ⓘ 2008 Oregon Ballot Measure 54

                                     

ⓘ 2008 Oregon Ballot Measure 54

Oregon Ballot Measure 54 or House Joint Resolution is a legislatively referred constitutional amendment that removed provisions relating to qualifications of electors for school district elections. The measure is a technical fix designed to remove inoperative provisions in the Oregon Constitution which barred those under 21 from voting in school board elections and required voters to be able to pass a literacy test to vote in school district elections. This measure appeared on the November 4, 2008 general election ballot in Oregon. It was passed by voters, receiving 72.59% of the vote.

                                     
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