Chris Jones to Join His Parents in His Hometown of Pine Bluff for Early Voting

October 30, 2022

Chris Jones to Join His Parents as they Cast Their Ballots On Monday as the Second Week of Early Voting Begins

Monday, October 31st, 4:30-5:30 pm

Jefferson County Courthouse, 101 E. Barraque St., Pine Bluff, AR

Chris Jones will join his parents, family and friends in his hometown of Pine Bluff as they cast their ballots in-person as the second week of Early Voting begins Monday. Leon Jones Sr. and Beverly Gail Jones, parents of Jones, the Democratic nominee for Arkansas governor, will join tens of thousands of Arkansans expected to make their voices heard as the second week of Early Voting begins across the state Monday, October 31st. At the Jefferson County Courthouse, Jones’ parents Leon and Beverly, alongside more family and friends.

Jones and his wife Dr. Jerrilyn Jones voted early with their three children – a family tradition for the Jones family for more than a decade – on October 24 at the Pulaski County Courthouse. To encourage more Arkansans to vote, Jones has asked each supporter across the state to bring people with them to vote before or on Election Day.

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Quotes from Chris Jones:
“Early Voting continues this week through Monday, November 7, and not including Sunday, November 6. I’m asking neighbors all across the state not only to find a convenient location in your county and vote, but to take the extra step to get others to the polls.”

“We are getting closer and closer to closing the gap in this election every day, and it’s because Arkansans – including Independents and moderate Republicans – want a governor that will spread opportunity across the state like PB&J. That’s high-quality education starting with Preschool, solid infrastructure starting with Broadband for all & real economic development starting with good, high-paying Jobs. Early voting is where all the so-called experts will see the energy and enthusiasm that has been underestimated so far in this election”

“Together, we can make history. Together, we can build a state where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.

More Info on Voting:
Early voting in Arkansas continues on Monday. Chris Jones, Democratic Nominee for Governor, would like to remind voters that early voting for the 2022 General Election is underway through November 7th. Polls will be open Monday through Friday from 8 until 6; Saturdays from 10 until 4; and 8 until 5 on the final Monday before Election Day. Polls are closed on Sundays. To check their voter registration, registered voters can find their polling location and operating hours, or view a sample ballot, by visiting Those that have moved to another county since they last voted have until Friday, November 4th to update their voter registration with their county clerk for this election. Election Day is Tuesday, November 8th. Polls that day will be open from 7:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Arkansas law requires that voters present a photo ID before voting.

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The Jones family will talk with voters at least 100 feet away from the Courthouse election before and/or after voting. They’ll be available for photos during this time.

Please contact to confirm attendance at any Chris Jones for Governor events. Chris may be available for one-on-one interviews before or after the event. For additional information and media inquiries, please contact the campaign.

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About Chris Jones

Dr. Chris Jones, the 2022 Democratic nominee for Governor of Arkansas, is a physicist, minister, educator, non-profit executive leader, father and husband. Chris, a Pine Bluff, Arkansas native, is a son of two preachers and was raised with a strong sense of faith. He attended Morehouse College on a NASA Scholarship for physics and math, then went on to study at MIT becoming a nuclear engineer and earning a Ph.D. in urban planning. After becoming ordained as a minister, Chris returned home to Arkansas and led the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub. Through this work, he has seen firsthand how disparities within Arkansas have gotten worse, not better. He believes there is much room for growth, including improving public education opportunities in every community, strengthening infrastructure from roads to broadband access, protecting and securing our right to vote, and bridging the rural and urban divide. Chris has faith in Arkansas’s potential, and he is running for governor to ensure every person in Arkansas has an opportunity to succeed. Chris is the proud husband to Dr. Jerrilyn Jones, an emergency medicine physician and U.S. Air Force combat veteran who served in Afghanistan. Together, they are proud parents to three daughters.

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