Results: New Hampshire voters reject Constitutional Convention Question

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  • New Hampshire Constitutional Convention Question asked voters about hosting a state constitutional convention.

  • There were no organized campaigns in support of or in opposition to the question, according to Ballotpedia.

  • Since 1894, there have been five instances where voters rejected the question and eight times when voters approved it.

New Hampshire voters rejected a Constitutional Convention Question which would have established a state constitutional convention.

 

Ballot measure details

The question was an automatic ballot referral, which means the question reappears every 10 years on New Hampshire's ballot. The purpose of the convention would have been to revise or amend the state's constitution. In 2012, 64.04% of voters rejected the amendment and 35.96% supported it, according to Ballotpedia.

Support and opposition

There were no organized campaigns in support of or in opposition to the question, according to Ballotpedia.

The money race

According to Ballotpedia, the measure saw $0 in support contributions and $0 in opposition contributions.

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