"Arkansas, like many other states at this point, is kind of out in the cold when it comes to being a focus of the campaign."
Political advertisements for President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney are missing from Arkansas airwaves.
"Both campaigns are concentrating on a few battleground states, and they're putting all their resources into those states," said University of Arkansas Professor Hoyt Purvis.
The Natural State is known for voting red.
"The reality is that Arkansas at this point is going to be strongly Republican... The Obama campaign has conceded that Arkansas is going to vote for Romney, and Romney's campaign knows that they're going to win Arkansas," said Purvis.
The national focus is on undecided voters in swing states, but Washington County representatives from both parties are making calls and passing out flyers.
"We have actually pushed a lot for Romney knowing that that will actually drive the voters to the voting booth," said Jim Reavis, Chairman for Washington County Republican Party.
"We know that a vote for President Obama is likely a vote for a lot of our Democrats down the ballot," said Terry Clark, Chairman for Washington County Democrats.
The plan is to get people excited about the presidential race and hope party lines stay a priority for local elections, but early voters might not be swayed by these efforts.
"A lot of people have already made up their mind a lot of people have already voted," said Purvis.
So, the outcome of Romney versus Obama in the Natural State will most likely remain predictable.
"Is it going to dramatically affect things in Arkansas... probably not, again, barring some really extraordinary events."
While trends may show Arkansas voting Republican, Purvis said there are pockets of Democratic voters, for example Washington County and specifically Fayetteville.
Benton County on the other hand, is mainly Republican. So even though there are parts of Northwest Arkansas that will be voting for Obama, history shows the majority will most likely be voting for Romney.