On March 12, 1800, a bill was proposed to divide the State into districts to elect presidential electors by popular ballot.
Emmen voters agreed last June that becoming Swiss would be decided by popular ballot.
Under the provisions of the State Constitution of 1846, the office became elective by popular ballot.
Subsequent Presidents were, as per the permanent provisions of the Constitution, elected by direct popular ballot.
Indeed, Ulysses Grant's margin in the popular ballot was based on the large black vote that turned out in his favor.
The Constitution of 1846 made most of the state offices elective by popular ballot.
Governors are elected by popular ballot and serve terms of four years, with a limit of two terms, if served after November 6, 1990.
Jackson received the most popular votes (but not a majority, and four states had no popular ballot).
A law passed by popular ballot in 1986 requires warning labels on any food whose ingredients have a 1-in-100,000 chance of causing cancer.
This was the last time judges of the Court of Appeals were elected by popular ballot.