What’s on the Ballot
- President of the United States
- U.S. Senate
- U.S. House
- Arkansas Senate
- Arkansas House
- Arkansas Supreme Court
- Arkansas Court of Appeals Justices (nonpartisan)
- Ballot measures
Dates to Remember
February 3: Deadline to apply to register to vote in March 3 election
February 17 – March 2: Early Voting for Preferential Primaries and Nonpartisan General Election
March 3: Preferential Primary Election and Nonpartisan General Election
March 31: Preferential Primary Runoff Election
October 5: Deadline to apply to register to vote in November 3 election
October 19 – November 2: Early Voting for General Election and Nonpartisan Runoff Election
November 3: General Election and Nonpartisan Runoff Election
December 1: General Runoff Election
Early voting takes place between the hours of 8 A.M. and 6 P.M., Monday-Friday and 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. on Saturday. Early voting ends at 5 P.M. on the Monday prior to the election.
On Election Day, all polls are open from 7:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. If you are in line at your designated polling place before 7:30 P.M., you must be allowed to vote.
Where to Learn More
SOS.Arkansas.gov Register to vote, search for candidates, and learn about absentee voting.
VoterView.org Check to make sure you are registered, find where your polling place is located, and check the status of your absentee ballot.
UAEX.edu Learn about the proposed state laws and constitutional amendments that will be on the ballot.
Your Rights as a Voter
The organizations below can assist you if you cannot access your polling place, are turned away from voting, or have other issues when exercising your right to vote.
American Civil Liberties Union Voter Protection Hotline: 877-523-2792
Disability Rights Arkansas: 800-482-1174
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense Fund Election Protection: 866-687-8683
Para Español: Si se encuentra con dificultades al votar y necesita ayuda en Español, por favor contacte a Arkansas Unidos: 479-763-2822