This election will come down to just a few hundred votes.

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The election for this seat is expected to be one of the closest contests in the entire state. That’s for good reason. Our part of central Arkansas is an important place – it matters. We can have a say in the direction our state takes next.

Make Your Voting Plan

Step One – How and Where Are You Going to Vote?

Step Two – Who Are You Going to Vote For? 

Be sure to check out your ballot in advance to make sure you vote for the candidate that you want to see in office representing you. 

Step Three – Bring Your ID and Double-Check Your Ballot

  • If you have a government-issued photo ID, bring it to vote or send a copy with your mailed absentee ballot.
  • If you don’t have a government-issued photo ID, you can still vote! Just get a free ID from your county clerk here or consider casting a provisional ballot (read about those here).
  • If your ballot doesn’t seem right or is not what you remember previewing, tell the poll worker before you write on it and submit it to them or cast your vote electronically.


Important Dates for November 8th General Election

Monday, October 10th – Deadline to Register to Vote in the General Election

(tip: if you turn 18 by the Election Day you can register to vote now!)

Monday, October 24 – Early Voting Starts

  • Monday through Friday, 8am – 6pm
  • Saturday, 10am – 4pm

Tuesday, November 8th – General Election

Allison will be on the ballot!


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