On Tuesday, North Dakota voters will decide whether or not to overhaul their tax structure by abolishing property taxes statewide.
Supporters of the constitutional amendment argue that property ownership should never be threatened by a tax, adding that it's unnecessary for a state with such a large budget surplus due to the booming oil industry.
Opponents -- including the Chamber of Commerce and employee unions, however, say the change would leave a huge gap in the state's finances that would impact paying for local services, like school.
The measure is not expected to pass.
The ballot also will decide the fate of the "Fighting Sioux" nickname and logo at the University of North Dakota. Last year, the state passed a law to let the school keep the moniker, but it was later repealed. A poll last month found a majority of voters want to retire the name.