Oregon Ballot Measure 31 (2004)

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Ballot Measure 31 of 2004 was an amendment to the Oregon Constitution, referred to a popular vote by the Oregon Legislative Assembly, that permitted the Legislative Assembly to postpone certain elections in the event of the death of a candidate. The measure was on the November 2 general election ballot, and passed with 66% of the vote.

The measure was placed on the ballot by Senate Joint Resolution 19 during the 2003 legislative session.

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Amends Constitution: Authorizes Law Permitting Postponement of Election for Particular Public Office When Nominee for Office Dies[1]

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