Don’t forget to check your polling place!

By: - November 8, 2022 2:04 pm

Chris Powell, press secretary for the Arkansas Secretary of State’s office, said there hadn’t been any major election problems across the state as of about 1:30 p.m. 

He encouraged people to verify their polling places before heading out to vote. He said that one man at his polling place waited in line for about 40 minutes before being told his polling place had changed. 

You can check your polling place by using an online tool created by the Secretary of State’s office.

Once the polls close at 7:30 p.m., results will start to be posted on the Secretary of State’s office website, starting with early votes and absentee ballots.

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Hunter Field
Hunter Field

Hunter Field is a veteran Arkansas journalist whose reporting on the state has carried him from military air strips in northwest Arkansas to soybean fields in the Arkansas delta. He spent the better part of the last decade investigating and reporting on Arkansas government and politics. For three years, he covered education policy, medical marijuana and the Arkansas General Assembly as part of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s Capitol Bureau. Most recently, he was the Democrat-Gazette's projects editor, leading the newspaper's investigative team. Hunter got his start in journalism covering sports for The Commercial Appeal in Memphis. A Memphis native, he enjoys smoking barbecue, kayaking and fishing in his free time.

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