2000 General Election Measures
(Updated 8/3/2000 Final)
Signature Requirements:     Constitutional = 89,048                                               Statutory = 66,786
 
I.D. #
C/S
Paid
Circulators?
Certified Ballot Title
# of Reported Signatures
# of Unverified Signatures
# of Estimated Valid Signatures
Measure #
Referral
SJR 2
C
N/A
Amends Constitution: Authorizes New Standards, Priorities For Veterans' Loans; Expands Qualified Recipients
N/A
N/A
N/A
83
Referral
SJR 39
C
N/A
Amends Constitution: State Must Continue Paying Local Governments For State-Mandated Programs
N/A
N/A
N/A
84
Referral
HJR 28
C
N/A
Amends Constitution: Modifies Population, Minimum Area Requirements For Formation Of New Counties
N/A
N/A
N/A
85
Referral
HJR 17
C
N/A
Amends Constitution: Requires Refunding General Fund Revenues Exceeding State Estimates To Taxpayers
N/A
N/A
N/A
86
Referral
HJR 52
C
N/A
Amends Constitution: Allows Regulation Of Location Of Sexually Oriented Businesses Through Zoning
N/A
N/A
N/A
87
Referral
SB 535
S
N/A
Increases Maximum Deductible In Oregon For Federal Income Taxes Paid
N/A
N/A
N/A
88
Referral
HB 2007
S
N/A
Dedicates Tobacco Settlement Proceeds To Specified Health, Housing, Transportation Programs
N/A
N/A
N/A
89
               
Refnd'm
3220
S
Yes
Authorizes Rates Giving Utilities Return On Investments In Retired Property
69,118
67,562
53,489 (88.8%)
90
Initiative
10
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Makes Federal Income Taxes Fully Deductible On Oregon Tax Returns
118,486
(1st & 2nd submittals)
120,172
96,297 (80.13%)
91
Initiative
25
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Prohibits Payroll Deductions For Political Purposes Without Specific Written Authorization
133,708
(1st & 2nd submittals)
131,375
95,999 (73.07%)
92
Initiative
47
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Voters Must Approve Most Taxes, Fees; Requires Certain Approval Percentage
130,293
(1st & 2nd submittals)
129,757
96,693 (74.52%)
93
Initiative
43
S
Yes
Repeals Mandatory Minimum Sentences For Certain Felonies, Requires Resentencing
109,058
(1st & 2nd submittals)
102,055
70,883 (69.46%)
94
Initiative
29
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Student Learning Determines Teacher Pay; Qualifications, Not Seniority, Determine Retention
134,425
(1st & 2nd submittals)
134,463
94,751 (70.47%)
95
Initiative
63
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Prohibits Making Initiative Process Harder, Except Through Initiative; Applies Retroactively
136,187
(1st & 2nd submittals)
134,431
96,023 (71.43%)
96
Initiative
81
S
No
Bans Body-Gripping Animal Traps, Some Poisons; Restricts Fur Commerce
102,815
(1st & 2nd submittals)
104,490
86,175 (82.47%)
97
Initiative
24
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Prohibits Using Public Resources For Political Purposes; Limits Payroll Deductions
131,570
(1st & 2nd submittals)
129,583
93,962 (72.51%)
98
Initiative
104
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Creates Commission Ensuring Quality Home Care Services For Elderly, Disabled
125,123
124,668
93,294 (74.83%)
99
Initiative
90
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Legislature Must Fund School Quality Goals Adequately; Report; Establish Grants
136,418
134,049
93,596 (69.82%)
1
Initiative
71
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Creates Process For Requiring Legislature To Review Administrative Rules
115,525
123,826
92,620 (74.80%)
2
Initiative
130
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Requires Conviction Before Forfeiture; Restricts Proceeds Usage; Requires Reporting, Penalty
137,022
136,408
100,363 (73.58%)
3
Initiative
133
S
Yes
Dedicates Tobacco-Settlement Proceeds; Earnings Fund Low-Income Health Care
106,334
104,317
77,082 (73.89%)
4
Initiative
99
S
Yes
Expands Circumstances Requiring Background Check Before Transfer Of Firearm
92,160
88,556
70,014 (79.06%)
5
Initiative
69
S
Yes
Provides Public Funding To Candidates Who Limit Spending, Private Contributions
101,641
98,711
76,472 (77.47%)
6
Initiative
46
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Requires Payment To Landowner If Government Regulation Reduces Property Value
114,732
141,251
100,092 (70.86%)
7
Initiative
88
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Limits State Appropriations To Percentage Of State's Prior Personal Income
138,000
137,123
95,742 (69.82%)
8
Initiative
16
S
No
Prohibits Public School Instruction Encouraging, Promoting, Sanctioning Homosexual, Bisexual Behaviors
83,281
82,817
70,922 (85.64%)
9

Total Initiatives: 21 (14 Constitutional; 7 Statutory)

Total Referenda: 1 (Statutory)

Total Referrals: 7 (5 Constitutional; 2 Statutory)

Total 1998 General Election Measures: 14

Deadline for Initiative Petition Signature Submission: 7/7/2000

Verification Process Completed/Measure #'s Assigned: 8/2/2000

Initiative Drive Contribution and Expenditure Reports Due: 7/24/2000
Number of Initiative Petitions Requiring a 2nd Signature Sampling: 12 (10, 16, 25, 47, 43, 29, 63, 66, 71, 84, 81, 24)
Number of Initiative Petitions Submitted by the 165th Day Before the Election: 9 (10, 25, 47, 43, 29, 63, 84, 81, 24)

Initiatives filed, not qualified
 
I.D. #
C/S
Paid
Circulators?
Certified Ballot Title
# of Reported Signatures
# of Unverified Signatures
# of Estimated Valid Signatures
Measure #
Initiative
42
S
Yes
Permits Sale Of Marijuana To Adults Through State Liquor Stores
78,640
44,726
Not enough signatures to continue verification
Did not qualify
Initiative
66
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Restitution And Mandatory Life Imprisonment Without Parole Replace Death Penalty
112,142
106,665
81,458 (76.37%)
Did not qualify
Initiative
84
C
Yes
Amends Constitution: Establishes Right To Prepay State Real Estate Loans Without Penalty
99,761
98,634
67,872 (68.81%)
Did not qualify