Polls are now open in south Arkansas for three runoff elections.
In Union County, only seven people have shown up so far to cast their vote for the runoff for Strong's Alderman race between Carrie Daniels and Sandra Gaskin.
The clerk says it's not unusual for the low voter turnout in a race; only affecting certain people.
"I think those number are pretty understandable. There's only about 350 people that would be eligible to vote in that election because it's inside the city limits of Strong."
Other races Tuesday include a runoff for Drew County Judge between Robert Akin and Robin Hood.
And in Bearden there is a runoff for Alderman between Rebecca Arnold and William Quarles.
You can vote for the Bearden race at the Bearden Lion's Club and to find out where to vote for the Drew County Judge race, you can call the Drew County Clerk's office at 870-460-6260.
Polls will be open until 7:30 tonight.