|Elections in Massachusetts|
Three citizen-initiated measures appeared on the November 7, 2006 ballot in Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts Constitution can be amended through the initiative and state statutes can be proposed through initiative. All three statewide ballot measures that were on the November 2006 ballot by collecting signatures were proposed statutes (not constitutional amendments).
In Massachusetts, after the state determines which initiatives have succeeded in collecting enough signatures to be placed on the ballot, official numbers/names are assigned to each of the successful initiatives. The Secretary of the Commonwealth has discretion over the order of questions on the ballot.
|Question 1||Sale of Wine by Food Stores||Alcohol||A law to allow local authorities to license stores selling groceries to sell wine.||Failed|
|Question 2||Nomination of Candidates for Public Office||Electoral policy||A law to create "more ballot choices" by allowing for fusion voting.||Failed|
|Question 3||Family Child Care Providers||Child Care||A law to allow home-based family child care providers providing state-subsidized care to bargain collectively with the state government.||Failed|
- Massachusetts ballot measures, 2002
- There were no ballot measures in 2004.
- Massachusetts ballot measures, 2008