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 Title IX SUFFRAGE AND ELECTIONS

 Chapter 116 Initiative and Referendum ^  !
116.010   Definitions. (8/28/1997)
116.020   Application of laws. (1/1/1981)
116.025   Attorney general sent fair ballot language, when — statement posted at polling place. (8/28/2003)
116.030   Referendum petition, form — clerical and technical errors to be disregarded, penalties for false signature. (11/4/2014)
116.040   Initiative petition for law or constitutional amendment, form — clerical and technical errors to be disregarded, penalties for false signature. (11/4/2014)
116.050   Initiative and referendum petitions, requirements. (8/28/1997)
116.060   Initiative and referendum petitions, who may sign — residents of one county only on a designated page. (6/16/1999)
116.070   Petitioner may sign by mark, procedure. (1/1/1981)
116.080   Qualifications of circulator — affidavit, notarization, penalty. (11/4/2014)
116.090   Petition signature fraud, penalty. (8/28/2013)
116.100   Filing of petition, procedure. (6/16/1999)
116.110   Signature may be withdrawn, when, how, effect, penalty. (6/16/1999)
116.115   Withdrawal of petition, when — vacation of official ballot title, when. (11/4/2014)
116.120   Secretary of state to determine sufficiency of form and compliance — invalid signatures not counted — signatures may be verified by random sampling, procedure and requirements. (6/16/1999)
116.130   Election authorities may be requested to verify signatures either by random sampling or checking signatures, when, how. (8/28/2003)
116.140   Secretary of state's authority not to count forged or fraudulent signatures. (6/6/1988)
116.150   Secretary of state to issue certificate of sufficiency of petition, when — if insufficient, certificate to state reasons. (6/16/1999)
116.153   Hearing to take public comments — joint committee on legislative research to provide summary to secretary of state, posting on website. (11/4/2014)
116.155   Official summaries and fiscal notes may be included in ballot measures, summary to be official ballot title if included. (6/16/1999)
116.160   Summary statement to be provided by the secretary of state if summary not provided by general assembly — content. (6/16/1999)
116.170   Fiscal note and fiscal note summary to be provided by state auditor if not provided by general assembly. (6/16/1999)
116.175   Fiscal impact of proposed measure — fiscal note, fiscal note summary, requirements — return of fiscal note for revision, when. (8/28/2003)
116.180   Copies of ballot title, fiscal note and fiscal note summary to designated persons, when — ballot title to be affixed to petition, when. (6/16/1999)
116.185   Identical ballot titles may be changed, how. (8/28/1999)
116.190   Ballot title may be challenged, procedure — who are parties defendant — changes may be made by court — appeal to supreme court, when. (8/28/2015)
116.195   Costs of court-ordered ballot title change to be paid by the state. (8/28/1999)
116.200   Secretary of state's decision as to sufficiency of petition may be reversed, procedure — appeal. (1/1/1981)
116.210   Numbering of proposed constitutional amendments. (1/1/1981)
116.220   Labeling of initiative and referendum measures. (6/16/1999)
116.230   Sample ballots to be prepared, form. (8/28/1985)
116.240   Certification to election authorities of notice to be published — contents. (8/28/1997)
116.250   Publication of legal notice. (1/1/1981)
116.260   Newspapers for publication of text of measures to be designated — measures to be published, how. (8/28/1997)
116.270   Publications fund created — payments from fund for what, how made. (1/1/1981)
116.280   Paper ballots for statewide measures, form. (1/1/1981)
116.290   Printing of copies of statewide measures — to be posted at polling places — distribution, exception. (8/28/1983)
116.300   Challengers and watchers at polling places, how designated. (1/1/1981)
116.310   Time limited for designating challengers and watchers for polling places and counting locations — effect of failure to designate by prescribed time. (1/1/1981)
116.320   Adoption of measure, vote required — effect of approval of conflicting measures. (1/1/1981)
116.330   Board of canvassers or governor to issue statement. (1/1/1981)
116.332   Petitions for constitutional amendments, statutory initiative or referendum, requirements, procedure. (11/4/2014)
116.334   Petition approval required, procedure to obtain petition title or summary statement — rejection or approval of petition, procedure — circulation of petition prior to approval, effect — signatures, deadline for filing. (11/4/2014)
116.340   Publication of approved measures. (1/1/1981)
 - Cross References
Ordinances by initiative and referendum, cities third class, manager form, 78.573, 78.575
Regulation of conflicts of interest, financial disclosure, and lobbying, 105.450 to 105.496

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