There are three constitutional amendments on the ballot this year for Arizona voters to decide on.
They vary in what they aim to accomplish, but all three had a similar journey from idea to the ballot box.
Arizona’s Constitution has been amended over 150 times since Arizona moved from territory to statehood in 1912 but what exactly goes into creating an amendment?
The Arizona Mirror has an answer to that question in this video.
Learn about what it takes to get an amendment on the ballot and what happens if voters have regrets about amending the Constitution.
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