Group seeks amendment to require paper ballots in Arkansas elections

The original copy of the Arkansas Constitution, penned in 1836, is displayed under glass in the Justice Building in Little Rock in this April 27, 2001, file photo. (AP/Danny Johnston)

A ballot committee called Restore Election Integrity Arkansas is proposing an Arkansas constitutional amendment aimed at requiring all elections in Arkansas to be conducted with paper ballots and removing language in the Arkansas Constitution that permits elections to be conducted by voting machines.