2-15-8. Certification of successful candidates at primary--Printing of general election ballots--Form. The secretary of state in the preparation of the ballots for the succeeding general election shall certify to the county auditors of said legislative districts respectively the names of the successful candidates, designating those who are in favor of the ratification of the amendment and those opposed to the ratification of the amendment, and the county auditor of each county in the state at the time of the preparation for the general election, shall prepare separate official ballots upon which shall be printed the substance of the proposed amendment, the names of the candidates for delegates to the convention as theretofore nominated as candidates in favor of and the candidates opposed to the ratification of the amendment, and proper instructions to the voters in substantially the following form, to wit:
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES
Delegates to the Convention to Ratify the Proposed Amendment
The Congress has proposed an amendment to the Constitution of the United States which provides (insert here the substance of the proposed amendment).
The Congress has also proposed that the said amendment shall be ratified by Conventions in the States.
|To vote for the Delegates In
||To vote for the Delegates |
| Favor of
|| Opposed to |
|Ratification of the proposed amendment place a cross (x) or check mark (.) in the circle below.
||Ratification of the proposed amendment place a cross (x) or check mark (.) in the circle below. |
|DELEGATES TO CONVENTION
||DELEGATES TO CONVENTION |
| John Doe
|| Henry Coe |
| Richard Roe
|| Samuel Moe |
SDC 1939, § 55.1005.