Early Voting May 5-19

LITTLE ROCK, AR - Over 5,000 voters turned out for the first day of early voting in the May primary elections. This is the first time you're required to bring a photo ID to vote.

Despite the Voter ID Law being ruled unconstitutional twice, you will need a photo ID to vote in the May primary.

To keep from any confusion last week, the judge kept his ruling from taking effect because of early voting starting today.

"This is the first day (May 5) and it will continue through Monday (May 19), the day before the primary. You'll need to contact the County Clerk's Office to see where that location may be. It may be off site other than the court house itself," says Elections Director Rob Hammons.

The Arkansas Supreme Court is also deciding the fate of the Voter ID Law in a separate case. The primary is May 20.

Click here for early voting information in Pulaski County. Residents of other counties should check with the county clerk's office or their county's courthouse.

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