By: Robert Harding email@example.com
It’s a question New Yorkers are asked every 20 years, and it could reshape state government.
On Nov. 7, voters will consider whether the state should hold a constitutional convention. It has been a half-century since the last convention was held.
The last time voters were asked the constitutional convention question was in 1997. By a nearly 650,000-vote margin, New Yorkers opted not to allow a convention to proceed.
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