Almost 2,700 people voted early in Polk County, Arkansas for the midterm general election according to Polk County Clerk Terri Harrison.

Early voting started Monday, October 22nd, and after the the polling locations closed today, November 3rd, 2,690 voters had voted early, or 22.5% of the county's registered voters.
The daily breakdowns are below.
Oct 22nd—321
Oct 23rd—263
Oct 24th—223
Oct 25th—220
Oct 26th—249
Oct 27th— 70
Oct 29th—268
Oct 30th—217
Oct 31st—187
Nov 1st—-239
Nov 2nd—331
Nov 3rd—-102
Early voting will continue on Monday, November 5th, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. at the Polk County Office Complex (old hospital) on Pine Street in Mena.
Tuesday, November 6th is Election Day and the Vote Centers in Polk County will be open from 7:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Registered voters will be able to vote at any of the eight Vote Centers in the county.
Vote Center #1 Polk County Office Complex  (old hospital) 606 Pine Street in Mena
Vote Center #2 9th Street Ministries building 306 9th Street in Mena
Vote Center #3 Acorn High School 143 Polk Road 196 in Acorn
Vote Center #4 Concord Baptist Church 3467 Hwy 88 East in Ink
Vote Center #5 Salem Baptist Church 115 Polk Road 56 in Nunley
Vote Center #6 Hatfield Town Hall 115 Town Hall Park in Hatfield
Vote Center #7 Cove Town Hall 5568 Hwy 71 South in Cove
Vote Center #8 Grannis Town Hall 132 Frachiseur Road in Grannis
11-3-18 4:46 p.m. kawx.org 

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