The Department of Justice’s long-standing Election Day Program has an important role in deterring election fraud and discrimination at the polls.
Before he makes a decision about running for president, he has his eyes fixed on next month's midterm elections.
In order for citizens to get a question on the ballot, supporters must collect signatures. For this year's election nearly 63,000 were needed to create or change a law, and more than 78,000 were needed to change the state constitution.
House District 15 candidate, Wayne Willems admitted he was already the underdog running against an incumbent republican, but his campaign was made tougher considering about two dozen of his signs had been stolen over the past month.
Under Arkansas state law election workers are required to ask voters for identification, just as a matter of procedure. But voters don't have to show their ID to be able to vote.
Facing his toughest reelection bid, Senator Mark Pryor said Monday he believes he'll prevail because "people here vote for the person."
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Arkansas political experts weigh in on the countdown to Election Day.
Former President, Bill Clinton spoke among many Arkansans about the importance of voting in the November election.
Voters will decide on measure in November election.
Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Asa Hutchinson shares his thought's as the General Election approaches. Hutchinson shares he has almost traveled 100,000 miles during his campaign.
Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Mike Ross shares his thoughts on the upcoming race for Arkansas Governor. Ross talks about his Jobs First Tour, the final stretch in the Gubernatorial Race, his recent endorsement from Former President Bill Clinton and his small town values after growing up in Southwest Arkansas.
RPA Chairman Doyle Webb announced in a press conference this morning that he was filing a lawsuit against Nate Steel for Illegal Exaction.
He will headline rallies in Hot Springs, Hope, North Little Rock, Pine Bluff, and Forrest City.
The two leading candidates for Arkansas' 2nd congressional district accused each other of running false ads and made unheeded requests to apologize.
Arkansas Attorney General Candidate Leslie Rutledge discusses her voter registration controversy with Aaron Nolan and talks about the weeks leading up to November.
The debates will tape and air on the Arkansas Educational Television Network on Oct. 13-17. Additionally, debates will be streamed live during taping.
Former President Bill Clinton on Monday urged young voters to register, vote and not allow outside influences to "hijack our politics."
Democratic candidate for governor seeks to "close pay gap in Arkansas."
His lead over Mike Ross is 46 percent to 42 percent.