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Maine November General Election, Proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 2 (1957)

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The Maine General Election Date of November, Not September Amendment was on the September 9, 1957 ballot in Maine as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment to the Maine Constitution. It was approved, becoming the 83rd amendment to the Maine Constitution.
  • In favor: 63,820 Approveda
  • Opposed: 36,202

The amendment was placed on the ballot by the Maine State Legislature.

The question on the ballot was, "Shall the Constitution which now Provides that the General Election shall take Place on the Second Monday of September, Biennially, be Amended, as Proposed by a Resolution of the Legislature, to the Tuesday Following the First Monday in November?"

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