Hawaii Constitutional Convention Question (1998)
In Hawaii, the question of whether to hold a constitutional convention is automatically referred to the state's ballot once every ten years. The Hawaii State Legislature also has the authority to place a question on the ballot about whether to hold a constitutional convention.
The Hawaii Office of Elections reports the following results:
|Constitutional Convention Question|
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
Shall there be a convention to propose a revision of or amendments to the Constitution?
The ballot question allows the voters to decide whether or not a convention should be held for the purpose of proposing a revision of or amendments to the Constitution of Hawaii.
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