LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — Some Arkansas voters will be going to the polls again as the runoff elections begin next week.
Sherwood, Jacksonville, Wrightsville, and Alexander have mayoral races that are now headed to a runoff.
Pulaski County voters in these areas will be headed back to the polls to vote in these elections.
Early voting will start on Tuesday, November 29, and there will be three locations to cast your ballot:
- Pulaski County Regional Building in downtown Little Rock
- Bethel Baptist Church in Jacksonville
- First Christian Church of Sherwood
"Even though folks in Wrightsville don't have an early voting location, they can certainly come down here to the Pulaski Regional Building; but if they happen to be in Sherwood or Jacksonville, they can certainly vote in those particular areas," said Pulaski County Clerk Terri Hollingsworth.
Early voting ends at 5 p.m. each day, and there will be no early voting on Saturdays.
Next Tuesday is also the deadline to request your ballot to be mailed to you.
Election Day for the runoffs will be Tuesday, December 6th. Voters will go to their assigned precinct on Election Day and will need their license or a photo ID to vote.
To see your ballot or where your precinct is to vote, you can go to Voterview on the Arkansas Secretary of State website.