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Age requirement for mayors - HB 112: HCS
Alcoholic beverages on election day, sale of - SB 40: HFA (3),(4)
Area commission, referendum dissolution petition, 120 days to get signatures - SB 62: SCS
Attorney
General, nonpartisan elected official - SB 5
General, non-partisan system - SB 5: SFA (1)
Campaign
contributions - SB 66
finance reports, thresholds and electronic filing - SB 66
Candidate filings, verification of addresses - SB 211
Candidates for Governor, running mate, delay selection of - HB 158
Casino
gambling at no more than seven locations, constitutional amendment - SB 151: SCS, SFA (1),(2),(3),(4)
gaming at horse racing tracks, two other locations, constitutional amendment - SB 151
Casinos
and gaming at horse racing tracks, constitutional amendment to let county voters decide - HB 45
and gaming at horse racing tracks, constitutional amendment to let voters decide - SB 18: HFA (3),(6)
and wagering on sporting events, constitutional amendment to permit - SB 18: HFA (1)
Centralized voting centers, study of - HCR 100
Charter county government, exempt any city not voting for merger from charter county - HB 189
Committee
on Legislative and Congressional Redistricting, establishment of - HB 302: HFA (2)
on Legislative Redistricting - SB 210
on Legislative Redistricting, establishment of - HB 304, 407; SB 18: HFA (4),(5)
Congressional
districts, redistricting, statewide plan - SB 59
districts, statewide plan - HB 2; HB 2: SCS; HB 302: SCS, HCS
Consolidation, election for consolidation - HB 204: HFA (1)
Constitutional
amendment, abolish office of Constable - SB 30
amendment, abolition of office of constable - HB 240
amendment, even-year sessions of General Assembly, length of - SB 22
amendment, General Assembly, authority to review administrative regulations - SB 10; HB 213
amendment, General Assembly, compensation suspended - HB 413
Council and mayoral positions, minimum age requirement, lower - HB 112
Counties, voluntary unification - HB 204: HCS
County
consolidation, funds for special election, from state - HB 204
consolidation, special election for - HB 204
Dewayne Bunch Act, citation as - HB 293: HFA (1)
Electronic filing of campaign finance reports by statewide candidates, slates, and their committees - HB 90
Felons' voting rights, constitutional amendment to provide - HB 70
Filing
deadline for congressional candidates, extension of - HB 302, 303; HB 2: CCR; HB 302: SCS
deadline of state legislative and appellate judicial candidates, extension of - HB 302: HFA (1); HB 303: HFA (1)
deadlines and primary, change date of - SB 7
General
Assembly, district numbers, elections following redistricting - SB 18: SFA (1)
Assembly, odd-numbered year sessions, budget enacted in - SB 106
Assembly, terms of office - HB 406
Governor and Lieutenant Governor, no campaign contribution from legislative agent - HB 109
Legislative
Advisory Reapportionment and Redistricting Commission, establishment of - HB 310
districts created by redistricting, delay effect date until January 1, of the next year - HB 359
ethics, changes to code - HB 151
Local
option election for casino gaming - HB 46
option election laws, creation of task force to study - HCR 196
option elections, casino gaming approval for - HB 140, 468
option elections, day of election, primary or regular election - SB 179: SCS
option elections, petition requirements, day of election, primary or regular election - SB 179
Merged
governments, cities may opt out of merger, clarify voter rights - HB 189: SCS
governments, exemptions for certain cities - SB 78; HB 190
governments, voting requirements for. - HB 190: HFA (1)
Merger of governments, ratification of election, additional requirements for - HB 189: HCS
Office of State Treasurer, abolition of - SB 51
Petitions
for local option elections, requirements for - SB 179: SFA (1)
for local referendum, requirements for - SB 123; SB 123: SFA (1)
Planning
commission, referendum dissolution petition requirements - SB 62
commission, referendum dissolution petition, percentage of signatures needed, 15% - SB 62: SFA (1)
Precinct election officers, absentee voting - HB 84
Preferential voting in elections, study of - HCR 197
Presidential election by national popular vote, compact for - HB 141
Public financing for Supreme Court judicial races, establishment of - HB 230
Redistricting plans, standards for drawing, constitutional amendment - SB 205; SB 18: SFA (2)
Redistricting, standards for, proposed constitutional amendment - SB 18
Refund of filing fee, requirement of - HB 537
Registration forms, information to include - HB 515
Representative districts, statewide plan - HB 248, 284, 292, 318, 370; HB 1: HFA (1)
Representative, Senatorial, and Supreme Court districts, statewide plan - HB 1; HB 1: HCS
Schools, polling places in - SB 21
Senatorial
and Congressional districts, statewide plan - SB 60
and Representative districts, statewide plan - HB 1: SCS, SCA (1)
districts, statewide plan - HB 1: SFA (1)
Slate of candidates, designation of Lieutenant Governor candidate after primary - HB 109
Special elections for General Assembly, conducted in one location if only one candidate qualifies - HB 293; HB 293: HCS
U.S. Constitution, amendment to clarify meaning of protected free speech in elections, support of - SR 124
Voter identification, omnibus bill on - HB 520
Voting rights restored to certain felons, voter's pledge, must sign - HB 70: HFA (1)

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