Voters can drive up, drop off absentee ballots every Saturday this month

Staff say turning in your own a quick process

By Mike Jones
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

BENTONVILLE -- Voters in Benton and Washington counties can drop off absentee ballots every Saturday this month, officials said.

Staff from the Benton County Clerk's Office will be at the county administration building at 215 E. Central Ave. in downtown Bentonville from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to accept absentee ballots. Voters will drive up, park in a parking spot and call (479) 271-1013. An employee will meet them, according to Channing Barker, county communications director.

"Even if it's busy on Saturday, it should go pretty quickly," Benton County Clerk Betsy Harrell said. "Turning in your own ballot is a quick process. We just check ID and take the ballot." READ MORE.

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