Arkansas November Election: 2022 Voter Information

The November elections are approaching. The guide below will help you know when and where to vote, as well as answer other questions about the elections. Follow this link if you are having trouble viewing the content aboveTimelineOct. 24: start of early voting.Nov. 8: Election DayDec. 6: Streams, if needed. Where can I vote early? We’ve created a map for each county in Northwest Arkansas and the River Valley so you can find out where to vote When can I vote? early voting begins October 24. Hours vary greatly from location to location. Click or tap here for a map of your options. Election Day is Tuesday, November 8, 2022. Arkansas polls open at 7:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m. If you are still in line when the polls close, you should be allowed to vote. How can I find out more about the candidates? Use our guides on the following races: On state voting issues? Issue 1 (special sessions) Issue 2 (citizens’ initiatives) Issue 3 (religious freedom) Issue 4 (marijuana) Do you have information on local issues? What districts should I belong to? You live in a U.S. Congressional District, an Arkansas Senate District, an Arkansas House District, and various other local districts. Many of these have changed since the borders were redesigned in 2021.Tap or click here to go to the Arkansas Secretary of State website. Fill in your information and you’ll get a complete list of all the different electoral districts you live in. Can I vote? If you are a registered voter in Arkansas, you should be eligible to vote. You can click or tap here to verify your registration with the Office of the Secretary of State. The registration deadline for the 2022 midterms is October 10. What if I moved? can update your address at your polling station. If you are moving in-state but to a new county and/or congressional district, you must update your address with your new county clerk before Election Day. If you’re new to the state, you’ll need to register to vote. Absentee Voting Many of the rules and deadlines surrounding absentee voting have changed over the past two years. We spoke with an election official in Washington County to sort out these changes. FOLLOW THIS LINK TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NEW RULES.Do I need ID?Yes. You will need to have an approved photo ID when you vote. It cannot be expired for more than four years. We’ve created a guide to the state’s new voter ID laws at this link. Can I see a sample ballot?Yes! Tap or click here, then complete your registration information on the Arkansas Secretary of State website. You will be able to click to see a sample of the ballot you will see when you vote. Problems at the polls? If you have any problems at the polls, you are asked to contact an election supervisor at your polling place. The supervisor can contact the electoral office for advice. You can reach 40/29 News at 479-878-6088 or [email protected] How do I know who won? .

The November elections are approaching. The guide below will help you know when and where to vote and answer other questions about the elections.

Follow this link if you have trouble viewing the content above

Chronology

October 24: start of early voting.

November 8: election day

December 6: runoff, if necessary.

Where can I vote earlier?

We have created a map for each county in Northwest Arkansas and the River Valley so you can find out where to vote

When can I vote?

Early voting begins October 24. Hours vary greatly from location to location. Click or tap here for a map of your options.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 8, 2022. Arkansas polls open at 7:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m. If you are still in line when the polls close, you should be allowed to vote.

How can I find out more about the candidates?

Use our guides on the following races:

What about information about state voting issues?

Do you have information on local issues?

What neighborhoods do I belong to?

You live in a U.S. Congressional District, an Arkansas Senate District, an Arkansas House District, and various other local districts.

Many of them have changed since the borders were redrawn in 2021.

Tap or click here to go to the Arkansas Secretary of State website. Fill in your information and you’ll get a complete list of all the different electoral districts you live in.

Can I vote?

If you are a registered voter in Arkansas, you should be eligible to vote. You can click or tap here to verify your registration with the Office of the Secretary of State.

The registration deadline for the 2022 mid-terms is October 10.

What if I moved?

If you moved within the same county and congressional district, you can update your address at your polling place.

If you are moving out of state but to a new county and/or congressional district, you must update your address with your new county clerk before Election Day.

If you are new to the state, you will need to register to vote.

Absentee Voting

Many of the rules and deadlines surrounding absentee voting have changed over the past two years. We spoke with an election official in Washington County to sort out these changes. FOLLOW THIS LINK TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NEW RULES.

Do I need ID?

Yes. You will need to have an approved photo ID when you vote. It cannot be expired for more than four years.

We’ve created a guide to the state’s new voter ID laws at this link.

Can I see a sample ballot?

Yes! Tap or click here, then complete your registration information on the Arkansas Secretary of State website. You will be able to click to see a sample of the ballot you will see when you vote.

Problems at the polls?

If you have any problems at the polls, you are asked to contact an election supervisor at your polling place. The supervisor can contact the electoral office for advice. You can reach 40/29 News at 479-878-6088 or [email protected]

How do you know who won?

We’ll have up-to-the-minute election results on 40/29 News on Election Night.

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