LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- The 20 months of campaigning and canvassing will all culminate on November 8.

While the presidential campaign has been equal parts informative, outlandish, and entertaining, it is not the only issue on the ballot.

When you walk into the voting both you will see Arkansans running for senator, mayor, sheriff, school board, and city council alongside the presidential candidates. You will also see multiple amendments to the state constitution, such as expanding the governor’s executive power and the legalization of medical marijuana.

These positions and issues will affect your life as much as (or more than) whomever is elected president. To be an informed voter is to understand who and what you are voting for. Please vote.

Early voting started October 24 and lasts through Election Day on November 8. For more information on voting, including where to vote, visit the Secretary of State's website.

In our guide, we cover the presidential, senatorial, and congressional races, as well as ballot measures on the Arkansas ballot. To see our complete guide, click here.