The term limits measure, the result of ‘likely fraud’, should not be on North Dakota’s ballot
Minot, N.D. — When North Dakota’s officials found widespread fraud in the signature collection process for a term limits ballot measure, the deep-pocketed political interests behind that campaign did about what you’d expect.
They lawyered up.
They hired a firm that represented former President Donald Trump in his quixotic pursuit of 2020 election conspiracy theories , and were successful in getting the measure on the ballot through a technicality.
If approved, it would restrict your voting rights.
North Dakota voters already do a great job of term-limiting elected officials. Since statehood, the average number of years served by our governors is just a bit more than 4 years. Only two governors in history have served more than eight years.