Yes. Any registered voter can vote via mail-in absentee ballot in the state of Arkansas, if he or she meets certain eligibility requirements. You can vote by absentee ballot if you will be unavoidably absent from your county on Election Day, or if you are unable to vote in person due to illness or physical disability. You also can vote by absentee ballot if you are a member of the military, or a spouse or dependent of a member of the military, or you are otherwise temporarily living outside of the United States.
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