Early voting in the 2016 General Election has begun in both Arkansas and Texas, prior to the November 8th Election Day.

Voters can either vote early or on the day of the election, which is Tuesday, November 8.

In Miller County, early voting at the Miller County Courthouse will take place October 24 through November 7, 2016. Voting hours at the courthouse are 8:00AM to 6PM weekdays, 10AM to 4PM on Saturday and 8AM  to 5PM on Monday, November 7.

Early voting will also occur at Hickory Street Baptist Church, 2923 Hickory Street on October 27, 28 29 and November 3, 4 and 5, and at the Stanley Davis Community Center in Fouke on October 27, 28, 29 and Nov. 3 and 4. The early voting hours at Hickory Street Baptist and Fouke are 8AM to 6PM on Thursday and Friday and 10AM to 4PM on Saturday.

Miller County is a Vote Center County and any registered voter in Miller County may vote at any of the three early vote locations.

The Commission would also like to remind registered voters that they may vote at any polling place within the County on Election Day from 7:30AM to 7:30PM.  Voters will not be able to vote at the Miller County Courthouse on Election Day.

In Bowie County, early voting will be going on from October 24 through November 5.
You can vote early at the Bowie County Courthouse in New Boston, in the 1st floor lounge or at the Bi-State Justice Center Building West Entrance in Texarkana.

Early voting will be from 8AM to 5PM the 24th through the 28th. It will be from 9AM to 5PM on Saturday the 29th, and from 1;00 to 5PM on Sunday the 30th.
It will continue on Monday and Tuesday, October 31 and November 1 from 8AM to 5PM, then on Wednesday November 1 and Thursday November 2 from 6AM to 6PM.
Finally early voting will end in Bowie County on Friday November 4, when the polls will be open from 8AM to 5PM. Polls will be open on Election Day, Tuesday November 8 from 7AM to 7PM in Bowie County.
If you are a registered voter in either state, we urge you to get out and exercise your constitutional right by voting.