Difference between revisions of "Constitutional language on the ballot"

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'''Constitutional language on the ballot''' refers to ballot measures regarding changes to state constitutional wording, such as through changes in specific word use or placement, or the removal of irrelevant language. This categories should not be confused with [[Federal constitutional issues on the ballot]].
 
'''Constitutional language on the ballot''' refers to ballot measures regarding changes to state constitutional wording, such as through changes in specific word use or placement, or the removal of irrelevant language. This categories should not be confused with [[Federal constitutional issues on the ballot]].
 
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{{On the ballot list
Examples measures:
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* [[Nevada Constitution Language on Voting, Question 7 (2004)]]
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* [[Nebraska Gender Neutral State Constitution, Amendment 2 (2000)]]
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|text = constitutional language
 
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[[Category:Constitutional language]]
 
[[Category:Constitutional language]]

Revision as of 16:25, 30 September 2011

Constitutional language on the ballot refers to ballot measures regarding changes to state constitutional wording, such as through changes in specific word use or placement, or the removal of irrelevant language. This categories should not be confused with Federal constitutional issues on the ballot.

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