Friday, July 6, was the deadline to submit initiative petitions in the state of Arkansas.
An bi-partisan measure to reform the state's ethics rules has failed to qualify for the ballot.
But an amendment to legalize seven gaming casinos in Sebastian, Pulaski, Garland, Miller, Crittenden, Boone and Jefferson Counties needs a little over 78,000 signatures to qualify.
Also submitted, a severance tax proposal and a medical marijuana measure. Both need at least 62,500 signatures to qualify for the November ballot.
Election officials have up to 30 days to verify the signatures.