Early voting is in full swing for Fayetteville’s special election.
Fayetteville residents are being asked to extend a one percent sales tax.
The revenue would fund 10 citywide projects, including a cultural arts corridor and improvements to the police department.
You can submit an early ballot this week through Friday, April 6, and also on Monday, April 8 at the Washington County Clerk’s Office.
Two-hundred people cast an early ballot Tuesday.
County Clerk Jennifer Price said early voting is a great way to avoid long lines on election day.
“In 2016, the City of Fayetteville has a special election, and overall for early voting they did 1,900, so we’re hoping to match or to exceed that number,” Price said.
Election day is Tuesday, April 9 from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 that evening.