League of Women Voters of Nebraska
Signatures were submitted to the Secretary of State’s office on July 7, 2022, for three ballot initiatives. The initiative for a constitutional amendment to require voter ID needs the most signatures — 124,000 — to qualify for the ballot. Signatures also were submitted for an initiative to raise the minimum wage and permit medical marijuana in Nebraska. After signatures are verified, initiatives with enough valid signatures will appear on the ballot for the November 8 election. Read about who funded the initiatives in the Nebraska Examiner article below.
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