Everything else about how a so-called Article V Convention would function, including its agenda, is anybody's guess. Advocates of an Article V convention can hope and predict, but they cannot assure us that any of their plans will come true.
A recent example of how a convention chairman wielding the gavel can manipulate what happens is the way the 2012 Democratic National Convention chairman called the vote wrong when a delegate tried to add a reference to God to the party platform. The chairman got by with declaring the amendment passed even though we all saw on television that the "Noes" won the vote. The whole process of a new convention is a prescription for political chaos, controversy and confrontation.
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