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Montana became the 41st state in the Union on November 8, 1889.
Montana Allows: Amendments, Statutes, Referenda, Recalls and Nominations.
- Amendments: 10% of the votes cast in the last Gubernatorial election.
- Statutes: 5% of the votes cast in the last Gubernatorial election.
- Referenda: 5% of the votes cast for in the last Gubernatorial election.
- Local Charter Amendment:
- Recalls Statewide Officers: 10% of the votes cast for the office to be recalled.
- Recall District Officers: 15% of the votes cast for the office to be recalled.
Section 9 of Article XIV of the Montana Constitution states that the electors of the state can qualify an initiated constitutional amendment with signatures equal to 10% of the voters.
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