The States that did NOT ratify the US Constitution are:
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
The Constitution was given to the thirteen original states to ratify. They became states of the union when they ratified the Constitution.
Vermont was not one of the original thirteen colonies, but it ratified the Constitution as well.
The other states were admitted to the Union by acts of Congress.They did not ratify the Constitution because that was not a requirement for admission to the union as a state.
9 states were needed to ratify the Constitution
9 to ratify the Constitution
to ratify amendments
it took 9 states to ratify the Constitution
It was important for all states to ratify the Constitution to provide unification. If all the states were united, the Constitution would be stronger.
Article VII of the Constitution provided that 9 states had to ratify it it to become effective.
9 out of the 13 states/colonies had to ratify the Constitution to make it official.
three-fourths of the states had to ratify the constitution for it to take effect.
North Carolina was the 12th state to ratify the United States Constitution. The first state to ratify the Constitution was Delaware.
Article VII of the US Constitution required that only 9 states ratify the Constitution for it to become effective.
9 out of the original 13 states had to ratify the Constitution. The Framers (people who wrote the Constitution) picked this because they didn't think they could get all 13 states to ratify it.
to ratify means to approve. and nine states have to ratify (approve) the constitution to put it in affect.
Rhode Island and North Carolina are the last states to ratify the constitution
Nine out of thirteen states had to ratify the constitution. Any amendment to the Constitution must be ratified by three-fourths of the states after a two-thirds approval by Congress.
They needed to have 9 out of 13 states ratify the constitution.
Cities did not ratify the US Constitution only States. Delaware was the first.
I learned this in class a while ago and they all had to ratify it for it to be approved that or 9 of the thirteen states had to ratify it
Ratify the Constitution means to approve it. The Constitution required nine of the 13 states to approve it before it could be ratified.
Two-thirds of the states needed to ratify the US Constitution for it to become law. This meant 9 states were needed. However, all 13 of the original states did ratify the Constitution with Rhode Island being the last one in 1790.
Article VII of the Constitution required nine of thirteen states to ratify the Constitution for it to become law. In June 1788, New Hampshire became the ninth state. Rhode Island was the last of the states to ratify, in May 1790.
Nine states were needed to ratify.
After the Constitution had been signed at the convention, the states had to ratify, or approve, the Constitution.
It was important that all 13 states ratify the Constitution so that they could establish and preserve national unity.
Several states did not ratify the Constitution right away because they felt the federal government had to much power. Once the Bill of Rights was added, the states that were hesitate ratified the Constitution.