - Providing Affordable Housing for Persons of Low or Moderate Income

YES

Lost 42.34%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 203 (Alter statutes regarding automobile insurance)

YES

Lost 14.90%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 103 (Establish a "classroom improvement program")

YES

Lost 34.02%

11/6/1990

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Lost 48.75%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 300 (Increase the salaries for elected state officials)

YES

Lost 32.57%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 104 (Provide victims of crimes with additional rights regarding the prosecution of criminals)

YES

Won 57.06%

11/6/1990

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 56.31%

11/6/1990

CA Proposition 140 - Term Limits for State Elected Officials

YES

Won 52.17%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 301 (Create a state holiday for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)

YES

Lost 24.64%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 105 (Compensation for motor vehicle accidents)

YES

Lost 17.29%

11/6/1990

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 53.23%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 302 (Restore Columbus Day as a state holiday, and create a state holiday for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day/Civil Rights Day)

YES

Lost 49.18%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 200 (Allow funding from the Lottery for State Parks)

YES

Won 62.13%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 100 (Exchange of state trust lands)

YES

Lost 45.10%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 201 (Create a state insurance board)

YES

Lost 21.99%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 101 (Change the allowed purposes a city or town may incur debt)

YES

Lost 37.37%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 202 (Alter state statutes regarding waste disposal)

YES

Lost 33.41%

11/6/1990

AZ-1990-Proposition 102 (Prescribe the jurisdiction for justice of the peace courts)

YES

Won 53.48%

4/3/1990

WI Ballot Measure - Limiting the Governor's Partial Veto Authority

YES

Won 60.52%

3/27/1990

Mesa, Az-1990-Question 1 (SRP Franchise)

YES

Won 64.95%

11/7/1989

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 69.22%

11/7/1989

NJ Public Question No. 5

YES

Won 76.96%

11/7/1989

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 71.23%

11/7/1989

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 60.44%

11/7/1989

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 67.41%

4/4/1989

WI Ballot Measure - Authorizing Income Tax Credits or Refunds for Property Taxes or Sales Taxes Due in this State

YES

Lost 49.93%

11/8/1988

Proposed Constitution

YES

Lost 24.82%

11/8/1988

AZ-1988-Proposition 103 (Remove constitutional requirement that a person must be a male to be eligible for a state office)

YES

Won 80.64%

11/8/1988

AZ-1988-Proposition 104 (Purposes for which a city or town may incur additional voter approved debt)

YES

Lost 43.89%

11/8/1988

AZ-1988-Proposition 105 (Governor must receive over half of vote to take office, runoff provisions)

YES

Won 56.39%

11/8/1988

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 69.84%

11/8/1988

AZ-1988-Proposition 106 (Arizonans for Official English)

YES

Won 50.50%

11/8/1988

AZ-1988-Proposition 300 (Increase salaries of state legislators’)

YES

Lost 41.23%

11/8/1988

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 68.78%

11/8/1988

AZ-1988-Proposition 100 (Repeal limit on terms for state treasurer)

YES

Lost 40.42%

11/8/1988

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 74.41%

11/8/1988

AZ-1988-Proposition 101 (Change the method used by the Corporation Commission to determine the value of public service corporations)

YES

Lost 33.60%

11/8/1988

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 78.76%

11/8/1988

AZ-1988-Proposition 102 (Judicial conduct)

YES

Won 64.47%

11/8/1988

English is the official language in Florida (Art. II, Sec. 9)

YES

Won 83.87%

11/3/1987

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 60.13%

11/3/1987

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 62.38%

11/3/1987

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Lost 32.75%

11/3/1987

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 68.90%

11/3/1987

NJ Public Question No. 5

YES

Won 70.61%

11/3/1987

NJ Public Question No. 6

YES

Lost 41.20%

4/28/1987

Mesa, Az-1987-Question 7 (Streets and Highway)

YES

Won 70.23%

4/28/1987

Mesa, Az-1987-Question 1 (Fire Prevention Facilities)

YES

Won 74.90%

4/28/1987

Mesa, Az-1987-Question 8 (Water System)

YES

Won 71.27%

4/28/1987

Mesa, Az-1987-Question 2 (Parks and Recreation)

YES

Won 61.17%

4/28/1987

Mesa, Az-1987-Question 3 (Public Buildings)

YES

Won 58.35%

4/28/1987

Mesa, Az-1987-Question 4 (Public Safety)

YES

Won 71.17%

4/28/1987

Mesa, Az-1987-Question 5 (Sanitary Sewer)

YES

Won 71.06%

4/28/1987

Mesa, Az-1987-Question 6 (Storm Sewer)

YES

Won 69.26%

4/7/1987

WI Ballot Measure - Authorizing Pari-Mutuel On-Track Betting

YES

Won 52.27%

4/7/1987

WI Ballot Measure - Authorizing the Creation of a Wisconsin State Lottery

YES

Won 65.35%

1/13/1987

Omaha, NE Mayor - Recall

N

Won 56.34%

11/4/1986

AZ-1986-Proposition 103 (Legislative limitations on personal injury damages)

YES

Lost 49.10%

11/4/1986

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 66.32%

11/4/1986

AZ-1986-Proposition 200 (Limit campaign contributions)

YES

Won 64.96%

11/4/1986

AZ-1986-Proposition 300 (Increase the salaries of state legislators’)

YES

Lost 37.03%

11/4/1986

AZ-1986-Proposition 100 (Corporation Commission regulation of telecommunication corporations)

YES

Lost 46.30%

11/4/1986

AZ-1986-Proposition 101 (Provide annual increase in the aggregate spending limits for school districts)

YES

Won 53.97%

11/4/1986

AZ-1986-Proposition 102 (Provide for elections to permanently adjust political subdivision expenditure limitation base)

YES

Lost 42.83%

11/4/1986

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 67.87%

4/1/1986

WI Ballot Measure - "Securing" the Inherent Rights of the People

YES

Won 86.52%

4/1/1986

WI Ballot Measure - Deletion of Obsolete Provision

YES

Won 78.88%

4/1/1986

WI Ballot Measure - Modernizing Constitutional Text

YES

Won 83.05%

4/1/1986

WI Ballot Measure - Suffrage Defined by General Law

YES

Won 82.85%

3/25/1986

Mesa, Az-1986-Proposition 301 (Home Rule)

YES

Won 63.29%

3/25/1986

Mesa, Az-1986-Proposition 101 (Elected Official)

YES

Won 87.48%

3/25/1986

Mesa, Az-1986-Proposition 102 (Pipelines/Roadways)

YES

Lost 49.48%

3/25/1986

Mesa, Az-1986-Proposition 103 (Capital Adoption)

YES

Won 67.57%

3/25/1986

Mesa, Az-1986-Proposition 104 (Bid Limit)

YES

Lost 49.70%

3/25/1986

Mesa, Az-1986-Proposition 105 (Design Review)

YES

Won 71.13%

11/5/1985

NJ Public Question No. 6

YES

Lost 37.80%

11/5/1985

Mesa, Az-1985-Proposition 101 (Performing Arts)

YES

Lost 26.86%

11/5/1985

NJ Public Question No. 7

YES

Lost 37.50%

11/5/1985

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 70.88%

11/5/1985

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 72.19%

11/5/1985

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 63.61%

11/5/1985

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 66.17%

11/5/1985

NJ Public Question No. 5

YES

Won 66.08%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 103 (Jurors chosen by judicial district, not county)

YES

Lost 38.21%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 110 (Regulation of health care institutions)

YES

Lost 40.52%

11/6/1984

NJ Public Question No. 6

YES

Won 78.14%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 104 (Appointments, terms and selection of Corporation Commission members)

YES

Lost 33.64%

11/6/1984

Amendment 7

YES

Won 60.01%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 200 (Create health care authority, regulate costs of health care)

YES

Lost 40.44%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 105 (Remove from Corporation Commission the power to issue certificates of incorporation or licenses)

YES

Lost 38.29%

11/6/1984

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 62.01%

11/6/1984

Amendment 3

YES

Won 50.02%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 300 (Prohibit limits on wages and hours on employees under public works contracts)

YES

Won 50.74%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 109 (Legislative authority to impose revenue limits on hospitals)

YES

Lost 43.01%

11/6/1984

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 61.81%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 100 (Initiative petitions be filed six months before the election)

YES

Lost 40.12%

11/6/1984

Amendment 1

YES

Won 61.55%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 301 (Health care cost containment, limit rate increases)

YES

Lost 48.61%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 106 (Provide for a five member Corporation Commission elected at large)

YES

Lost 49.80%

11/6/1984

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 64.36%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 101 (Expenditures of federal fund money)

YES

Lost 39.72%

11/6/1984

Amendment 5

YES

Won 69.87%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 302 (Health care cost containment)

YES

Lost 49.33%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 107 (Change how the Corporation Commission determines the value of public service corporations)

YES

Lost 48.39%

11/6/1984

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 85.83%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 102 (Prohibit strikes by public employees)

YES

Lost 44.20%

11/6/1984

Proposition B

YES

Lost 33.07%

11/6/1984

AZ-1984-Proposition 108 (Establish a state revenue commission)

YES

Lost 45.31%

11/6/1984

NJ Public Question No. 5

YES

Won 85.45%

11/8/1983

NJ Public Question No. 6

YES

Won 54.16%

11/8/1983

NJ Public Question No. 7

YES

Won 82.03%

11/8/1983

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 60.81%

11/8/1983

NJ Public Question No. 8

YES

Won 67.77%

11/8/1983

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 59.99%

11/8/1983

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 65.80%

11/8/1983

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 71.08%

11/8/1983

NJ Public Question No. 5

YES

Won 56.10%

10/1/1983

Zambia President

UNIP

Won 93.00%

9/20/1983

Mesa, Az-1983-Question 1 (Fire Prevention Facilities and Equipment)

YES

Won 82.86%

9/20/1983

Mesa, Az-1983-Question 2 (City Court Building)

YES

Won 72.29%

9/20/1983

Mesa, Az-1983-Question 3 (Water Systems)

YES

Won 80.37%

9/20/1983

Mesa, Az-1983-Question 4 (Sanitary Sewer)

YES

Won 80.04%

9/20/1983

Mesa, Az-1983-Question 5 (Storm Sewer)

YES

Won 80.32%

9/20/1983

Mesa, Az-1983-Question 6 (Streets and Highways)

YES

Won 79.26%

9/20/1983

Mesa, Az-1983-Question 7 (Parks and Recreation Improvements)

YES

Won 69.64%

4/26/1983

Shall Dianne Feinstein be recalled from the office of Mayor?

N

Lost 18.31%

4/5/1983

WI Ballot Measure - Radioactive Waste Disposal Site (Advisory)

YES

Lost 11.08%

11/2/1982

Amendment #11

YES

Lost 39.31%

11/2/1982

WI Ballot Measure - Election of Legislative Officers

YES

Won 83.46%

11/2/1982

Amendment #3

YES

Lost 49.39%

11/2/1982

Amendment #12

YES

Won 57.07%

11/2/1982

WI Ballot Measure - Deletion of 1881 Transitional Provision

YES

Won 79.38%

11/2/1982

Amendment #5

YES

Lost 44.36%

11/2/1982

WI Ballot Measure - Adjustment of Terms of Office for Justices of the Supreme Court

YES

Won 83.46%

11/2/1982

Proposition B

YES

Lost 35.22%

11/2/1982

WI Ballot Measure - Redistricting Correction

YES

Won 72.19%

11/2/1982

Amendment #6

YES

Lost 39.09%

11/2/1982

WI Ballot Measure - Repeal of Obsolete Provisions Relating to the 1977 Court Reorganization

YES

Won 78.77%

11/2/1982

Proposition C

YES

Won 53.18%

11/2/1982

WI Ballot Measure - Gender Neutral Wording

YES

Won 61.69%

11/2/1982

Amendment #8

YES

Lost 44.60%

11/2/1982

WI Ballot Measure - Repeal of Obsolete Provisions Relating to the 1848 Transition from Territory to Statehood

YES

Won 80.59%

11/2/1982

Proposition D

YES

Lost 38.61%

11/2/1982

Amendment #9

YES

Lost 38.61%

11/2/1982

WI Ballot Measure - Repeal of Draft Exemption Purchase

YES

Won 75.01%

11/2/1982

Amendment #10

YES

Won 57.30%

11/2/1982

WI Ballot Measure - Deletion of 1902 Transitional Provision

YES

Won 81.22%

11/2/1982

Amendment #2

YES

Lost 38.55%

11/2/1982

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 50.08%

11/2/1982

AZ-1982-Proposition 101 (Prohibit bail for persons charged with or convicted of a felony or who pose a danger to society)

YES

Won 81.01%

11/2/1982

AZ-1982-Proposition 203 (Repeal state control over public lands)

YES

Lost 42.88%

11/2/1982

NJ Public Question No. 5

YES

Lost 38.69%

11/2/1982

AZ-1982-Proposition 102 (Judicial salaries)

YES

Lost 25.18%

11/2/1982

AZ-1982-Proposition 300 (Increase state legislators’ salaries)

YES

Lost 32.51%

11/2/1982

AZ-1982-Proposition 103 (Tax exemption for certain property in slum or blighted areas)

YES

Lost 44.18%

11/2/1982

AZ-1982-Proposition 104 (Prescribing the composition of the State Board of Education)

YES

Lost 35.08%

11/2/1982

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 66.01%

11/2/1982

AZ-1982-Proposition 200 (Deposit and refund for alcoholic beverage containers)

YES

Lost 31.90%

11/2/1982

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 58.22%

11/2/1982

AZ-1982-Proposition 201 (Declare the last Sunday in May as Peace (nuclear freeze) Sunday)

YES

Lost 40.73%

11/2/1982

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 59.14%

11/2/1982

AZ-1982-Proposition 100 (Regulation of ambulances and ambulance services)

YES

Won 62.85%

11/2/1982

AZ-1982-Proposition 202 (Voter registration by driver’s license)

YES

Won 51.15%

9/14/1982

WI Ballot Measure - Nuclear Weapons Moratorium (Advisory)

YES

Won 75.78%

8/3/1982

Amendment #4

YES

Lost 35.74%

8/3/1982

Amendment #7

YES

Won 63.86%

4/6/1982

WI Ballot Measure - County Responsibility for Acts of Sheriff

YES

Won 58.99%

3/30/1982

Mesa, Az-1982-Proposition 101 (Liquor Sales at Centennial Hall)

YES

Won 51.18%

3/30/1982

Mesa, Az-1982-Proposition 301 (Home Rule)

YES

Won 53.96%

12/15/1981

Mesa, Az-1981-Question 3

YES

Won 80.86%

12/15/1981

Mesa, Az-1981-Question 4

YES

Won 80.02%

12/15/1981

Mesa, Az-1981-Question 5

YES

Won 79.10%

12/15/1981

Mesa, Az-1981-Question 6

YES

Won 80.73%

12/15/1981

Mesa, Az-1981-Question 1

YES

Won 81.11%

12/15/1981

Mesa, Az-1981-Question 2

YES

Won 81.61%

11/3/1981

NJ Public Question No. 6

YES

Won 68.02%

11/3/1981

NJ Public Question No. 7

YES

Won 53.34%

11/3/1981

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 64.53%

11/3/1981

NJ Public Question No. 8

YES

Won 58.11%

11/3/1981

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 63.14%

11/3/1981

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 61.47%

11/3/1981

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 57.12%

11/3/1981

NJ Public Question No. 5

YES

Won 67.83%

4/7/1981

WI Ballot Measure - Recall Elections

YES

Won 58.53%

4/7/1981

WI Ballot Measure - Creation of Corporations

YES

Won 69.15%

4/7/1981

WI Ballot Measure - Banking Laws

YES

Won 53.68%

4/7/1981

WI Ballot Measure - Bail Reform

YES

Won 73.15%

4/7/1981

WI Ballot Measure - Metropolitan Sewage Debt

YES

Won 60.66%

11/4/1980

South Jersey Secession Referendum

I

Won 50.90%

11/4/1980

WI Ballot Measure - Voting in Public Inland Lake Protection and Rehabilitation Districts

YES

Won 77.32%

11/4/1980

NJ Public Question No. 4

YES

Won 76.31%

11/4/1980

AZ-1980-Proposition 104 (Confinement of minors convicted as adults with adults)

YES

Lost 48.62%

11/4/1980

NJ Public Question No. 5

YES

Won 53.35%

11/4/1980

AZ-1980-Proposition 105 (Certain options regarding the right to sue for persons eligible for workman’s compensation)

YES

Won 56.01%

11/4/1980

NJ Public Question No. 6

YES

Lost 43.66%

11/4/1980

AZ-1980-Proposition 106 (Property Tax limitations, 2/3 vote to raise any other taxes)

YES

Lost 30.21%

11/4/1980

AZ-1980-Proposition 100 (Current officeholder running for another office)

YES

Won 69.11%

11/4/1980

NJ Public Question No. 7

YES

Lost 45.08%

11/4/1980

AZ-1980-Proposition 200 (Providing for a state lottery)

YES

Won 50.90%

11/4/1980

NJ Public Question No. 1

YES

Won 61.80%

11/4/1980

AZ-1980-Proposition 101 (All railroads common carriers and subject to control by law)

YES

Won 68.01%

11/4/1980

AZ-1980-Proposition 300 (Increase state legislators’ salaries)

YES

Won 55.06%

11/4/1980

NJ Public Question No. 2

YES

Won 55.40%

11/4/1980

AZ-1980-Proposition 102 (State Treasurer term limited to two consecutive elected terms)

YES

Won 65.95%

11/4/1980

NJ Public Question No. 3

YES

Won 74.94%

11/4/1980

AZ-1980-Proposition 103 (Private owned airports exempt from taxation)

YES

Lost 41.33%

5/20/1980

Quebec Sovereignty Referendum

YES

Lost 40.44%

9/25/1979

Mesa, Az-1979-Question 2

YES

Won 78.52%

9/25/1979

Mesa, Az-1979-Question 3

YES

Won 73.10%

9/25/1979

Mesa, Az-1979-Question 4

YES

Won 68.79%

9/25/1979

Mesa, Az-1979-Question 5

YES

Won 74.48%

9/25/1979

Mesa, Az-1979-Question 1

YES

Won 74.57%

4/3/1979

WI Ballot Measure - Gubernatorial Succession

YES

Won 74.20%

4/3/1979

WI Ballot Measure - Lieutenant Governor Vacancy

YES

Won 74.85%

4/3/1979

WI Ballot Measure - Senate Presiding Officer

YES

Won 53.27%

4/3/1979

WI Ballot Measure - Making the 4-Year Terms Understandable

YES

Won 76.41%

12/1/1978

Zambia President

UNIP

Won 100.00%

11/7/1978

WI Ballot Measure - Presidential Voting

YES

Won 64.83%

11/7/1978

WI Ballot Measure - Overseas Voting

YES

Won 55.68%

11/7/1978

AZ-1978-Proposition 101 (Limit state appropriations to a percentage of state personal income)

YES

Won 78.17%

11/7/1978

Amendment #9

YES

Won 60.64%

11/7/1978

Amendment #6

YES

Won 53.16%

11/7/1978

AZ-1978-Proposition 300 (Increase state legislators’ salaries)

YES

Lost 46.43%

11/7/1978

Amendment #10

YES

Won 50.54%

11/7/1978

Amendment #23

YES

Lost 39.98%

11/7/1978

Amendment #7

YES

Won 53.51%

11/7/1978

Amendment #8

YES

Won 72.72%

11/7/1978

Amendment #21

YES

Lost 45.67%

11/7/1978

AZ-1978-Proposition 100 (School district debt limits)

YES

Lost 35.62%

11/7/1978

Amendment #22

YES

Won 66.58%

8/13/1978

Cleveland, OH Mayor - Recall

N

Lost 49.90%

6/6/1978

CA Proposition 13 - People's Initiative to Limit Property Taxation

YES

Won 64.80%

5/2/1978

Mesa, Az-1978-Proposition 102

YES

Won 68.56%

5/2/1978

Mesa, Az-1978-Proposition 101

YES

Lost 27.77%

5/2/1978

Mesa, Az-1978-Proposition 103

YES

Lost 47.66%

5/2/1978

Mesa, Az-1978-Proposition 104

YES

Won 52.90%

4/4/1978

WI Ballot Measure - Town Government Uniformity

YES

Lost 31.83%

11/30/1977

Creating Los Padres County / Splitting Santa Barbara County

YES

Lost 22.00%

4/5/1977

WI Ballot Measure - Court System Disciplinary Proceedings

YES

Won 78.87%

4/5/1977

WI Ballot Measure - Mandatory Retirement Age

YES

Won 67.46%

4/5/1977

WI Ballot Measure - Conduct of Raffle Games

YES

Won 61.67%

4/5/1977

WI Ballot Measure - Court Reform

YES

Won 69.43%

4/5/1977

WI Ballot Measure - Appeals Court

YES

Won 66.51%

11/2/1976

WI Ballot Measure - Internal Improvements for Transportation Facilities

YES

Lost 43.59%

11/2/1976

AZ-1976-Proposition 200 (Legislative approval needed for nuclear facilities in Arizona)

YES

Lost 30.10%

11/2/1976

AZ-1976-Proposition 300 (Eliminate motor vehicle emissions inspections)

YES

Lost 46.89%

11/2/1976

AZ-1976-Proposition 100 (Commissions on appellate and trial court appointments)

YES

Won 65.94%

11/2/1976

AZ-1976-Proposition 101 (Judicial qualifications)

YES

Won 67.06%

11/2/1976

AZ-1976-Proposition 102 (State Senate must approve Governor appointments to the state board of education)

YES

Won 66.10%

11/2/1976

AZ-1976-Proposition 103 (State Senate must approve Governor appointments to university regents and educational governing boards)

YES

Won 65.19%

11/2/1976

AZ-1976-Proposition 104 (A director of Insurance will be appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the State Senate)

YES

Won 66.21%

4/6/1976

WI Ballot Measure - Municipal Indebtedness

YES

Lost 31.44%

7/1/1975

Seattle Mayor Recall

YES

Lost 36.75%

6/5/1975

United Kingdom European Communities Membership Referendum

YES

Won 67.23%

4/1/1975

WI Ballot Measure - Dueling

YES

Won 58.32%

4/1/1975

WI Ballot Measure - State Internal Improvements for Transportation Facilities

YES

Lost 49.99%

4/1/1975

WI Ballot Measure - Public Debt for Veterans Housing

YES

Won 56.24%

4/1/1975

WI Ballot Measure - Exclusions from Municipal Debt Limits

YES

Lost 47.88%

11/5/1974

AZ-1974-Proposition 101 (An amendment relating to Recall)

YES

Won 51.71%

11/5/1974

AZ-1974-Proposition 108 (Nonpartisan election of judges, retention votes)

YES

Won 53.72%

11/5/1974

AZ-1974-Proposition 102 (Minimum number of voters who must vote at election on bond issues or special assessments)

YES

Lost 41.28%

11/5/1974

AZ-1974-Proposition 300 (Privilege tax, food exemption, reimbursement tax)

YES

Lost 45.42%

11/5/1974

AZ-1974-Proposition 103 (20% debt limit for unified school districts)

YES

Won 55.06%

11/5/1974

AZ-1974-Proposition 104 (Public service corporations include private sewage disposal corporations)

YES

Won 58.83%

11/5/1974

AZ-1974-Proposition 105 (Use and distribution of vehicle, user and gasoline and diesel tax receipts)

YES

Lost 32.79%

11/5/1974

AZ-1974-Proposition 106 (Limit state appropriations to a percentage of state revenue)

YES

Lost 48.69%

11/5/1974

AZ-1974-Proposition 100 (Remove residency requirement for Governor)

YES

Lost 49.64%

11/5/1974

AZ-1974-Proposition 107 (Increase state legislators’ salaries)

YES

Lost 44.38%

4/2/1974

WI Ballot Measure - Taxation of Agricultural Lands

YES

Won 50.93%

4/2/1974

WI Ballot Measure - Retirement Benefits

YES

Won 55.66%

4/2/1974

WI Ballot Measure - Removal of Judges by Address

YES

Won 71.80%

3/19/1973

Irish Reunification - Vote On Union

YES

Won 98.92%

11/7/1972

CO - 1976 Olympic Winter Games Bond

YES

Won 59.44%

11/7/1972

CA Proposition 19 - Marijuana: Removal of Penalty for Personal Use

YES

Lost 33.47%

11/7/1972

AZ-1972-Proposition (Preemption by the state of income and luxury taxation)

YES

Won 100.00%

8/30/1972

BC Referendum - Time

YES

Lost 35.07%

4/4/1972

WI Ballot Measure - Use of School Buildings

YES

Won 74.52%

4/4/1972

WI Ballot Measure - Released Time for Religious Instruction

YES

Won 50.41%

4/4/1972

WI Ballot Measure - County Government Uniformity

YES

Won 52.58%

4/4/1972

WI Ballot Measure - County Coroner Option

YES

Won 71.06%

12/15/1970

Proposed Constitution

YES

Won 57.25%

11/3/1970

WA Referendum 20 - Changes in Abortion Law

YES

Won 56.49%

11/3/1970

AZ-1970-Proposition (Establish the Arizona sweepstakes lottery)

YES

Lost 0.00%

4/1/1969

WI Ballot Measure - Recreational Lands

YES

Won 52.83%

4/1/1969

WI Ballot Measure - State Debt

YES

Won 61.40%

4/1/1969

WI Ballot Measure - Vocational Education Control and Funding by State

YES

Lost 41.65%

4/1/1969

WI Ballot Measure - Water Pollution Abatement

YES

Won 64.40%

4/1/1969

WI Ballot Measure - County Government Uniformity

YES

Won 50.35%

11/5/1968

Proposed Constitution

YES

Won 72.41%

4/2/1968

WI Ballot Measure - Frequency of Legislative Sessions

YES

Won 71.45%

4/2/1968

WI Ballot Measure - Retirement Date for Justices and Circuit Judges

YES

Won 77.31%

4/2/1968

WI Ballot Measure - Forestry Appropriations and Taxation

YES

Won 69.49%

4/2/1968

WI Ballot Measure - Reserve Judge Service

YES

Won 73.40%

4/4/1967

WI Ballot Measure - Four-Year Term for Attorney General

YES

Won 62.35%

4/4/1967

WI Ballot Measure - Changing Judicial Salaries During Term of Office

YES

Won 59.88%

4/4/1967

WI Ballot Measure - Four-Year Term for Governor and Lieutenant Governor

YES

Won 63.25%

4/4/1967

WI Ballot Measure - Successive Terms for Sheriff

YES

Won 61.03%

4/4/1967

WI Ballot Measure - Single Ballot for Governor and Lieutenant Governor

YES

Won 61.90%

4/4/1967

WI Ballot Measure - Four-Year Term for Secretary of State

YES

Won 62.52%

4/4/1967

WI Ballot Measure - Four-Year Term for State Treasurer

YES

Won 62.02%

4/4/1967

WI Ballot Measure - Public Bus Transportation of Private School Students

YES

Won 56.72%

4/5/1966

WI Ballot Measure - Debt Limits of Local Governments

YES

Won 60.60%

4/5/1966

WI Ballot Measure - Legislators' Military Duty

YES

Won 65.68%

4/5/1966

WI Ballot Measure - Justice of the Peace Abolition

YES

Won 59.77%

4/6/1965

WI Ballot Measure - Lottery Amendment to Article IV

YES

Won 70.04%

4/6/1965

WI Ballot Measure - County Officers Amendment to Article VI

YES

Won 63.85%

11/3/1964

AZ-1964-Proposition (County officers, 4 year terms)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/3/1964

AZ-1964-Proposition (Inventories exempt from taxation)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/3/1964

AZ-1964-Proposition (Railroads; eliminating featherbedding)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/3/1964

AZ-1964-Proposition (Apportionment of state school funds)

YES

Won 100.00%

4/7/1964

WI Ballot Measure - Debt Limits of Local Governments

YES

Lost 37.06%

4/7/1964

WI Ballot Measure - Constitutional Amending Procedure

YES

Lost 35.31%

4/7/1964

WI Ballot Measure - Forestry Tax Appropriation

YES

Lost 45.10%

4/7/1964

WI Ballot Measure - Gasoline Tax Increase for Project 66 (Advisory)

YES

Lost 14.50%

4/2/1963

WI Ballot Measure - School Bonds

YES

Won 55.75%

4/2/1963

WI Ballot Measure - Legislative Apportionment

YES

Lost 45.67%

4/2/1963

WI Ballot Measure - Judicial Compensation

YES

Lost 39.17%

11/6/1962

WI Ballot Measure - Deletion of 'Indians not taxed'

YES

Won 70.86%

11/6/1962

WI Ballot Measure - Creation of County Executives

YES

Won 61.40%

11/6/1962

WI Ballot Measure - Presidential Election Privilege

YES

Won 73.22%

11/6/1962

WI Ballot Measure - County Executive Proceedings

YES

Won 62.14%

11/6/1962

AZ-1962-Proposition (Property taxation reappraisal)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/6/1962

AZ-1962-Proposition (Real estate agents may prepare instruments)

YES

Won 100.00%

4/4/1961

WI Ballot Measure - Municipal Eminent Domain Proceedings

YES

Won 57.31%

4/4/1961

WI Ballot Measure - Salary Increases for Public Officers

YES

Lost 49.13%

4/4/1961

WI Ballot Measure - Continuity of Civil Government

YES

Won 78.99%

4/4/1961

WI Ballot Measure - Classification of Property for Taxation

YES

Won 63.40%

4/4/1961

WI Ballot Measure - Debt Limitation for School Districts

YES

Won 64.59%

4/4/1961

WI Ballot Measure - Unlimited Tenure for Sheriffs

YES

Lost 42.20%

11/8/1960

WI Ballot Measure - Debt Limitation for Populous Counties

YES

Won 56.44%

11/8/1960

AZ-1960-Proposition (Increasing cities’ share of sales tax)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/8/1960

AZ-1960-Proposition (Revision of state court systems)

YES

Won 100.00%

8/9/1960

Initiative 1- Alaska Cook Inlet State Capital Initiative

YES

Lost 44.04%

4/5/1960

WI Ballot Measure - Improvement of Port Facilities

YES

Won 51.14%

11/4/1958

Prohibition Law

YES

Lost 16.67%

11/4/1958

AZ-1958-Proposition (Merit system, public employees)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/4/1958

AZ-1958-Proposition (Revise laws pertaining to Arizona State University)

YES

Won 100.00%

4/2/1957

WI Ballot Measure - Daylight Saving Time

YES

Won 54.63%

11/6/1956

AZ-1956-Proposition (Pre-marital blood test)

YES

Won 100.00%

4/3/1956

WI Ballot Measure - Dedication of Land

YES

Won 66.06%

4/3/1956

WI Ballot Measure - Teacher's Retirement Benefits

YES

Won 58.88%

4/3/1956

WI Ballot Measure - Railroad Passes for Public Use

YES

Lost 33.17%

4/3/1956

WI Ballot Measure - Removing Limitation on Terms of Sheriffs

YES

Lost 45.08%

4/5/1955

WI Ballot Measure - School Debt Limitation

YES

Won 58.35%

4/5/1955

WI Ballot Measure - Judicial Retirement

YES

Won 68.18%

11/2/1954

WI Ballot Measure - Eligibility to Vote for President and Vice President

YES

Won 57.02%

11/2/1954

WI Ballot Measure - Statewide Educational Television

YES

Lost 30.67%

4/7/1953

WI Ballot Measure - Terms of Justices and Judges

YES

Won 52.86%

4/7/1953

WI Ballot Measure - Method of Reapportionment

YES

Won 51.60%

11/4/1952

WI Ballot Measure - Apportionment of Legislature

YES

Lost 47.80%

11/4/1952

AZ-1952-Proposition (Labor organizations – secondary picketing)

YES

Won 100.00%

4/3/1951

WI Ballot Measure - Four-Year Terms for Constitutional Officers

YES

Lost 39.08%

4/3/1951

WI Ballot Measure - Taxation of Federal Land

YES

Won 62.13%

4/3/1951

WI Ballot Measure - Debt Limitation of Cities

YES

Won 62.05%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (Increase excise tax)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (Segregation in schools)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (Legalized gambling)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (Agricultural workers employment security)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (Merit system for peace officers)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (Employment security, extended benefits)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (Social security and welfare reform and regulation)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (Maintenance of kindergartens)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (Limit workmen’s compensation)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (Merit system, public employees)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (Local option, liquor)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1950

AZ-1950-Proposition (State Board of Education)

YES

Lost 0.00%

4/5/1949

WI Ballot Measure - Taxation of Federal Land

YES

Lost 45.22%

4/5/1949

WI Ballot Measure - Veterans Housing

YES

Won 51.73%

11/2/1948

WI Ballot Measure - Municipal Eminent Domain

YES

Lost 20.65%

11/2/1948

WI Ballot Measure - Veterans' Cash Bonus

YES

Lost 23.84%

11/2/1948

AZ-1948-Proposition (Public employees’ retirement)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/2/1948

AZ-1948-Proposition (Civil service)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/2/1948

AZ-1948-Proposition (Limitation to workmen’s compensation)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/2/1948

AZ-1948-Proposition (Highway patrol, merit system)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/4/1947

New York City - Repeal Proportional Representation

YES

Won 61.47%

4/1/1947

WI Ballot Measure - Daylight Saving Time

YES

Lost 45.19%

11/5/1946

WI Ballot Measure - Transportation of School Children

YES

Lost 44.53%

11/5/1946

WI Ballot Measure - Auditing of State Accounts

YES

Won 60.95%

11/5/1946

AZ-1946-Proposition (Right-to-work)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1946

AZ-1946-Proposition (Motor vehicle fuel tax)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1946

AZ-1946-Proposition (Right to work (2))

YES

Won 100.00%

4/2/1946

WI Ballot Measure - Limitations to Office of Sheriff

YES

Lost 41.59%

4/3/1945

WI Ballot Mesure - Justices of the Peace (First Class)

YES

Won 58.67%

4/3/1945

WI Ballot Mesure - State Aeronautical Program

YES

Won 64.91%

11/7/1944

AZ-1944-Proposition (Annuities for the disabled and blind)

YES

Lost 0.00%

4/4/1944

WI Ballot Measure - Tax on General Property for High School Aids

YES

Lost 24.20%

11/3/1942

AZ-1942-Proposition (Privilege tax, division)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1940

AZ-1940-Proposition (Establishing irrigation districts)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1940

AZ-1940-Proposition (Uniform auto lien tax)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1940

AZ-1940-Proposition (Tax free homes)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/5/1940

AZ-1940-Proposition (Proscribing the state levy for common and high school purposes)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1940

AZ-1940-Proposition (Fixing the motor fuel tax and the distribution and use thereof)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/5/1940

AZ-1940-Proposition (To permit and authorize the licensing of gambling)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/5/1940

AZ-1940-Proposition (Tax limitation)

YES

Lost 0.00%

4/2/1940

WI Ballot Measure - Teachers' Tenure Law

YES

Won 52.01%

4/2/1940

WI Ballot Measure - Installment Payment of Real Estate Taxes

YES

Won 71.06%

11/8/1938

AZ-1938-Proposition (Tax free homes)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/8/1938

AZ-1938-Proposition (All appointed members of boards and commissions terms conterminous with Governor)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/8/1938

AZ-1938-Proposition (Legislators not eligible for appointment to public office)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/3/1936

WI Ballot Measure - Free Passes

YES

Won 50.29%

11/3/1936

New York City - Implement Proportional Representation

YES

Won 62.45%

11/6/1934

WI Ballot Measure - Suffrage

YES

Won 71.14%

11/6/1934

To turn the Nebraska State Legislature into a Unicameral Non-Partisan legislature

YES

Won 59.70%

11/6/1934

AZ-1934-Proposition (Create a board of Naturopathic Examiners)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/6/1934

AZ-1934-Proposition (Legislature, nepotism, rules)

YES

Lost 0.00%

4/3/1934

WI Ballot Measure - Old Age Pensions

YES

Won 77.47%

4/4/1933

WI Ballot Measure - Ratification of Repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment

YES

Won 82.12%

11/8/1932

WI Ballot Measure - Municipal Indebtedness for Utilities

YES

Won 58.93%

11/8/1932

WI Ballot Measure - Correcting "Impeachments"

YES

Won 66.31%

11/8/1932

WI Ballot Measure - Repealing Salary of Governor

YES

Won 62.19%

11/8/1932

WI Ballot Measure - Repealing Salary of Lt. Governor

YES

Won 61.56%

11/8/1932

AZ-1932-Proposition (Abolishment of 18 boards)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/8/1932

AZ-1932-Proposition (Limit on state expenditures)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/8/1932

AZ-1932-Proposition (Abolishment of the Industrial Commission)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/8/1932

AZ-1932-Proposition (Repeal of Prohibition)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/8/1932

AZ-1932-Proposition (Gasoline tax distribution)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/8/1932

AZ-1932-Proposition (Chiropractors)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/8/1932

AZ-1932-Proposition (Limit on county expenditures)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/8/1932

AZ-1932-Proposition (Legislature, apportionment)

YES

Won 100.00%

4/5/1932

WI Ballot Measure - Sunday Blue Law Repeal

YES

Won 59.33%

7/13/1931

Seattle Mayor Recall

YES

Won 62.01%

4/7/1931

WI Ballot Measure - County Distribution of Auto Licenses

YES

Lost 33.26%

11/4/1930

WI Ballot Measure - Governor's Veto

YES

Won 62.18%

11/4/1930

AZ-1930-Proposition (Auto tax exemption)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/4/1930

AZ-1930-Proposition (Authorize issuance and sale of state highway bonds)

YES

Lost 0.00%

4/2/1929

WI Ballot Measure - Repeal of Severson Act

YES

Won 63.29%

4/2/1929

WI Ballot Measure - Legislators' Salaries

YES

Won 52.71%

4/2/1929

WI Ballot Measure - Decriminalization of Alcohol

YES

Won 61.60%

4/2/1929

WI Ballot Measure - Term of Sheriffs

YES

Won 55.19%

11/6/1928

AZ-1928-Proposition (Create a Commissioner of State Finance)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/6/1928

AZ-1928-Proposition (Create a Board of Equalization)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/6/1928

AZ-1928-Proposition (Create a motor vehicle department)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/6/1928

AZ-1928-Proposition (Medical liberty)

YES

Lost 0.00%

4/5/1927

WI Ballot Measure - Legislators' Pay

YES

Lost 43.24%

4/5/1927

WI Ballot Measure - Taxation of Forests and Minerals

YES

Lost 11.21%

11/2/1926

WI Ballot Measure - Memorializing Congress in Favor of Beer

YES

Won 66.30%

11/2/1926

AZ-1926-Proposition (Highway Department, finance bill)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/2/1926

AZ-1926-Proposition (Automobile tax reduction)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/2/1926

WI Ballot Measure - To Increase Compensation of Governor

YES

Won 51.77%

11/2/1926

WI Ballot Measure - Recall of Elective Public Officers

YES

Won 50.58%

11/3/1925

AZ-1925-Proposition (Tenure of state officers)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/4/1924

WI Ballot Measure - Appropriate Money for Forestry

YES

Won 65.96%

11/4/1924

WI Ballot Measure - Home Rule for Cities and Villages

YES

Won 61.19%

11/4/1924

WI Ballot Measure - Additional Circuit Judges

YES

Won 51.46%

11/4/1924

AZ-1924-Proposition (Horse racing board)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/4/1924

AZ-1924-Proposition (Hassayampa-Colorado Highway bonds)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/4/1924

AZ-1924-Proposition (Colorado River appropriations)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/4/1924

AZ-1924-Proposition (Highway Commission)

YES

Lost 0.00%

4/1/1924

WI Ballot Measure - Legislative Compensation Increase

YES

Lost 43.11%

11/7/1922

WI Ballot Measure - Indebtedness of Municipal Corporations

YES

Lost 32.41%

11/7/1922

WI Ballot Measure - Sheriffs Succeeding Themselves

YES

Lost 43.82%

11/7/1922

WI Ballot Measure - Trial by Jury

YES

Won 52.24%

11/7/1922

AZ-1922-Proposition (Hassayampa-Colorado Highway bonds)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1922

AZ-1922-Proposition (Change existing educational statutes)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/2/1920

WI Ballot Measure - Prohibition Enforcement

YES

Won 67.72%

11/2/1920

AZ-1920-Proposition (Reclamation)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/2/1920

AZ-1920-Proposition (Establishment of Counties)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/2/1920

AZ-1920-Proposition (Civil service)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/2/1920

AZ-1920-Proposition (Game and fish conservation)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/2/1920

AZ-1920-Proposition (Publication of teachers salaries)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/2/1920

AZ-1920-Proposition (Establish a State Highway Department)

YES

Lost 0.00%

4/6/1920

WI Ballot Measure - Decrease of Circuit Courts/Increase of Judges

YES

Lost 49.23%

4/6/1920

WI Ballot Measure - Pay of Legislators Fixed by Law

YES

Lost 48.83%

9/2/1919

WI Ballot Measure - Soldier Bonus Law

YES

Won 74.30%

11/5/1918

AZ-1918-Proposition (State Lands)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1918

AZ-1918-Proposition (Vaccination of minors)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1918

AZ-1918-Proposition (Workmen’s compensation)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/5/1918

AZ-1918-Proposition (Limit sale of agricultural and grazing land)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1918

AZ-1918-Proposition (Reinstating the death penalty)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1918

AZ-1918-Proposition (Leasing of state lands)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/5/1918

AZ-1918-Proposition (Legislative representation)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/7/1916

AZ-1916-Proposition (Workman’s compensation)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1916

AZ-1916-Proposition (Abolish the senate and establish a unicameral legislature)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1916

AZ-1916-Proposition (Create laws associated with divorce)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1916

AZ-1916-Proposition (Abolish the death penalty)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/7/1916

AZ-1916-Proposition (Establish a department of labor)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1916

AZ-1916-Proposition (Local option)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1916

AZ-1916-Proposition (Hire a state architect)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1916

AZ-1916-Proposition (Legislative redistricting)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/7/1916

AZ-1916-Proposition (Fish and game regulation)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/7/1916

AZ-1916-Proposition (To amend the prohibition act)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/2/1915

PA Women's Suffrage Amendment

YES

Lost 46.63%

11/3/1914

WI Ballot Measure - Constitution Amended Upon Petition

YES

Lost 31.30%

11/3/1914

WI Ballot Measure - Recall of Civil Officers

YES

Lost 36.12%

11/3/1914

WI Ballot Measure - Ratification of Constitutional Amendments After 3-5 Approval By One Legislature

YES

Lost 30.85%

11/3/1914

WI Ballot Measure - Municipal Powers of Eminent Domain

YES

Lost 28.29%

11/3/1914

WI Ballot Measure - Initiative and Referendum

YES

Lost 36.38%

11/3/1914

WI Ballot Measure - Home Rule of Cities and Villages

YES

Lost 37.81%

11/3/1914

WI Ballot Measure - State Insurance

YES

Lost 26.06%

11/3/1914

WI Ballot Measure - Decrease in Judicial Circuits

YES

Lost 29.02%

11/3/1914

WI Ballot Measure - Pay of Legislators $600 A Year

YES

Lost 30.48%

11/3/1914

WI Ballot Measure - State Annuity Insurance

YES

Lost 26.02%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Assessment, by owner)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Highway bonds)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Expositions appropriations)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Prohibition elections)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Employment of non-citizens)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Providing for statewide prohibition)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Governor and legislature can not override initiative or referendum)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Abolishing the death penalty)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Placing of electric poles)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Taxes, delinquent)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Create Miami County)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Prohibit blacklisting)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Industrial pursuits)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (State reclamation services)

YES

Lost 0.00%

11/3/1914

AZ-1914-Proposition (Old age pensions)

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1912

WI Ballot Measure - Women's Suffrage

YES

Lost 37.41%

11/5/1912

WI Ballot Measure - Salary of Supreme Court Judges

YES

Won 56.25%

11/5/1912

WI Ballot Measure - Extending Time for Debts for Land

YES

Won 57.00%

11/5/1912

WI Ballot Measure - Acquisition of State Land

YES

Won 58.83%

11/5/1912

Amendment #6

YES

Lost 14.57%

11/5/1912

AZ-1912-Proposition (To permit women’s suffrage)

YES

Won 66.67%

11/5/1912

Amendment #7

YES

Lost 16.94%

11/5/1912

Amendment #1

YES

Lost 36.09%

11/5/1912

Amendment #8

YES

Lost 36.19%

11/5/1912

Amendment #2

YES

Lost 25.89%

11/5/1912

Amendment #9

YES

Lost 27.83%

11/5/1912

Amendment #3

YES

Lost 23.26%

11/5/1912

Amendment #4

YES

Lost 31.28%

11/5/1912

Amendment #5

YES

Lost 28.23%

11/8/1910

WI Ballot Measure - Apportionment

YES

Won 50.99%

11/8/1910

WI Ballot Measure - Legislative Compensation

YES

Lost 36.69%

11/8/1910

WI Ballot Measure - Internal Improvements

YES

Won 57.63%

11/8/1910

Question 8 - Women's Suffrage

YES

Lost 40.79%

11/3/1908

WI Ballot Measure - Approval of Bills by the Governor

YES

Won 75.98%

11/3/1908

WI Ballot Measure - Electors

YES

Won 70.19%

11/3/1908

WI Ballot Measure - Internal Improvements

YES

Won 71.34%

11/3/1908

WI Ballot Measure - Taxes on Incomes, Privileges, and Occupations

YES

Won 69.43%

4/3/1906

WI Ballot Measure - Pocket Ballots and Coupon Voting Systems

YES

Lost 29.25%

11/8/1904

WI Ballot Measure - Primary Law

YES

Won 61.97%

4/7/1903

WI Ballot Measure - Seven Justices of the Supreme Court

YES

Won 56.31%

11/4/1902

WI Ballot Measure - Prohibiting Free Passes

YES

Won 62.48%

11/4/1902

WI Ballot Measure - Authorization of General Banking Law

YES

Won 59.23%

11/4/1902

WI Ballot Measure - State Superintendent of Public Instruction

YES

Won 55.48%

11/8/1898

Amendment to Art. 6 of State Const. - Elective Franchise on Women

YES

Lost 40.35%

11/8/1898

WI Ballot Measure - Revision of the State Banking Law

YES

Lost 48.40%

4/6/1897

WI Ballot Measure - Circuit Judges, Populous Counties

YES

Won 52.47%

11/3/1896

WI Ballot Measure - Salary of State Superintendent

YES

Lost 40.68%

11/8/1892

WI Ballot Measure - Forbidding Special Incorporation of Cities

YES

Won 63.32%

10/1/1889

WA Territory - Approval of Constitution

U

Won 77.17%

4/2/1889

WI Ballot Measure - Supreme Court Composed of "Justices of Supreme Court"

YES

Won 89.53%

11/6/1888

WI Ballot Measure - State Superintendent - Election When Legislature Directs

YES

Lost 41.42%

11/2/1886

WI Ballot Measure - Women Suffrage Upon School Matters

YES

Won 52.77%

11/7/1882

WI Ballot Measure - Suffrage to Colored People - Registration Authorized

YES

Won 87.14%

11/7/1882

WI Ballot Measure - Terms of Sheriffs and Other County Officers

YES

Won 88.14%

11/8/1881

WI Ballot Measure - Terms of Assemblymen and Senators

YES

Won 79.34%

11/6/1877

WI Ballot Measure - One Chief and Four Associate Justices

YES

Won 82.52%

11/6/1877

WI Ballot Measure - Appropriations Only By Law

YES

Won 90.74%

11/7/1876

WI Ballot Measure - Incorporation of Savings Banks

YES

Won 56.76%

11/3/1874

WI Ballot Measure - Limiting Indebtedness of Municipalities

YES

Won 97.77%

11/5/1872

WI Ballot Measure - One Chief and Four Associate Justices

YES

Lost 35.35%

11/7/1871

WI Ballot Measure - Private and Local Laws

YES

Won 93.64%

11/8/1870

WI Ballot Measure - Grand Jury

YES

Won 72.44%

2/19/1870

Santo Domingo Annexation by the United States

YES

Lost 99.91%

11/2/1869

WI Ballot Measure - Gubernatorial Salary

YES

Won 53.14%

11/3/1868

WI Ballot Measure - Abolition of the Bank Comptroller

YES

Won 88.83%

11/30/1867

NC Referendum - New Constitution

YES

Won 100.00%

11/5/1867

WI Ballot Measure - Amending General Banking Law

YES

Won 79.45%

11/5/1867

WI Ballot Measure - Salary of Legislators

YES

Won 70.50%

11/6/1866

WI Ballot Measure - Incorporation of Banking Associations

YES

Won 72.19%

11/7/1865

WI Ballot Measure - Extending Suffrage to Colored Persons

YES

Lost 45.59%

11/30/1864

NC Slavery Abolition Referendum

YES

Won 83.37%

11/4/1862

WI Ballot Measure - Incorporation of Banking Associations

YES

Won 85.58%

11/4/1862

WI Ballot Measure - Gubernatorial Salary

YES

Lost 30.81%

11/5/1861

WI Ballot Measure - Amending General Banking Law

YES

Won 95.82%

5/23/1861

VA Referendum on Secession

YES

Won 86.08%

1/31/1861

NC Secession Referendum

YES

Lost 49.65%

11/2/1858

WI Ballot Measure - Amending General Banking Law

YES

Won 90.58%

11/3/1857

WI Ballot Measure - Extending Suffrage to Colored Persons

YES

Lost 40.58%

11/7/1854

WI Ballot Measure - Biennial Sessions (III)

YES

Lost 36.81%

11/7/1854

WI Ballot Measure - Biennial Sessions (II)

YES

Lost 34.82%

11/7/1854

WI Ballot Measure - Biennial Sessions (I)

YES

Lost 36.12%

11/8/1853

WI Ballot Measure - Prohibitory Liquor Law

YES

Won 53.30%

11/2/1852

WI Ballot Measure - General Banking Law

YES

Won 79.03%

11/4/1851

WI Ballot Measure - Banks or No Banks

YES

Won 77.42%

11/6/1849

WI Ballot Measure - Extending Suffrage to Colored Persons

YES

Won 56.37%


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