Early voting numbers are high in the state, as over 24k voted on the first day. This is partially due to heightened media attention of the senate race, but Republicans and Democrats alike have launched get-out-the-vote campaigns. So, who will get the advantage from higher voter turnout?
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/RICK MCFARLAND –10/20/14– Barbara L’Eplattenier cq, high fives with her daughter Calliope, 3, of North Little Rock, after participating Monday on the first day of early voting in Little Rock for the Nov. 4, general election.
The candidates for Senate shake hands on the campaign trail.
The Senate race in Arkansas has been hotly debated and is considered crucial to the balance of power in Congress. These two men disagree on almost every issue and both campaigns are funded heavily.