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Oregon became the 33rd State in the Union on February 14, 1859.
Oregon Allows: Amendments, Statutes, Referenda, Recalls & Nominations.
- Amendments: 8% of the voters who voted in the last gubernatorial election.
- Statutes: 6% of the voters who voted in the last gubernatorial election.
- Referenda: 4% of the voters who voted in the last gubernatorial election.
- Recalls: 15% of the voters who voted in the last gubernatorial election, in the district for the officer to be recalled.
- Nominations: U.S. Senate 500 signatures. U.S. House – 300 signatures
Article IV Section 1 of the Oregon Constitution declares the citizens have the rights to ballot propositions.
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