AR Alcoholic Beverage Amendment Meets Initial Signature Requirement

AR Alcoholic Beverage Amendment Meets Initial Signature Requirement

The amendment needed 78,133 signatures to make the ballot in November; the initial count was well over 84,000.
LITTLE ROCK, AR (News Release) – Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin announces the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Amendment has met the initial signature count requirement. The amendment needed 78,133 signatures to make the ballot in November; the initial count was well over 84,000. The Secretary of State’s Office is now moving to the signature verification stage. Meeting the initial count qualifies the petition sponsor for an additional 30 days to collect signatures, to compensate for any that may not qualify during the signature verification process. Once signitures are verified, the proposed amenment will be place on the ballot for the General Election.     

An Act To Increase the Arkansas Minimum Wage is still being counted to see if they have enough signatures to make their initial count.      

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