South Dakota Lower the Age to Run for Office Amendment (1994)

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South Dakota Amendment D (1994) was an amendment to section 3 of Article III of the Constitution of the state of South Dakota, relating to the qualifications for legislative office. It failed with 255,166 votes in favor.

Text of measure

The Constitution now requires a citizen to be 25 years old before (s)he can become a state legislator.

A vote "YES" will lower the minimum age to 18 for citizens to hold the office of State Senator or State Representative.

A vote "NO" will leave the minimum age for state legislators at 25 years.[1]

Supporters

None yet identified.

Opposition

None yet identified.

References

I&R Institute ballot measure database for South Dakota