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{{tnr}}The '''South Carolina Government Restructure Amendment''' may appear on the [[South Carolina 2012 ballot measures|November 2012 ballot]] in the state of [[South Carolina]] as a {{lrcafull}}.  The measure would allow candidates for governor to select their running mates for lieutenant governor and the chief executive to appoint an education head.<ref> [http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/news/article/South-Carolina-s-week-of-legislative-action-1348424.php ''Beaumont Enterprise'', "South Carolina's week of legislative action", April 22, 2011]</ref>
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{{tnr}}The '''South Carolina Government Restructure Amendment''' may appear on the [[South Carolina 2012 ballot measures|November 2012 ballot]] in the state of [[South Carolina]] as a {{lrcafull}}.  The measure would allow candidates for governor to select their running mates for lieutenant governor and the chief executive to appoint an education head. It was introduced in [[Dates of 2011 state legislative sessions|2011 legislative session]].<ref> [http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/news/article/South-Carolina-s-week-of-legislative-action-1348424.php ''Beaumont Enterprise'', "South Carolina's week of legislative action", April 22, 2011]</ref>
 
==Path to the ballot==
 
==Path to the ballot==
 
[[Article XVI, South Carolina Constitution#Section 1|Section 1 of Article XVI]] of the [[South Carolina Constitution]] says that a legislatively-referred amendment can go on the ballot if approved by a 2/3rds vote of each house of the [[South Carolina State Legislature]].
 
[[Article XVI, South Carolina Constitution#Section 1|Section 1 of Article XVI]] of the [[South Carolina Constitution]] says that a legislatively-referred amendment can go on the ballot if approved by a 2/3rds vote of each house of the [[South Carolina State Legislature]].

Revision as of 11:29, 25 April 2011

The South Carolina Government Restructure Amendment may appear on the November 2012 ballot in the state of South Carolina as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. The measure would allow candidates for governor to select their running mates for lieutenant governor and the chief executive to appoint an education head. It was introduced in 2011 legislative session.[1]

Path to the ballot

Section 1 of Article XVI of the South Carolina Constitution says that a legislatively-referred amendment can go on the ballot if approved by a 2/3rds vote of each house of the South Carolina State Legislature.

See also

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