You can register to vote in the state of Arkansas in person at your local county clerk’s office, your State Revenue Office, any Driver Services office, any public library or the Arkansas State Library, any public assistance or disability agency, or any military recruitment office. You can also get an application form to register to vote by mail at your county clerk’s office, by calling the Arkansas Secretary of State office, or by downloading and printing a form from the Secretary of State’s website. Your registration form should be delivered or mailed to your local county clerk’s office no later than thirty (30) days prior to the election.
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