The New Hampshire Income Tax Amendment
may appear on the November 2012 ballot
in New Hampshire
as an legislatively-referred constitutional amendment
. The proposed measure would ban new taxes on personal income.
Path to the ballot
- See also: Amending the New Hampshire constitution
In order for the state legislature to place a proposed constitutional amendment on the statewide ballot, both chambers of the state legislature must approve doing so by a vote in each house of at least 60%. Once any such constitutional amendment is on the ballot, the state's voters must approve it by a 2/3 vote for it to pass.