New Mexico School Board, Amendment 1 (2008)
The amendment increased the size of certain school boards to nine members and conduct the election by mail-in ballot or as otherwise provided by law.
Twelve state senators introduced Senate Joint Resolution 6 (SJR 6) which authorized placing the proposed amendment on the ballot.
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