The Wyoming Constitution was approved in a statewide vote on November 5, 1889. The Constitution contains provisions for the organization and operation of government. It also includes a declaration of rights, miscellaneous provisions and a schedule. The Wyoming Constitution consists of 21 articles.
Article 20 of the Wyoming Constitution defines a four step procedure for amending the Constitution. The procedure includes:
- The process of a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment under Section 1.
- Each amendment is to be voted on separately according to Section 2.
- Procedure of calling a constitutional convention under Section 3.
- Any constitutional changes recommended by a constitutional convention goes into effect only when approved in a statewide vote of the people, according to Section 4.