State Sen. Kiehl urges “no” vote on holding constitutional convention

via KINY Radio:

Juneau, Alaska (KINY) – Juneau Senator Jesse Kiehl is urging Alaskans to reject the upcoming question put on the ballot every ten years: shall a constitutional convention be held?

A constitutional convention is a gathering where delegates propose amendments and changes to the state constitution. The constitutional convention process requires three public votes.

The first is on whether to call for a constitutional convention. If the majority approves of the constitutional convention question, then a second will appear on the ballot of the next regular statewide election to elect convention delegates.

The third vote is to approve any amendments to the constitution.

Read more at: KINY Radio.