Monday at 8 a.m. voting centers around the area will open their doors to begin early voting.
According to Washington County Election Coordinator Jennifer Price, voter turnout numbers in the area typically are not very high for early voting.
But, with a longer ballot than in 2016, Price says getting out early may benefit voters come November 6th.
“The time it will take a voter to cast that ballot has increased so to improve long lines on election day we encourage everyone to take advantage of the eight sites we have open for those two weeks and cast your ballot early,” said Price.
All voters this year must present an approved id when casting their ballot.
Voting centers in Washington and Benton counties will be open until 6 p.m. Tomorrow and will continue early voting for two weeks.