Super Tuesday Voting Begins; Polls Open In Arkansas And Oklahoma

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(KFSM) — Voting began for the Presidential Primary Election in both Arkansas and Oklahoma Tuesday (March 1).

Polling sites in Arkansas are open from 7:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m.

For polling sites in Washington County, click here. Voters no longer have to vote by precinct, they can now go to any of the polling sites on the list. However, there will be no voting at the county courthouse on Super Tuesday.

For information on where to vote in Benton County, click here. Voters in Benton County can also go to any of the polling sites and don’t have to vote by precinct. There will be no electronic voting at the Benton County Clerk’s Office on Super Tuesday, only paper ballots will be available at that location.

To find your polling site in Sebastian and Crawford Counties, click here.

According to the Washington County Election Commission, Arkansas voters are not required to show identification in order to vote. Poll works are required to ask for identification, but voters are not required to show any.

For more information on what you can expect when casting a ballot in Arkansas, click here.

Voters in Oklahoma can cast their ballots between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. at their polling sites.

Oklahoma voters are required to show identification in order to cast a ballot.

Oklahoma residents who need help figuring out where to vote, click here.

For more information on what you can expect when casting a ballot in Oklahoma, click here.

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