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Early Voting for May Primaries Begins

Early voting for the May 24 preferential primary election officially starts at 8am today and ends at 5pm on May 23. Voters will have the opportunity to cast their ballot not only for Arkansas state legislative seats, but county-level offices and anything that is partisan.

The deadline to request a ballot by mail is Tuesday, May 17th. If you’d like to drop the ballot off in person, that deadline is Friday, May 20th.

While the deadline to register to vote in the primary has passed, Arkansans still have time to register for the November general election.

What You Need to Know:

Conduit News has been highlighting Republican incumbents who frequently vote contrary to conservative values and in many of those instances contrary to the Republican Party of Arkansas Platform. To read articles in this series, “Ignoring the Party Platform,” click HERE.

We have also been highlighting Republican incumbents who have an outstanding record of voting with the principles and platform of the Republican Party of Arkansas. To read more from our series, “Platform Heroes,” click HERE.

In Case You Missed It:

“Identifying a RINO Supported b Common Ground or Their Left-Wing Allies”

“Common Ground AR — The Left’s Effort to Elect RINOS”

“Choosing a Candidate When They All Use the Same Buzzwords”

“Campaign Words” Series

“Campaign Fact Check” Series

Early Voting Locations

Washington County — For times and additional information, click here.

Washington County Courthouse — 280 North College, Fayetteville

Covenant Presbyterian Church — 4511 W Wedington Dr, Fayetteville

Elmdale Baptist Church — 1700 W Huntsville Ave, Springdale

Elkins Community Center — 162 Doolin Drive, Elkins

Medical Arts Pharmacy — 2515 East Huntsville, Fayetteville

Prairie Grove Fire Station — 131 S. Neal St, Prairie Grove

Tontitown City Hall — 235 E Henri De Tonti Blvd, Tontitown

West Fork Community Center — 222 Webber St, West Fork

Benton County — For times and additional information, click here.

Benton County Admin Building — 215 E Central, Bentonville

County Clerk’s Office, Rogers — 2111 W. Walnut, Rogers

County Clerks Office, Siloam Springs — 707 S. Lincoln, Siloam Springs

Benton County Election Commission — 2109 W. Walnut, Rogers

First Landmark Baptist Church — 206 SE 28th St, Bentonville

Reach Church — 900 W. Centerton Blvd, Centerton

Rogers Convention Center — 3303 S Pinnacle Hils Pkwy, Rogers

Sunnyside Baptist — 210 E Locust St., Rogers

Siloam Springs Community Building — 110 N. Mt. Olive Street, Siloam Springs

Grace Lutheran Church — 415 N 6th Pl, Lowell

New Life Christian Church — 103 Riordan Road, Bella Vista

Gravette Civic Center — 401 Charlotte St SE, Gravette

NEBCO Community Building — 17823 Marshall St, Garfield

For additional information, such as early voting locations across the state, status of registration, and ballot examples, visit the AR Secretary of State website here.

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