What’s on Your Ballot?

November 03, 2022

By Mike Vallante

Ballot propositions across the united states and how they compare to election Integrity standards

Election Day is quickly approaching, and several states have important ballot propositions on the ballot. Voters will be able to directly decide issues such as non-American citizen voting, ballot drop box use, and more. Election integrity measures are vital to restoring Americans’ trust in elections. Here are the most critical ballot initiatives and how they compare to the Center for Election Integrity’s goal of making it easy to vote and hard to cheat.

ARIZONA PROPOSITION 309

Requires voters to provide Voter ID for both mail-in and in-person voting. Passage of this proposition will improve election integrity.

NEBRASKA INITIATIVE 432

Requires voters to provide Photo ID. Passage of this proposition will improve election integrity.

OHIO ISSUE 2

Requires U.S. Citizenship, minimum age 18, and legal residence of the state to vote. Passage of this proposition will improve election integrity.

ALABAMA AMENDMENT 4

Prohibits changes to election laws within six months leading up to a general election. Passage of this proposition will improve election integrity.

LOUISIANA AMENDMENT 1

Requires U.S. Citizenship to vote. Passage of this proposition will improve election integrity.

MICHIGAN PROPOSAL 2

Removes the voter requirement for Photo ID and proof of residency and expands voting to incarcerated people. Creates a single application for permanent mail-in ballots and complicates voter roll cleanup. Passage of this legislation will weaken election integrity.

NEVADA QUESTION 3

Implements ranked choice voting. Passage of this initiative will weaken election integrity.