The 2018 primary election is here! To vote, the new Act 633 of 2017 requires you to either (1) present a photo ID or (2) vote using a provisional ballot process. If you don’t have one of the approved forms of photo ID and don’t want to go through the extra steps of voting by provisional ballot, the county clerk’s office in the county in which you’re registered to vote is authorized and has the equipment to provide you with a free Voter Verification Card. This card will qualify you to vote using a regular ballot instead of a provisional ballot. To find out more about applying for a Voter Verification Card in Pulaski County, click HERE or call our Voter Registration Department at 501-340-8336. If you prefer to obtain a driver's license or non-driver ID issued by your local Revenue Office, click HERE for more information.
Candidates who have filed with the Office of the Pulaski Circuit/County Clerk for the May 22, 2018 Preferential Primary Election and Nonpartisan Election:
Candidates who have filed with the Office of the Pulaski Circuit/County Clerk for the November 6, 2018 Jacksonville and Sherwood municipal office elections:
E-Filing is now mandatory!
5 Reasons to Sign Up for E-Filing
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For more information on e-Filing, click here or call our office at (501) 340-8412.