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North Dakota Election of County Officers, Constitutional Measure 1 (2002)

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North Dakota's Relating to the election of county officers is a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment that was adopted and placed on the ballot by the 2001 Legislative Assembly and amends section 8 of article VII of the Constitution of North Dakota. The measure would remove the requirement that a candidate for county office, other than sheriff, be a county resident at the time of election and would permit the legislative assembly to provide for the election of a county elective officer, other than the sheriff, to serve more than one county. Voting “YES” means you approve the measure as summarized above. Voting “NO” means you reject the measure as summarized above. (1160)

Election results

Measure 1
Approveda Yes 62,215 54.87%

Official results via: 2002 North Dakota Primary Election Results

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