South Dakota Constitution
Article 23 - Amendments and Revisions of the Constitution.
§ 2 Revision.

§ 2. Revision. A convention to revise this Constitution may be called by a three-fourths vote of all the members of each house. The calling of a constitutional convention may be initiated and submitted to the voters in the same manner as an amendment. If a majority of the voters voting thereon approve the calling of a convention, the Legislature shall provide for the holding thereof. Members of a convention shall be elected on a nonpolitical ballot in the same districts and in the same number as the house of representatives. Proposed amendments or revisions approved by a majority of all the members of the convention shall be submitted to the electorate at a special election in a manner to be determined by the convention.

History: Amendment proposed by SL 1915, ch 236, rejected Nov., 1916; amendment proposed by SL 1972, ch 4, approved Nov. 7, 1972.

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