Secretary of State Rolando Pablos drew the ballot positions for the seven proposed constitutional amendments on the November 2017 general election ballot:

  • Prop 1 is HJR 21, regarding property tax exemptions for property donated to partially disabled veterans and their spouses
  • Prop 2 is SJR 60, amending home equity lending provisions
  • Prop 3 is SJR 34, limiting the service of certain appointed officeholders after their terms have expired
  • Prop 4 is SJR 6, regarding notifying the state of a constitutional challenge of a state law
  • Prop 5 is HJR 100, regarding professional sports team foundation raffles
  • Prop 6 is SJR 1, regarding property tax exemptions for homesteads of the surviving spouses of first responders killed in the line of duty; and
  • Prop 7 is HJR 37, granting authority for credit unions and other financial institutions to offer prize drawings.

Since 1979, 256 proposed constitutional amendments have been sent to the voters in odd-numbered general election years. Voters have approved 88% of them by majority vote.

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