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Download the complete Arkansas Ballot Issue Voter Guide or click on the individual ballot issues below to read the fact sheet.
Issue 1 - An Amendment Concerning Civil Lawsuits and the Powers of the General Assembly
and Supreme Court to Adopt Court Rules Struck from the ballot
Issue 2 - A Constitutional Amendment Adding as a Qualification to Vote that a Voter
Present Certain Valid Photographic Identification when Casting a Ballot In Person
or Casting an Absentee Ballot Voters approved
Issue 3 - Arkansas Term Limits Amendment Struck from the ballot
Issue 4 - An Amendment to Require Four Licenses to be Issued for Casino Gaming at
Casinos, One Each in Crittenden (to Southland Racing Corporation), Garland (to Oaklawn
Jockey Club, Inc.), Pope, and Jefferson Counties Voters approved
Issue 5 - An Act to Increase the Arkansas Minimum Wage Voters approved
Year in Review & Looking Forward - December 2018Just over 50 percent of Arkansas' registered voters cast a ballot in the November
Voters Approve All 3 Arkansas Ballot Issues - November 2018Nearly half of Arkansas' 1.7 million registered voters cast their ballots during the
mid-term Election that wrapped up Tuesday. Voters ended up approving all three statewide
ballot measures.A Big Thank You & You Still Have Time - November 2018For the last time this election cycle, we offer a recap of the three statewide ballot
issues Arkansas voters will be deciding on Election Day. Paperwork Flaws Push Term Limits off Ballot - October 2018Supporters of stricter term limits in Arkansas spent the past few years collecting
thousands of signatures, and in the end, it was flaws with those petitions that knocked
Issue 3 off the ballot.Arkansas Supreme Court Blocks Votes on Issue 1 - October 2018Not all of the proposals included in Issue 1 on this year's ballot are related to
each other, the Arkansas Supreme Court said Thursday when blocking votes from counting
on the issue.Issue 4 - Casino Gaming - Survives Court Challenge - October 2018Arkansans will be voting on whether to allow casino gaming at four locations after
the Arkansas Supreme Court rejected two court challenges Thursday over the wording
of Issue 4.
September Update: Status of Arkansas Ballot Issues - September 2018Four of the five Arkansas ballot issues remain in court, with less than 30 days to
go until early voting starts.
Term Limits and Minimum Wage Make Ballot - August 2018Counties will receive the official Arkansas ballot this week, even though the Arkansas
Secretary of State continues to count signatures for a proposed casino ballot issue.
Three Ballot Issue Groups Turn In Petitions - July 2018Temporary workers will spend the next month reviewing petitions, looking at the signatures
and comparing them to their lists of registered voters. The Secretary of State's Office
has until Aug. 23 to tell counties which issues will be on the ballot.
Ballot Issue Groups Collecting Signatures After AG Certifies Proposals - June 2018 It's been a whirlwind of a month. The Arkansas Attorney General certified four potential
ballot measures for the November ballot in response to a lawsuit. Three of the sponsors
then published their ballot titles in a newspaper by June 6 as required.
Lawsuit Claims AG Review of Ballot Measures is Unconstitutional - May 2018A second group wanting access to the November ballot has filed a lawsuit against Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge after she rejected the title and
wording of their proposed constitutional amendment.
Casino Backers Sue Over AG Rejections - April 2018Backers of a proposed constitutional amendment to allow casino gaming in Arkansas
have sued the state's Attorney General after she again rejected their proposed ballot
title and amendment.
AG Office Rejects Multiple Ballot Proposals - March 2018The Arkansas Attorney General's Office rejected four proposed ballot measures this
month submitted by the public.
Proposal Stumbles over Legal Jargon - February 2018At just under 20 words long, a proposed ballot title meant to provide a path to suing
the state of Arkansas was rejected because of the undefined legal jargon included
in the proposal.
AG Says No to Casino Proposal - January 2018A recent court decision and a long-held desire to open casinos in Arkansas pushed
two groups into taking the first step in a bid for the November ballot.