Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Explanation of statewide ballot questions

Click below for the AP's story on the two statewide ballot questions:

Constitutional convention one of two questions on statewide ballot
HARTFORD - It's been more than 40 years since Connecticut has held a constitutional convention to consider major revisions to the state's highest law. Supporters will have the chance next week to call another one. There are two statewide questions on the Nov. 4 ballot in Connecticut. One asks if people whose 18th birthday falls between primary and general elections should be allowed to vote in the primary. The other, which is drawing the most attention, asks if the state should hold a constitutional convention.



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