Oregon Ballot Measure 55 (2008)
|Changes Operative Date Of Redistricting Plans; Allows Affected Legislators To Finish Term In Original District.|
|Source: Oregon Secretary of State |
Oregon Ballot Measure 55 (2008) or House Joint Resolution (HJR) 31 was a legislatively referred constitutional amendment that was put before voters in 2008. This measure was designed to fix a situation where State Senators whose seats are not up in the next cycle following a redistricting are forced to move to their new district. It had no organized opposition. The measure appeared on the November 4, 2008 general election ballot in Oregon.
Official Ballot Title
The official ballot title for this measure is: Changes Operative Date Of Redistricting Plans; Allows Affected Legislators To Finish Term In Original District
- Bradbury, Bill (4 November 2008). "Official Results – November 4, 2008 General Election" (Website). Elections Division. Oregon Secretary of State. Retrieved December 24, 2008.
- Oregon Voters' Pamphlet for Measure 55
- 2008 General Election Measures: Voter Guide
- Information and status on this ballot measure from the Secretary of State
- Complete text of the ballot measure
- Oregon Ballot Measure 54 (2008) - from Ballotpedia
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