North Dakota Age of Adulthood, Alternate Proposition 3 (1972)

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The North Dakota Age of Adulthood Proposition, also known as Alternate Proposition 3, was on the April 28, 1972 ballot in North Dakota as an automatic ballot referral, where it was defeated. The measure would have declared persons 18 years old or older adults for all purposes.[1][2]

Election results

North Dakota Alternate Proposition 3 (1972)
Defeatedd No102,15161.77%
Yes 63,223 38.23%

Election results via: Legislative Manual, Official Vote of North Dakota Special Election, 1972

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See also:North Dakota Constitutional Convention Referendum, Amendment 2 (1970)

This measure was part of a series of propositions from a constitutional convention called for in 1970. This included a vote on a full draft of a new constitution. Voters were given the opportunity to vote on four special propositions apart from the vote on the new constitution on the April 28, 1972 ballot. The four propositions were voted on individually and could become part of the constitution only if the proposition was approved and the new constitution adopted by the voters. Since the new constitution was not approved, the approval or defeated of these measures became moot.[3]

The other propositions on the April 28, 1970 ballot included the following:

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