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What to know for this year’s primary election

voter ID law

Arkansas’ May 22 primary and non-partisan judicial election is right around the corner, and early voting is underway. You have likely heard the hubbub surrounding the voter ID requirement. The latest: The Arkansas Supreme Court decided that election officials at the polls can require voters to present photo identification prior to casting ballots.

To see who will be on your ballot, check out Ballotpedia. Enter your address and you’ll get all the information you need. The Arkansas Secretary of State’s office also lets you easily search with your name or address to find information about your polling location.

– Chris Keene, Ghidotti Communciations

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