Early Voting Underway In Washington, Benton County Special Election

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ARKANSAS (KFSM) — Early voting starts Wednesday (July 5) for special elections in parts of Benton County and Washington County. The official election will be held on Tuesday, July 11.

BENTON COUNTY:

  • Voters will decide if the city of Avoca in Benton County can start selling liquor on Sundays. If it passes, Two Sisters Liquor along with a gas station and dollar general will be able to sell alcohol on Sundays.
    • Early voting will take place at the Benton County Clerks Office in Bentonville and Rogers. For more information, CLICK HERE.
  • The Beaver Lake Fire Department is wanting voters to approve more money to staff the fire station 24/7 with firefighters. Residents who receive their emergency services from the Beaver Lake Fire Department pay a $75 annual tax. The measure would raise it to $150.
    • Early voting will take place at the Benton County Clerks Office in Bentonville and Rogers. For more information, CLICK HERE.

WASHINGTON COUNTY:

  • The City of Tontitown is hoping voters approve a new three-fourths of one percent or 0.75 percent sales tax during a special election this summer. The city wants to build a water line to connect to the Benton Washington Regional Public Water Authority.
    • Early voting will take place at the Washington County Courthouse in Fayetteville. For more information, CLICK HERE.