Ohio Ratify Repeal of Prohibition, U.S. 21st Amendment (1933)

From Ballotpedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Voting on
Federal Constitutional Issues
Federal constitutional issues.jpg
Ballot Measures
By state
By year
Not on ballot
Ohio Constitution
Seal of Ohio.svg.png
Preamble
Articles
IIIIIIIVVVIVIIVIIIIXXXIXIIXIIIXIVXVXVIXVIIXVIIISchedule

The Ohio Ratification of the U.S. 21st Amendment Question was on the November 7, 1933 ballot in Ohio as a automatic ballot referral, where it was approved.

This measure asked voters to vote to for delegates to a convention to ratify or reject the 21st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which repealed of the 18th Amendment.[1]

Aftermath

The convention to ratify the 21st Amendment was held on December 5, 1933, in accordance with Senate Bill No. 204 of 1933 and order of the Ohio Governor. The convention was attended by, among others, fifty elected delegates of the people of Ohio, as well as Ohio Governor George White, Ohio Secretary of State George S. Myers, U.S. Senator Robert J. Bulkley, and former Senator Atlee Pomerene. The final vote was 52 yeas and no nays to ratify the 21st amendment, repealing the 18th amendment.[2]

The convention was the fifth constitutional convention in the state.[2]

Election results

U.S. 21st Amendment (1933)
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 1,444,033 71.20%
No584,23828.80%

Election results via: Ohio Secretary of State

Text of measure

The language appeared on the ballot as:[3]

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES

The congress has proposed an amendment to the constitution of the United States which provides for the repeal of the Eighteenth article of Amendment to the Constitution of the United States; it also provides that the transportation or importation into any State, Territory or possession of the United States for delivery or use therein of intoxicating liquor, in violation of the laws thereof, is prohibited; it also provides that this amendment shall be ratified by a state convention.


ELECTION OF DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION TO RATIFY THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT


INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS DO NOT VOTE FOR MORE THAN FIFTY-TWO CANDIDATES. To vote for all candidates in favor of ratification, or for all candidates against ratification, or for all candidates who intend to remain unpledged, make a cross-mark in the CIRCLE. If you do this, make no other mark. To vote for an individual candidate, make a cross-mark in the SQUARE at the left of the name.

FOR RATIFICATION
(For Repeal of the 18th Amendment)
( )
AGAINST RATIFICATION
(Against Repeal of the 18th Amendment)
( )
UNPLEDGED

( )
(For Repeal of the 18th Amendment) (Against Repeal of the 16th Amendment)
JOSEPH N. ACKERMAN DOW AIKIN
MARGARET C. BANNON ARTHUR T. ARNOLD
C. V. BEATTY CHARLES A. BAME
PAUL B. BELDEN W. J. BANKES
J. FEARNLEY BONNELL H. G. BATES
H. G. BRUNNER JOHN T. BREECE
ROBERT J. BULKLEY JOHN H. CLARK
S. P. BUSH A. R. CLIPPINGER
H. P. CARRUTH DAHL B. COOPER
T. A. CON WAY J. HARRY COTTON
ZORA S. CUMMINGS MICHAEL J. CUMMINS
S. A. CUNNINGHAM JAMES W. DEFFENBAUGH
M. R, DENVER W. D. DITMARS
FRANK DETRICK JAMES S. FRAME
JOSEPH H. DOWLING JOHN C. FUHR
HUGH A. GALT ERNEST HALL
FRANK F. GENTSCH ELIZABETH HAYMAKER
HARRY J. GILLIGAN A. L. HOOVER
WILLIS D. GRADISON H. T. HOUF
CHARLES H. GROSS W. H. HUBBELL
E. H. HANEFELD SILAS E. HURIN
J. C. HEINLEIN MINNIE G. JAMISON
LOUIS M. HIRSHSON J. W. JOHNSON
GENEVIEVE G. HOADLY W. F. KIRK
MAYBEL M. HUNTINGTON C. V. LEACH
KEITH LAWRENCE GLENN MASSMAN
ARTHUR L. LIMBACH ELMER McCLAIN
JOHN MALICK HARRY B. McCONNELL
PHILHP R. MATHER HENRY P. MILLER
JOSEPHINE McGOWAN WADE E. MILLER
HARRY MCLAUGHLIN LEVI MINNICH
CHARLES F. MICHAEL OSBORNE MITCHELL
JOHN M. MILLER ROBERT N. MONTGOMERY
HAROLD G. MOSIBR ELBERT W. MOORE
LAURENCE H. NORTON LAWRENCE R. PUGH
WM. 0-NEIL FLORENCE D. RICHARD
CARL F. ORTH M. C. ROBINSON
JOHN W. PATTISON VIOLA D. ROMANS
ATLEE POMERENE EVA ROSENBERGER
MIRA STEELE PRINTZ HOWARD HYDE RUSSELL
W. H. PURCELL P. E. SELBY
WILLIAM HUNT ROBBINS CLARON L. SHAFER
ALEXANDER B. ROE WILLIAM H. SHELDON
A. P. ROGGE DELLA M. SLAGLE
GRACE CHAPMAN ROSE H. LESTER SMITH
JOHN E. SATER EDMUND D. SOPER
T. R. SCHOONOVER EDWARD R. STAFFORD
SIDNEY G. STRICKER A. R. WEBBER
LOCKWOOD THOMPSON JOHN CLARK WILLIAMS
W. S. WHITTAKER ALLIE D. WILLIS
JAMES P. WILSON JOHN G. WORJLEY
WM. W. WOOD, III HARVEY O. YODER

[4]

Path to the ballot

The United State Congress ordered that states hold conventions to decided whether or not to ratify the 21st Amendment.[2]

See also

BallotpediaAvatar bigger.png
Suggest a link

External links

References