Voter Registration

You must be registered to vote at least 30 days prior to election day in the state of Arkansas. The requirements to register include:

  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Be an Arkansas resident (residing in Arkansas at least 30 days before the first election in which you plan to vote)
  • Be 18 or turn 18 on or before the next election
  • Not be convicted of a felony without your sentence having been discharged or pardoned
  • Not be presently adjudged mentally incompetent as to your ability to vote by a court of competent jurisdiction
  • Must not claim the right to vote in another other county or state

You can complete a voter registration application in person at the following locations:

  • County Clerk’s office (visit our office at 401 West Markham Street in Little Rock)
  • Local revenue of DMV office
  • Local libraries
  • Disability agency
  • Military recruitment office
  • Any Voter registration drive

Consider yourself registered in Pulaski County when - and only when - you receive an acknowledgment from our office. If you do not receive a notice within two weeks of applying, call us at (501) 340-8336 or go to voterview.ar-nova.org to check the status of your application.

Voter Registration Application - English

Voter Registration Application - Spanish

Check Your Voter Registration

FOIA Request

Voter Information

If your organization is planning a voter registration or education event, listed below are some useful voting information to share.

2024 Key Election Dates

2023 Key Election Dates

 

2022 Key Election Dates

2022 Key Election Dates - Printable Version

2022 Key Election Dates Printable - Spanish

 

2022 Preferential Primary Dates

2022 Preferential Primary Dates -  Printable Version

2022 Preferential Primary Dates Printable - Spanish

 

2022 General Election Dates

2022 General Election Dates -  Printable Version

2022 General Election Dates Printable - Spanish

 

Check your Voter Status QR Code

 

Voter Restoration Flyer 

Voter Restoration Flyer - Printable Version

Voter Restoration Flyer Printable - Spanish

 

Please fill out the speaker request form if you or your organization are interested in the clerk or a representative speaking to your group.

Request a Speaker

Absentee Voting

Eligible voters who would like to vote by absentee ballot must request one by completing  and returning an absentee ballot application. For more information on voting absentee, click here.

Absentee Ballot Application >

How to Complete an Absentee Ballot Application >

Overseas Absentee Ballot and Voter Registration Application (For more information on oversees voting by absentee click here)

 

VOTER REGISTRATION TRAINING WORKSHOPS

Clerk Terri Hollingsworth hosted two popular Trainings with the Clerk via Zoom in July 2020. Check the space below for future workshops as they are announced. If you have questions about voter registration, you may check your address and registration status here, refer to our Voter Registration page, or contact the Voter Registration Department for additional assistance by email or phone (501) 340-8336.