PULASKI COUNTY, AR -- The May 20th Primary Election is still a few weeks away, but early voting begins in less than 72 hours.
Monday, May 5th is the day to start casting your ballots. But this time, you must choose a political party before you vote.
Pulaski County voters will elect a judge, sheriff, circuit court clerk, and a Justice of the Peace for 15 districts.
In Benton County, voters will choose local and state elected officials. Benton County Clerk Tena O'Brien explains how this election differs from others.
"Our May election is a party primary which means that you must either vote a republican, democrat, or libertarian ballot," says O'Brien.
Link to early voting locations and times:
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