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Next week’s Arkansas runoff elections will start



Little Rock, Arkansas – As the runoff elections begin the next week, some Arkansas voters will return to the polls.

The mayoral races in Sherwood, Jacksonville, Wrightsville, and Alexander will now go to a runoff.

Voters from Pulaski County in these locations will return to the polls to cast their ballots in these elections.

On Tuesday, November 29, early voting will begin, and there will be three locations to cast your ballot:

• Pulaski County Regional Building in downtown Little Rock
• Bethel Baptist Church in Jacksonville
• First Christian Church of Sherwood

“Even though folks in Wrightsville don’t have an early voting location, they can certainly come down here to the Pulaski Regional Building; but if they happen to be in Sherwood or Jacksonville, they can certainly vote in those particular areas,” said Pulaski County Clerk Terri Hollingsworth.

There will be no early voting on Saturdays, and early voting concludes at 5 p.m. every day.

The deadline to request that your ballot be mailed to you is also next Tuesday.

The runoff elections will be held on Tuesday, December 6. On election day, voters will head to their designated precinct and need their driver’s license or a photo ID to cast their ballots.

Visit Voterview on the website of the Arkansas Secretary of State to view your ballot or find out where your precinct is to cast your vote.


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