The Arkansas Constitution is the fundamental governing document of the state of Arkansas.
The current (and fifth) Arkansas Constitution was adopted in 1874.
The current constitution has been amended 102 times.
The most recent amendments to the Arkansas Constitution, of which there were two, were approved by voters in 2020.
Arkansas has a process for initiated constitutional amendments, which means constitutional amendments can happen through citizen initiatives or legislatively referred constitutional amendments. Moreover, some constitutional amendments approved by the voters contain a provision allowing the legislature to make certain amendments to the constitution without voter approval. The Arkansas Constitution is one of 11 state constitutions with no mechanism or a lack of clarity in the process for calling a constitutional convention.