Article V

Right to Vote

Right to Vote Amendment (rough draft)

A referendum may be placed on the national ballot by one of the following two methods.

  1.  Signatures of 5% of the voters in the previous presidential election
  2. Approval by 15% of the state legislatures (8 states)

A 60% plurality shall be necessary for passage of the referendum.

A successful referendum shall become law subject to not being overridden by a vote of both houses of the United States Congress.  A vote to overturn shall be a one-issue vote and may be a repeal-and-replace vote. 

Results of a successful referendum vote shall not be subject to judicial review nor be subject to a presidential veto. 

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