The Arkansas chapter of the AARP on Wednesday released a "nonpartisan" voter guide featuring the positions of candidates in "key federal and state races — in their own words — on critical issues," according to an AARP Arkansas news release.

The Arkansas chapter of the AARP on Wednesday released a "nonpartisan" voter guide featuring the positions of candidates in "key federal and state races — in their own words — on critical issues," according to an AARP Arkansas news release.


Voter Guides are available at www.aarp.org/yourvote for Arkansas’ U.S. Senate race; U.S. House of Representatives seats in congressional Districts 1, 2 and 4; governor; and attorney general.


AARP does not support, oppose, or contribute to any candidates for elected office, according to the news release.


Voters can enter their street address to see a list of responses from the three statewide races and the applicable U.S. House race that will appear on each voter’s Nov. 4 general election ballot. Visitors to www.aarp.org/yourvote can also contact the campaigns with their comments or questions and find out where they can vote in their state.