More than 25,000 people voted early in Faulkner County during early voting, which ended at 5 p.m. Monday.

Faulkner County Election Coordinator reported that 25,866 of the 74,873 registered voters in the county voted early in the 2018 midterm election.

Polls will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at 22 vote centers throughout the county. As long as a voter is in line by 7:30 p.m., he or she will be allowed to vote.

Vote center locations include:

• Bethlehem Baptist Church.

• Copperas Springs Baptist Church.

• Damascus City Hall.

• Don Owen Sports Complex.

• Enders Community Center.

• Friendship Baptist Church.

• Grace United Methodist Church.

• Greenbrier City Event Center.

• Hendrix College.

• Holland City Hall.

• Mayflower City Hall.

• McGee Sports Center.

• Mt. Gale Baptist Church.

• Mt. Vernon Baptist Church.

• Naylor United Methodist Church.

• Peace Lutheran Church.

• Pickles Gap Baptist Church.

• Springhill Baptist Church.

• True Holiness Saints Center.

• University of Central Arkansas.

• Vilonia First Baptist Church.

• Wooster First Baptist Church.

“Any Faulkner County registered voter can vote at any vote center location in the county,” County Clerk Margaret Darter said.

Registered voters in Faulkner County by age:

• 18-24 years old: 11,142.

• 25-34 years old: 15,358.

• 34-44 years old: 12,176.

• 45-54 years old: 11,493.

• 55-64 years old: 11,243.

• 64-74 years old: 8,140.

• 75 and older: 5,321.

Total as of Oct. 25: 74,873.