The Wisconsin Constitution is the fundamental governing document of the state of Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Constitution consists of a brief preamble and 14 articles detailing the state government, its powers and its limitations.
The current (and second) Wisconsin Constitution was adopted in 1848
The current Wisconsin Constitution has been amended over 102 times.
The most recent amendment to the Wisconsin Constitution was approved by voters in April 2020.
Wisconsin does not feature a process for initiated constitutional amendments. Thus, amendments in Wisconsin can be put on the ballot through referral by the legislature or by a constitutional convention.