Article VII of the US Constitution required 9 states to ratify it before it became effective.
3/4 vote from both houses
nine states ratified
Nine states were needed to ratify.
9 to ratify the Constitution
500 states where required to ratify the construction
nine out of thirteen states
3/4. As there are 50 states, 38 would have to ratify an amendment to make it effective.
Article VII of the US Constitution required 9 states to ratify the Constitution for it to be effective.
C. Many states we’re not ready to ratify the constitution.
9 states were needed to ratify the Constitution
it took 9 states to ratify the Constitution
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.
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.