Line of succession is governed by the Oregon Constitution. (Note: Oregon does not have a Lieutenant Governor.)
You can link to this Superseded OAR grid from our What’s New and our Document Index (under the letter O) pages and – wonk alert – see a picture of first page of the first Oregon Administrative Rule Bulletin, from May 1, 1958.
Thank you to all the librarians who helped me compile this grid!
And remember, It’s Not All Online.
“Measure numbers for the November 4, 2014, general election ballot will be released August 1,” according to the Secretary of State’s website. But it looks as if you can see those numbers, and other information, from this PDF, which I linked to from that website.
From the Secretary of State’s “Make or Change State Law website“, as of today:
“The number of valid signatures required to qualify an initiative for the ballot is based on a percentage of the total votes cast for governor at the last election:
- For a constitutional initiative, 8 percent (116,284) of valid signatures is required.