Yes. Any registered voter may vote early in the state of Arkansas. Typically, early voting is held at your county clerk’s office, but some counties may establish other early voting locations, as well. Depending on the type of election, early voting is held from fifteen (15) to seven (7) days prior to Election Day.
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