There are a lot of different words used when wording a measure on a ballot at the polls.
Some of those are:
Referendum: the principle or practice of referring measures proposed or passed by a legislative body to the vote of the electorate for approval or rejection
Read more: referendum: meaning and definitions | Infoplease.com http://dictionary.infoplease.com/referendum#ixzz2jndqrk1L
Levy: an imposing or collecting, as of a tax, by authority or force.
Read more: levy: meaning and definitions | Infoplease.com http://dictionary.infoplease.com/levy#ixzz2jne3YT6D
Addendum: something being added to the measure.
For a look at other terms commonly used or referred to:
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