- Local Initiatives require two rounds of signatures. First Round: 10% or 33,000 whichever is less, to get on in front of the legislature for approval, if the legislature fails to approve the measures proponents of local initiatives can gather a Second Round of an additional 5% of 15,000 whichever is less, to put their measure on the ballot.
- Nominations: U.S. Senate and Statewide Executive Offices: 15,000 signatures - U.S. House: Partisan Candidates - 1,250, Independent Candidates - 3,500 - State Senate: Partisan Candidates - 1000 signatures, Independent Candidates - 3000 signatures - House of Representatives: Partisan Candidates 500 signatures - Independent Candidates: 1,500 signatures
- Deadlines: Charter Amendments - First Round: NONE - Second Round: between two to four months after the First Round.
- Constitutional Convention - Automatic every 20 years.