Pulaski County voters encouraged to review sample ballots before early voting


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Little Rock, Arkansas – Pulaski County Clerk Terri Hollingsworth is urging residents to prepare for the upcoming early voting period starting on February 20. This window of opportunity allows voters to participate in the democratic process ahead of the official election day, with early voting running through March 4 at thirteen designated sites across the county.

Voters will have the flexibility to choose from Democrat, Republican, or nonpartisan ballots for the judicial election, depending on their address. Hollingsworth emphasizes the importance of being informed about the choices on the ballot. “We are one of 16 states with an open primary allowing voters to vote in any one regardless of their political affiliation,” she said. “Today is a good day to review your sample ballot, research the candidates, and plan when and where you will early vote.”

Voting Locations and Times

The early voting sites will accommodate voters from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays, with a closure on Sundays. Notably, the Dunbar Recreation Center will serve as an early voting location, replacing the Sue Cowen Library due to renovations.

The list of voting sites includes several locations throughout Pulaski County, from libraries to community centers, ensuring accessibility for all eligible voters. The Pulaski County Regional Building at 501 W. Markham St. in Little Rock will be the only site open on the final day of voting, March 4, closing at 5 p.m.

Residents are encouraged to visit the Secretary of State’s website to find sample ballots and detailed information on voting locations. This preparation ensures that voters can make informed choices about the candidates and issues relevant to their community.

For additional questions or information, voters are advised to contact the Pulaski County Voter Registration office or visit the PulaskiClerk.com website. This election period is a critical time for Pulaski County residents to have their voices heard, and Clerk Hollingsworth’s message underscores the significance of being prepared and informed ahead of casting votes.


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