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Michigan Constitutional Convention, Proposal A (1994)

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The Michigan Constitutional Convention question, also known as Proposal A, was an automatic ballot referral on the November 8, 1994 ballot in Michigan, where it was defeated.

Proposal A called for a constitutional convention.

Section 3 of Article XII of the Michigan Constitution mandates that Michigan's voters be asked every sixteen years whether they want a constitutional convention. The next time the question was on the Michigan ballot was in 2010.[1]


Election results

Proposal A (Constitutional Convention)
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No2,008,07072.1%
Yes 777,779 27.9%

Official results via: The Michigan Manual 2009-2010


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