Early Voting Officially Begins for November Elections

LITTLE ROCK, AR – It’s the day candidates have been working toward for months.

Voters were coming in pairs and opening the door.

“I came to early vote,” says Doris Wright.

the door to change by casting their vote.

“It is imperative that we exercise this constitutional privilege that our founding fathers set up for us,” says Wright.

Doris Wright along with many others in Pulaski County hit the polls for the first day of early voting.

“It’s your biggest civic opportunity for engagement with the government,” says Zac Hale.

Those voters were faced with big decisions this November election like who will be the next governor of Arkansas.

“There are a lot of really important issues and races this particular election,” says Hale.

All understanding the importance of the touch of a screen.

“If we don’t vote. We don’t have a voice,” says Wright.

Leaving with their sticker, and knowing their voice makes a difference.

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