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Mississippi became the 20th State to Enter the Union on December 10, 1817.
Mississippi Offers: Amendments, Referenda, Recalls, Nominations, Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendments, Local Code and Private Charter Initiatives.
- Amendments: 12% of those who voted in the last Gubernatorial election.
- Nominations: Filing Fee of $15 to $300 and 15 – 1000 signatures.
- Code and Charter Initiatives: 20% of the qualified electors of the private charter cities.
Article XV of the Mississippi Constitution gives citizens the rights citizen propositions.
Local initiatives are allowed in Port Gibson, Rosedale, Okolona, Water Valley, Fulton, Carthage, Aberdeen, Louisville, Waveland, Indianola, West Point, Yazoo City, McComb, Corinth, Grenada, Natchez, Horn Lake, Columbus, Vicksburg, and Greenville.
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