North Dakota Relating to Elective Franchise, Referendum 2 (1958)

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The North Dakota Relating to Elective Franchise Referendum, also known as Referendum 2, was on the June 24, 1958 ballot in North Dakota as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment, where it was approved.[1]

The measure reformed the language regarding elective enfranchisement in the state, stating that every U.S. citizen 21 years and older who resided in the state for one year, in the county 90 days and in the precinct 30 days preceding an election is qualified to vote.[2]

Election results

North Dakota Referendum 2 (1958)
Approveda Yes 99,749 79.77%

Election results via: Legislative Manual, Official Vote of North Dakota Primary Election, 1958

Text of measure

The full text of the amended constitutional language can be read here.

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