North Dakota To Vote On Proposed Age Limit For Candidates

Dianne Feinstein via Twitter

North Dakota voters will decide on June 11 if there should be an age limit for state and some federal office holders.

If approved, a person would be ineligible to run for statewide office if they are 81 years old on or before Dec. 31 of the year immediately preceding the end of a term as a U.S. senator or representative.

The measure wouldn’t apply to a presidential candidate. President Joe Biden, who is seeking reelection for a second term, is currently 81 and will turn 82 on November 20.