Voter Registration

NOTE: Beginning on Monday, March 16, 2020, public access to the Pulaski County Courthouse is restricted through March 31, 2020, to limit public exposure to COVID-19.

The Pulaski County Judge has extended the restrictions on public access to county buildings and other precautions through May 31, 2020.

The Pulaski County Circuit and County Clerk’s employees are working weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Business should be conducted online, by phone, or email if possible. Please contact the appropriate department for more details.


The primary goal of the clerk’s Voter Registration Department is to maintain accurate voter registration records for Pulaski County.  In keeping with this goal, department staffers are responsible for processing new voter registration applications and registration change forms.  They also distribute and receive absentee ballots.  The clerk’s office does not provide services related to the act of voting, such as selection and administration of polling places, supervision of poll workers, and the counting of votes.  Those services are instead provided by the Pulaski County Election Commission.


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2019 Registered Voter Notifications (NVRA)

Pulaski County Clerk and Voter Registrar Terri Hollingsworth announced on April 25 2019 that the Voter Registration Department, in compliance with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, has mailed notifications to 56,697 registered voters in the county. This number includes 52,497 confirmation cards and 4,000 cancellation cards. If you have received one of these cards, please respond. This is not junk mail. You may call the Voter Registration Department or fill out the return card and mail it in. 

Information on the National Voter Registration Act 2019 outreach in Pulaski County

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have questions concerning Voter Registration, please refer to the FAQs section.




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