1. the initiative which gave voters the right to put a bill before a state legislature
2. The referendum which allowed voters to put a bill on a ballot and vote it into a law
Helped register African American voters <3 kelsmo m. kunz :)
I am guessing this if for a U.S. History Word (re)search Assignment. If it is, the answer is : City Commission or for the AP packet the answer is government efficiency.
beacuse during great depression they blamed him for it so great
In 2012 Georgia had 5,804,812 registered voters. Of those registered voters, only 3,900,050 turned out to vote in the 2012 Presidential election.
to help educate women and prepare them to vote ((apex))
How would voters in your state use each of these reforms to get what they want done
Election reforms were introduced to bring direct democracy to voters, one reform is allowing an initiative where 5% of voters could initiate laws in state legislatures and recall by petition voters could force an official to stand for re-election. Also the passage of the 14th Amendment ensuring voter rights for all
more poeple got education and more people realized the corruption of political machines
Voters to vote for or overturn many politial actions. He also approved legislation that regulated public utility corporations. he enacted child labor laws and election reforms,too.
voters gained more power
To give voters a stronger voice in government
Many social reforms of today find their foundation in the Progressive era. It was during this time that women won the right to vote, minorities took action against discrimination and monopolies were put on notice.
Progressives pushed for the direct election of senators by all state voters.