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Go Vote, Craighead!

Go Vote, Craighead!

Ready to cast your ballot? Get your voter ID and vote early until November 7 (except for Sundays) at 315 West Jefferson in Jonesboro or 113 Cobean in Lake City. Election Day is November 8 and you can vote at any polling center (look up your polling center here). You can read our 2022 General Election Voter Guide, or read our recommendations:

  • Craighead Circuit Clerk – Deborah Johnson
  • State Senate 20 – Chenoa Summers
  • Justice of the Peace 1 – Jolene Mullet
  • Justice of the Peace 2 – Garrett Barnes
  • Justice of the Peace 3 – Carolyn Lewis
  • Justice of the Peace 7 – Steven Summers
  • U.S. Senate – Natalie James
  • U.S. House – Monte Hodges
  • Governor – Chris Jones
  • Lt. Governor – Kelly Krout
  • Attorney General – Jesse Gibson
  • Secretary of State – Anna Beth Gorman
  • Treasurer – Pam Whitaker
  • Land Commissioner – Goldi Gaines
  • Issue 1: No
  • Issue 2: No
  • Issue 3: No
  • Issue 4: No
  • Jonesboro School Millage: For
  • Library Millage Decrease: Against

If you have questions about the non-partisan races, need additional information, or need a ride to the polls, please message us on Facebook or use our contact form.

Press Release: Democratic Party of Arkansas on GOP Gerrymander

Press Release: Democratic Party of Arkansas on GOP Gerrymander

Arkansas Democrats Press Release with with the words press release in black text with a yellow highlight.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 29, 2021
Contact: pressoffice@arkdems.org

Governor Approves New Maps To Lower Black Representation In The Legislature

LITTLE ROCK РThe Arkansas Board of Apportionment rubber stamped newly drawn state House and state Senate maps today following a 30-day public comment period. Governor Asa Hutchinson approved of the new maps, which reduce the number of majority-minority districts from 17 to 14; tamper with the state’s only majority-Latinx district; and fail to take into account officially recorded public comments. The apportionment board utilized well-known racial gerrymandering tactics to draw the lines. These maps are illegal and will be met with challenges in court and a costly legal battle for the state.

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