Election Day is coming up this Tuesday.
Among the candidates for US Senate, state legislature and local city alderman - four state constitutional measures have gained a lot of attention.
The Fighting Sioux are back on the ballot in referendum measure number four.
The 2011 special legislative session enacted the North Dakota Century Code which required the University of North Dakota to keep the Fighting Sioux nickname and logo.
Coaching staff from UND toured the state last week asking voters to vote YES on measure four.
In this case, a YES vote will discontinue the nickname.
A NO vote will force UND to keep the Fighting Sioux nickname and logo.
Measure one is the only measure placed on the ballot by the legislature.
It is primarily re-wording an existing amendment that says a member of the legislature may not accept a state office position for higher pay while serving a legislative term.
Throughout the weekend, we will address the constitutional measures that will be on Tuesday's ballot, including insight from both supporters and opposition on measures two and three.
Measure two having to do with property taxes, measure three having to do with religious freedoms.