Arkansas redistricting changes ballots for May primaries

Arkansas redistricting changes ballots for May primaries

Voters will see different districts on their ballots Tuesday compared to the last day of the election.



Today was by far the biggest early voting day in Benton County with over 3,000 ballots cast in nine different locations here. One of the busiest was the County Elections Commission with over 600 people voting now, here’s *** a bit of what you can expect on primary day tomorrow. I just moved here *** yr ago so this is new to me in Arkansas. I was delighted to come and vote with voters we spoke to in Britain county today saying the process was streamlined and simple when you walk in you meet *** gal she gives you one of those pens tells you to take one of these papers, takes you to the other table, you check in there again, show your ID They show you to the *** booth, answer questions, take it out and put it in and you’re done and you’ll take your ballot, you put it in the secondary machine yourself. Thus, our electoral agents will not touch your ballot, you will have total control of it. Something that is not so simple this election cycle. State cutting, it ended at the end of last year. Population growth in northwest Arkansas has added some House and Senate seats, so voters will see different State House and Senate districts on the ballots Tuesday by report on the last day of the elections. Here is a *** comparison of the State House District maps in Northwest Arkansas before and after the redistricting and here is the same side by side of the State Senate District maps in Northwest Arkansas Arkansas. District numbers have also changed significantly. For example, in Benton County, what was House District 92 is now District 12. They should have sent you *** voter registration i. D. Card and this will contain your current position as a Justice of the Peace, your current school districts, State Senate Representative Districts. This way, you will know in which districts you are. Quark says the number of early votes in Bitten County turned out to be lower than expected. Today’s numbers bring the final tally of early voters across the county to nearly 17,500. As a ***reminder, the polling stations are open tomorrow from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Right now I’m live at Rogers lydia fielder 40 29 News.

Arkansas redistricting changes ballots for May primaries

Voters will see different districts on their ballots Tuesday compared to the last day of the election.

Voters in Arkansas will see different state House and Senate districts on their ballots Tuesday compared to the last day of the election. the numbers also changed significantly. For example, was House District 92 in Benton County is now House District 12. Benton County Communications Director Melody Kwok said voters should have been issued a voter ID card to clarify which districts they belong to. Follow this link to enter your information and see your new districts. “This will contain your current position as a Justice of the Peace, your current school districts, Senate and State Representative districts, so you will know which districts you are currently in,” Kwok said. Primary election is Tuesday, May 24. Polling stations are open from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Voters in Arkansas will see different State House and Senate districts on their ballots Tuesday compared to the last day of the election.

The redistricting of states was completed in late 2021. Due to population growth in northwest Arkansas, House and Senate seats were added.

District numbers have also changed significantly. For example, was House District 92 in Benton County is now House District 12.

Benton County Communications Director Melody Kwok said voters should have been issued a voter ID card to clarify which districts they belong to. Follow this link to enter your information and see your new districts.

“It will contain your current position as a Justice of the Peace, your current school districts, Senate and State Representative districts, so you will know which districts you are currently in,” Kwok said.

Primary election day is Tuesday, May 24. Polling stations are open from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

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