The Arkansas Establishment of Date for Proposed Constitution Vote Act
was a legislatively-referred state statute
on the November 7, 1978
ballot in Arkansas
where it was voted that the proposed new state constitution
should be voted on in the 1980 general election
- The option selected ensured that the proposed new constitution would be voted on in the 1980 Arkansas general election instead of creating a 1979 special election in which to do it.
| Referred Question Act 3 (1977)|
| 1980 general election|| 190,727|| 55.89%|
| 1979 special election|| 150,504|| 44.11%|
Official results via: Arkansas Secretary of State
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|| Act to set date for vote on proposed new Constitution for general election in 1980 or for special election in 1979.