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An Amendment to Article VI of the South Dakota Constitution Relating to the Right of Individuals to Vote by Secret Ballot

South Dakota Ballot Measure - Constitutional Amendment K

Election: Nov. 2, 2010 (General)
Outcome: Passed

Categories:
Campaign Finance and Elections
Constitution
Labor Unions

Yes
241,896
(79.13%)

Argument For

No
63,783
(20.87%)

Argument Against

Summary


    The proposed amendment to the Constitution would guarantee a right to vote by secret ballot to prevent others from knowing how a person voted. This right would apply to elections of public officers, adoption of initiated or referred measures, and elections to designate or authorize employee representation, such as elections concerning unions.

    A vote "Yes" is for guaranteeing a right to vote by secret ballot.

    A vote "No" is against the constitutional amendment.

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