In a blink of an eye, Mid Term Elections are here. Well, at least early voting is here. The Midterm Election Day is November 8 but if you want to vote early then now is the time. 

Early voting is now open in Arkansas and Texas. So now we just need to know where to vote and what time the polls are open in our area of Miller and Bowie counties.

Miller County Early Voting Times and Locations

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For Miller County residents the early voting will be from 8 AM to 6 PM Monday, October 24 Through Friday, November 4.

Both Saturdays  - October 29 and November 5, from10 AM to 4 PM.

Then the last of early voting will be Monday, November 7 from 8 AM to 5 PM

All Early voting in Miller County will take place at:

American Legion Building at 525 E. Broad St. in Texarkana

 

Bowie County Early Voting Times & Locations

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In Bowie County: Early voting is 8 AM to 6 PM Monday, October 24 through Friday, October 28.

Saturday, October 29 and Next week Monday, October 31 to Friday, November 4 you can vote from 7 AM to 7 PM.

If you are interested in voting on Sunday, October 30 you can only place your vote at the Bowie County Courthouse from 10 AM - 4 PM.

Find Ballot information here

Bowie County Courthouse 710 James Bowie Drive in New Boston

Texas High School at Sullivan Arts Performing Center 3941 Summerhill Road in Texarkana

Walnut Church of Christ at  2720 Moores Lane in Texarkana

Southwest Center  3222 W. Seventh St., Texarkana

Oak Street Baptist Church Family Life Center at 1510 W. Fourth St., Texarkana

Christ Community Church at 2905 Texas Blvd.in Texarkana

Pecan Ridge Apartments Community Center at 2210 W. 15th Street in Texarkana

Nash First Baptist Church at 500 E. New Boston Road in Nash

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