Maine Voting Age of 20 Amendment (1970)
- In favor: 167,660
- Opposed: 117,668
The purpose of the amendment was to reduce the age at which a Maine voter could vote to 20.
One year later, Maine voters approved a new constitutional amendment, the Maine Reduction of Voting Age to 18 Amendment (1971), to reduce the voting age to 18.
- Proposed constitutional amendments from 1911-present, in Maine.
- The Constitutionalism of the American States, Kenneth Palmer and Jonathan Thomas, University of Missouri Press, 2008, page 28.