Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 34
ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 22
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION ACT
34-2206.  Ballots. The election shall be by ballot, separate from any ballot to be used at the same election, which ballot shall be prepared as follows: It shall first state the substance of the proposed constitutional amendment. This shall be followed by appropriate instructions to the voter. It shall then contain perpendicular columns of equal width headed respectively, in plain type, "For Ratification" and "Against Ratification." In the column headed "For Ratification" shall be placed the names of the candidates nominated in favor of ratification. In the column headed" Against Ratification" shall be placed the names of the candidates nominated as against ratification. The voter shall indicate his choice by making one or more cross-marks in the appropriate spaces provided on the ballot. No ballot shall be held void because any such cross-mark is irregular in character. The ballot shall be so arranged that the voter may, by making a single cross-mark, vote for the entire group of candidates whose names are comprised in any column:
The ballot shall be in substantially the following form:
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION

OF THE UNITED STATES

Delegates to the Convention to Ratify the

Proposed Amendment.

The Congress has proposed an amendment to the Constitution of the United States which provides (insert here the substance of the proposed amendment).
The Congress has also proposed that the said amendment shall be ratified by conventions in the several states.

INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS

Do not vote for more than 21 candidates altogether.
To vote for all candidates in favor of ratification, or for all candidates against ratification, make a cross-mark in the CIRCLE at the head of the list of candidates for whom you wish to vote. If you do this, make no other mark.
To vote for an individual candidate make a cross-mark in the SQUARE at the left of the name.
FOR RATIFICATION
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AGAINST RATIFICATION
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□  John Doe
□  Charles Coe
□  Richard Roe
□  Michael Moe

All circular spaces in said ballot shall be one-half (1/2) inch in diameter.
All square spaces in said ballot shall be one-half (1/2) inch square.
Except as herein otherwise provided, ballots and supplies for said election shall be prepared and furnished as provided by chapter 9 of this title.

History:
[34-2206, added 1933, ch. 179, sec. 6, p. 328.]


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