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Baxter County March 5, 2024 Primary Election

Registered Voters in Baxter County

Mailed Ballots
33 Absentee Mailed

Early Voting Details

Updated: 2/22 @ 6:05 p.m.

Current Early Vote Totals: 688 / 2.35% turnout

DayVotes Cast
Tuesday 2/20217
Wednesday 2/21247
Thursday 2/22224
Friday 2/23
Saturday 2/24
Monday 2/26
Tuesday 2/27**
**Pre-election Reports are due from candidates
Wednesday 2/28
Thursday 2/29
Friday 3/1
Saturday 3/2
Monday 3/4

Where to Vote on Election Day in Mountain Home, Baxter County

Early voting is in full swing. Voters may vote only at First United Methodist Church. There is no voting at the Baxter County Courthouse this year.

T-F:     Feb. 20th – Feb. 23rd     8:00am – 6:00pm
Sat:    Feb. 24th                      10:00am – 4:00pm    
M-F:   Feb. 26th – March 1st   8:00 am – 6:00pm
Sat:    March 2nd                    10:00am – 4:00pm
Mon:  March 4th                       8:00am – 5:00pm    

Early Voting Location:
First United Methodist Church
605 W. 6th Street, Mountain Home, Arkansas

Voting Centers in Baxter County on Election Day March 5, 2024

A Baxter County voter may vote at any of the voting centers listed below:

Poll LocationAddress
Baxter County Training Center170 Dillard Drive, Midway, Arkansas
Big Flat City HallHwy 14, Big Flat, Arkansas
East Side Baptist Church718 East 9th Street, Mountain Home, Arkansas
First United Methodist Church605 West 6th Street, Mountain Home, Arkansas
Henderson Fire Station12487 Hwy 62 East, Henderson, Arkansas
Lakeview Civic Center14 Skyles Lane, Lakeview, Arkansas
Lone Rock Baptist Church6726 Push Mountain Road, Norfork, Arkansas
Norfork Baptist Church36 2nd Street, Norfork, Arkansas
Northeast Lakeside Fire Department5482 Hwy 62 East, Mountain Home, Arkansas
Salesville City Hall46 Gillespie Street, Salesville, Arkansas
The Good Shepherd Methodist Church179 Memory Lane, Cotter, Arkansas

The Latest Baxter County Arkansas Election News

First day of early voting dismal at 0.74% turnout, 217 ballots cast in Baxter County
The first day of early voting in this year’s presidential primary left Baxter County officials underwhelmed. Only 217 ballots were cast yesterday. There are 29,339 eligible voters in the county, leaving turnout at a dismal 0.74% for Tuesday. “This is by far the slowest first day of early voting that I’ve ever seen,” said Lindsay…

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Mountain Home School Board candidates talk district pain points at PTO meeting
Despite the low attendance at Mountain Home’s PTO meeting Tuesday evening, that did not stop Mollie Morgan and Russell Luder from talking about tough issues and highlighting their previous accomplishments to frame themselves as the best person for the job. Luder and Morgan are competing with good sportsmanship for a seat on Mountain Home Public…

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Marion County Republicans host Nazarenko, Albright for voters trying to decide the fate of AR House District 4
It was a packed room at the Marion County Annex Courtroom for the Marion County Republican Committee on Thursday evening. The committee hosted both Jason Nazarenko of Cotter and Tink Albright of Gassville for a candidate panel on a variety of topics. Nazarenko and Albright are both Republicans competing for the seat. Whoever wins this…

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Judge denies Norfork School Board President’s petition to be placed on ballot, agrees that Clerk staff misinformed Woods over election filing
Circuit Judge Andrew Bailey issued a final order denying Norfork School Board President Levi Woods’s petition to be placed on the ballot in the Position 2 seat for the Norfork Public Schools’ Board of Education in next month’s election. Norfork’s Stephanie Free will run for Position 2 unopposed. Woods filed the petition after Baxter…

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Gov. Sanders endorses Nazarenko of Cotter for AR House District 4, Albright responds
Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders has placed her thumb on the scale of this year’s Republican primary by endorsing Jason Nazarenko of Cotter for Arkansas House District 4 over Tink Albright of Gassville. The endorsement came Monday evening on the X (Formerly Twitter) social media platform. “I’m proud to support Jason Nazarenko for Arkansas State House District 4,”…

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