By amendment approved by the voters on November 5, 1974, this entire article was revised and rewritten. The amendment also repealed former Section 4, which provided that all general elections should be biennial. Related provisions on elections and the right to vote can be found in U.S. Constitution, Articles I and II, and the Twelfth, Fifteenth, Nineteenth, Twenty-Fourth, and Twenty-Sixth Amendments. Even though titled “Elections and Rights of Suffrage,” this article is practically devoid of requirements pertaining to the election process itself, which are...
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