NWA MLK Council event offers coronavirus tests and voter registration

Noble Horvath

powered by Microsoft News Skip To Navigation Skip To Content Skip To Footer Change language & content: Afrique francophone (français)América Latina (español)Argentina (español)Australia (English)België (Nederlands)Belgique (français)Brasil (português)Canada (English)Canada (français)Česká republika (čeština)Chile (español)Colombia (español)Danmark (Dansk)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (español)France (français)India (English)India (मराठी)India (हिंदी)India (বাংলা)India (తెలుగు)Indonesia (Bahasa Indonesia)International Edition […]







NWA MLK Council event offers coronavirus tests and voter registration

The Northwest Arkansas Martin Luther King Jr. Council held an event to give community members the opportunity to register to vote in the upcoming election, and get tested for COVID-19. It was held outside the St. James Baptist Church in Fayetteville.



a car that has a sign on the side of a road: Register to vote sign at the event


© 40/29 News
Register to vote sign at the event

The coronavirus testing and voter registration were both offered in a drive-thru format, allowing people to do either, or both, from their vehicle.

Sign up for our Newsletters

“Everyone has a right to vote, and it is important to get registered. There are some important deadlines we are trying to meet,” said event organizer Quinton Green.

Watch the video above to learn more.

READ THE FULL STORY:NWA MLK Council event offers coronavirus tests and voter registration

CHECK OUT KHBS:Get the top Fort Smith and Fayetteville news of the day. With live, local coverage and the latest weather, KHBS/KHOG gives you more of what you want.

Continue Reading


Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article.










Next Post

Coronavirus: Non-essential travel could be restricted in Ireland

Related Topics Coronavirus pandemic image copyrightGetty Images image captionThe department of health in the Republic will present the options to the government Options are being prepared for the Irish government on how to restrict non-essential travel from countries outside the UK and European Union, according to the Republic’s health minister. […]