North Dakota Legislative Power and Direct Democracy Referendum (1936)
The North Dakota Legislative Power and Direct Democracy Referendum, also known as Legislative Power, Initiative and Referendum, was on the June 24, 1936 ballot in North Dakota as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment, where it was defeated. The measure would have created a requirement of 20,000 signatures to initiate or refer measures to the ballot.
|North Dakota Referendum (1936)|
Election results via: Legislative Manual, Official vote of North Dakota Primary Election, 1936
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The measure would have created a requirement of 20,000 signatures to initiate or refer measures to the ballot.
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