Benton County Voter Tools

Final Results from Tuesday November 29th Run-off
and November 8th General Election

First time voters must have an accepted form of ID 

  • Driver's License or State Issued ID Card
  • United States passport
  • College ID from an accredited educational institution of the State
  • Military ID
  • State or federal employee badge
  • Concealed carry permit
  • Public Assistance ID card
  • Bank statements & utility bills
  • Free voter ID card, available from County Clerk's Office

Polling Places: Voter dress code and picture taking rules 

In order to not interfere with the free casting of ballots, you cannot campaign inside an election space. Therefore, voters are not permitted to wear any campaign paraphernalia such as (but not limited to):
  • Buttons / Pins / Stickers
  • Hats / Caps
  • Candidate / Party T-shirts or other apperal
Voters in violation will not be turned away and instead will be asked to change clothes, turn their clothing inside out, cover up with a jacket, or simply remove item.

The County Clerk Offices will not allow pictures or selfies.
All other locations will allow voters to take pictures and selfies in voting booths with their ballots.

Electioneering near polling places and other state & federal election laws 

No person shall hand out or distribute or offer to hand out or distribute any campaign literature or any literature regarding any candidate or issue on the ballot, solicit signatures on any petition, solicit contributions for any charitable or other purpose, or do any electioneering of any kind whatsoever in the building or within one hundred feet (100') of the primary exterior entrance used by voters to the building containing the polling place on election day.
(Ark. Code Ann. ยง 7-1-103(9)(A)) Voters Rights Information Download State and Federal Election Laws
 

Arkansas Ballot Issues Guidebook (Issues 4, 5 & 7 are listed but not counted):