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Measure Details

Pertaining to the Elections in Which a Qualified Elector May Vote

North Dakota Ballot Measure - Initiated Constitutional Measure No. 2

Election: Nov. 6, 2018 (General)
Outcome: Passed

Categories:
Campaign Finance and Elections

Yes
208,499
(65.93%)

No
107,751
(34.07%)

Summary

This initiated constitutional measure would amend Section 1 of Article II of the Constitution of North Dakota regarding qualified electors. The current language of the article states, "[e]very citizen of the United States, who has attained the age of eighteen years and who is a North Dakota resident, shall be a qualified elector." The measure would replace "Every" with "Only a". The measure also would create a new section to Article II which provides only a qualified elector may vote in any general, special, or primary election for a federal, statewide, state legislative, district, county, township, city, or school district office, or for a statewide, district, or political subdivision ballot measure.

Measure Text

This initiated measure would amend Article II of the North Dakota Constitution to state that "only a citizen" of the United States is a qualified elector, instead of the current provision that states "every citizen" of the United States is a qualified elector. The measure also would state that only a qualified elector may vote in any general, special, or primary election for a federal, statewide, state legislative, district, county, township, city, or school district office or ballot measure.

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