Public Voting Records

Arkansas Public Voting Records

The Elections Division for Arkansas is handled by the Secretary of State which establishes and maintains uniform and fair statewide registration and election systems. The Elections Division also servers as a clearinghouse for campaign finance reports that are filed with the Arkansas Ethics Commission.

Address and Phone

	Arkansas Secretary of State
	Main Offices
	State Capitol, RM 256
	Little Rock, AR 72201

Toll Free



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Arkansas Public Voting Records

View the most current election calendar for the state of Arkansas

2012 PDF

2014 PDF

Register to vote

Applications are available in English and Spanish and can be mailed in. Addiitonal copies are also available from the local County Clerk, Secretary of State or the Secretary of State Elections Division offices.

English PDF

Spanish PDF

In order to register all applicants must be

	• U.S. Citizen
	• Arkansas Resident for at least 30 days before the election
	• Be of legal voting age (18) prior to the election
	• Not be presently adjudged as mentally incompetent
	• Not be a convicted felon 

Absentee Voting

Absentee Voting is available by contacting the county clerk in the area you're registered to vote. You must apply for absentee voting in person the day before the election, by mail or electronic notification 7 days before the election or by 1:30pm on the day of the election if by Authorized Agent.

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