In the Times Union, Matthew Hamilton reports that “voters statewide show broad support for holding a constitutional convention, though they have yet to hear interest groups’ loud calls for and against holding one. The question will be on the ballot this November.
A Siena College poll released last week shows that 62 percent of voters statewide support having a convention in 2019, at which elected delegates would propose and vote on constitutional amendments. Any proposed changes would require final signoff by voters.”
Hamilton presents an overview of how groups are lining up for and against the constitutional convention proposal.