Arkansas PBS to provide live, exclusive statewide primary coverage May 24 beginning at 7 p.m.

Arkansas PBS will provide live, exclusive statewide primary election coverage Tuesday, May 24, beginning at 7 p.m. with “Election 2022: Primary Coverage.” A team of analysts and political insiders will join host Steve Barnes in covering the key legislative and judicial races as the votes are counted and the parties select their nominees for November.

In addition to real-time voting results and in-depth analysis, field reporters will be on site at Republican and Democrat watch parties to provide live look-ins and interviews with candidates and advocates as the 2022 Arkansas political and judicial landscape takes shape.

Live coverage continues after 10 p.m. online on the Arkansas PBS YouTube channel or on our Facebook page at YouTube.com/ArkansasPBS and Facebook.com/ArkansasPBS.




AR-CAN

AR-CAN – the Arkansas Citizens Access Network – provides unprecedented access to state government, giving Arkansas citizens a front row seat to legislative proceedings, board and commission meetings, and other government hearings and activities. The website is dedicated to livestreaming Arkansas state government events and meetings and serves as an important educational tool, allowing students to see their government at work while learning about public affairs and civic responsibility.

Be a Good Citizen

Our educators have created toolkits and resources for parents and teachers to help guide and engage children through the civics process during this election year. Find what you need here.

Voter Education

Want your voice to be heard, but don't know how?
The information on Arkansas Secretary of State website tells you everything you need to know about becoming an active Arkansas voter. Click here to visit Vote Naturally.org.

Are you registered? Have you moved?
You may need to update your voter information. Use this easy online voter registration search to find out.

Need to update?
Contact your county clerk (PDF)

Are you sure where and how to vote?
You can check that out, too, by visiting VoterView.org. All you need to know about voting in the Natural State!

U.S. Congressional Districts of Arkansas


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  • U.S. District 1
  • U.S. District 2
  • U.S. District 3
  • U.S. District 4