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Tuesday special elections in Sherwood, Watson Chapel & Hot Springs

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Voters in Sherwood, Watson Chapel and Hot Springs all have a chance to go to the polls Tuesday.

Sherwood voters will decide  whether to stay with North Little Rock Electric Department as the city's energy provider. Sherwood approved renewing the contract in November and Tuesday voters will decide whether to approve that ordinance.

In Watson Chapel, the school district is asking voters to approve a 2.3 millage increase to build a new K-1 building to replace Edgewood Elementary.

Hot Springs voters can choose to change their city government from being run by city directors to being run by aldermen.

Not sure if you're eligible to vote in one of these elections? Click here to find out if you're registered, where you're registered, along with other important information.

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