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New Law Sets Dates for Special Elections - December 2021Arkansas lawmakers passed Act 610 during the first general session of 2021. The new
law establishes four specific dates during the year when special elections may take
Ballot Issue Groups Report Small Amounts Raised - November 2021Not much money has been raised or spent on 2022 ballot issue campaigns so far, according
to records filed with the Arkansas Ethics Commission.
Group Files Referendums to Challenge Split Districts - October 2021Voters should decide whether to keep voting boundaries Arkansas legislators set for
the state's four U.S. House of Representatives after the 2020 Census, according to
a group circulating a petition to put the new redistricting map on the 2022 ballot.
Recap: Where We're At With 2022 Ballot Issues - September 2021It's the fall before an election year and it seems quiet. Quiet for ballot issues
that is. We've published the Arkansas Ballot Issue News and Notes every month since 2014, and
it's about this time in a non-election year where we begin to wonder whether there
will be many ballot issues for voters to consider the next year.
How Many Signatures Are Needed For Ballot Issues? - August 2021Arkansas is one of 15 states where citizens can ask voters to consider a referendum
on a new state law, propose a state law and a constitutional amendment. But in order
to get their issue on a ballot, a group must collect a certain number of voter signatures
from at least 15 counties across Arkansas.
Group Ends Referendum Bid And Seeks New Laws - July 2021Arkansans for a Unified Natural State ended their effort this week to ask voters whether
three new state laws should take effect, and instead vowed to collect signatures for
10 new state laws.
Referendum Signatures Due Next Month - June 2021The group Arkansans for a Unified Natural State has a month to go before it must submit
voter signatures to qualify its three proposed referendums for the 2022 ballot.
Updated: Group Seeks Multiple Referendums - May 2021Updated: Group Seeks Multiple Referendums (text-only version)Arkansans for a Unified Natural State want voters to have a say over several new laws
adopted by state legislators during the 2021 legislative session. Editor's note: This is an updated version of a newsletter distributed May 28, 2021.
Lawmakers Send 3 Amendments to Voters - April 2021Lawmakers Send 3 Amendments to Voters (text-only version)Wrapping up their legislative session this week, Arkansas lawmakers approved sending
a third constitutional amendment to voters on the November 2022 ballot.
Amendments for 2022 Ballot Under Discussion- March 2021Amendment for 2022 Ballot Under Discussion (text-only version)Discussion started this week on 43 proposals filed at the state legislature for the
Lawmakers File 43 Proposals for 2022 Ballot - February 2021Lawmakers File 43 Proposals for 2022 Ballot (text-only version)Arkansas lawmakers filed 43 proposed constitutional amendments for the 2022 ballot,
just one more than legislators submitted in the 2019 session.
Legislators Filing 2022 Ballot Issue Proposals - January 2021Legislators Filing 2022 Ballot Issue Proposals (text-only version)Arkansas lawmakers filed their first proposed constitutional amendments for the 2022
ballot since the General Session started earlier this month.