A vote for this amendment would ensure that the right to vote for persons with mental illness cannot be taken away by the legislature.
A vote against this amendment would continue the current authority of the legislature to take away the right to vote for persons with mental illness.
§ 2. Disqualification to vote. The legislature may, by law, exclude persons from voting because of
mental illness or commitment to a jail or penal institution. No person convicted of a felony under the laws of any state or of the United States, unless pardoned or restored to his civil rights, shall be qualified to vote.