October 16, 2021

L.D. 31 Amendment to Maine Constitution

The following is the proposed amendment to the Maine Constitution that would require signature gathering for any “Direct Initiative of Legislation” comprise a percentage of voters for each of the two Congressional Districts.

It is my opinion that this would be a good thing. It should provide a more favorable sampling of diverse voter representation statewide. Understanding the geography of Maine’s population densities helps in understanding why such an amendment would prove to be a good thing.

Passage would require two-thirds of both the Senate and House members. Contact your representative and let them know your position on this.

Of note: There will be a public hearing on this amendment February 13th, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. State House, Room 437.

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