Your 2014 State Questions

Only three this time around, and two of them are kissing cousins. (Okay, they’re not about cousins, or kissing either, but they did sort of grow up together.) As always, I have my own take on all the measures under consideration, and also the ones that aren’t.





3 comments

  1. McGehee »

    1 October 2014 · 10:45 am

    Okay, they’re not about cousins, or kissing either

    Thank goodness. Oklahoma only borders Arkansas, after all.

  2. Roger Green »

    2 October 2014 · 9:51 pm

    Interesting. Usually, ballot initiatives come up in odd years in NYS, because they have to be passed by two different legislative sessions. With two-year terms, they are usually passed in, say 2012 (the end of one session) and then 2013 (the beginning of the next session) and voted on in 2013.

  3. CGHill »

    2 October 2014 · 10:25 pm

    A single session is all that’s required here, and they always end up on the general-election ballot — if, of course, they jump through all the various hoops set up by state law. I started doing missing-number reports because sometimes those stories were more interesting than the stories of the measures that did make it to the ballot.

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