Voter Registration in Arkansas
As a resident of Arkansas and the United States, you have a civic responsibility to participate in the democratic process. The combination of all our voices is what makes this country so unique. Whether you are just coming of age or have recently moved to Arkansas, take the time to register to vote.
- Arkansas Resident
- U.S. Citizen
- Mentally Competent
- 18 Years Old
Register to vote at least 30 days before the next election or you may not qualify. Once you have registered, you won't need to do it again, unless you move to a new state.
You can register by mail or in person.
The voter registration form can be downloaded and completed online.
Habla espanol? Use the Spanish voter registration form.
Take the form to any county clerk at least 30 days prior to the next election, or drop it in the mail:
- Secretary of State, Charlie Daniels
- Attn: Voter Registration
- P.O. Box 8111
- Little Rock, AR 72203-8111
Registering by mail is easy and only costs you the price of the stamp. If you miss the 30-day deadline don't worry, go ahead and register because then you'll be ready for the next local, state, or national election. And remember, every vote counts!
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