Stacker compiled information from government agencies and voting rights organizations on how you can become a poll worker, and various other resources to encourage and empower voting
To help Arkansans understand the four proposed constitutional amendments, the Public Policy Center has published an online guide to the ballot issues.
In lieu of a traditional keynote address, the podium was pushed back in favor of two chairs. Ingram gave his address in the form of a conversation with Democratic Party of Arkansas Chair Grant Tennille.
There will be a non-partisan civic information meeting for rural voters in the Okolona and Antoine areas, plus anyone else interested in learning about how to vote, register, learn about candidates and issues
The Arkadelphian sent both candidates an email with a list of questions regarding their stance on issues in the local education system. Here is how they responded:
Early voting begins this week for the Zone 1 position on Arkadelphia’s Board of Education.
Overturf secured 56 percent of the vote in that race, with him receiving 195 votes to Johnny Ledbetter’s 152.