(vii) in the column headed “For Ratification of Proposed Change in Constitution of the United States,” the names of the nominees nominated as in favor of ratification;
(viii) in the column headed “Against Ratification of Proposed Change in Constitution of the United States,” the names of the nominees nominated as against ratification; and
(ix) in the column without heading, spaces permitting the voter to write in other names; and
(c) is arranged so that the voter may, by making a single mark, vote for the entire group of nominees whose names are contained in any column.
(3) Each county clerk shall ensure that the ballot to select delegates to the ratification convention is in substantially the following form:
“OFFICIAL BALLOT for delegates to convention to ratify or reject proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United States. The Congress has proposed an amendment to the Constitution of the United States that provides: (insert here the text of the proposed amendment).
The Congress has also directed that the proposed amendment be ratified by conventions in the states.
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS
Do not vote for more than 21.
To vote for all candidates in favor of ratification, or for all candidates against ratification, make a cross-mark in the CIRCLE at the head of the list of candidates for whom you wish to vote. If you do this, make no other mark.