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Revises voting age at primary election to 17 under certain circumstances.

Amending Language

A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the state constitution of 1963, by amending section 1 of article II, to provide that at a primary election a citizen who will be 18 years of age on or before the date of the next November election and who is otherwise qualified to vote may vote at that primary election.



Introduced On

May 19, 2020

Primary Sponsor

Warren, Rebekah

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Bill History
5/19/2020Houseintroduced by Representative Rebekah Warren
5/19/2020Houseread a first time
5/19/2020Housereferred to Committee on Elections and Ethics
5/20/2020Houseprinted joint resolution filed 05/20/2020
House Introduced Joint Resolution
Introduced Joint Resolutions appear as they were introduced and reflect no subsequent amendments or changes.