We are your election leader and for the past two days we have given you poll results from Strategic Research Associates about the main political races and national issues affecting our state.
Tonight we conclude our polling with a look at State measures one through four.
Measure one, if passed would establish an ethics commission, bans foreign political political contributions and enacts provisions related to lobbying and conflicts of interest. Forty-one percent of the of 650 North Dakota Voters polled are for the measure compared to 28 percent against. Thirty-one percent don't know or don't have an opinion.
Measure number two amends the North Dakota Constitution to state that only citizens are qualified to vote in federal, state, local, or school elections.Sixty-eight percent of those polled would vote for, while 19 percent would vote against it. Thirteen percent say they don't know or don't have an opinion.
Measure number three legalizes the possession of marijuana and provides for the automatic removal of past marijuana convictions from criminal records in North Dakota. Fifty-nine percent are against the measure, while 30 percent are in favor. Just 11 percent don't know or have an opinion.
Measure number four provides partially personalized license plates to volunteer emergency responders that would provide free access to state parks. Fifty-six percent are for the measure, while 24 percent are against. Nineteen percent don't know or have an opinion.