LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas election officials say they're reviewing the process for putting initiatives on the ballot but it's too soon to detail what changes they may recommend when the Legislature convenes next year.Officials with Secretary of State Mark Martin's office said Thursday they expected to address some concerns about the state's initiative process when Martin presents his legislative recommendations to lawmakers next year. But the officials said it was too soon to say what changes would be called for since litigation is pending in the state Supreme Court over at least one ballot measure.Chief Deputy Secretary of State Doug Matayo and Deputy A.J. Kelly spoke before a legislative panel reviewing the petition laws.Lawmakers are studying changes after thousands of invalid signatures were turned in for two proposed ballot measures.Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.