The 2012 elections are in the books, but we're your local election headquarters before, during and after the big night.
You voted and you decided that Benton County should go wet, ditto for Madison County and Springdale should allow Sunday sales.
So now what?
We've got those answers.
These are the seven stories you need to know about - before you head out the door Thursday.
Benton County is now a wet one.
The phone is ringing off the hook at the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control office.
Restaurants and gas stations can start requesting applications, But ABC officials say permits won't be issued until January because the public must be notified of the request, and agents need time to investigate.
Liquor store applications will be accepted in December but it won't be until June or July before those stores start showing up.
Madison County residents are also able to buy alcohol within the "county" limits.
That's because their wet issue passed by almost a thousand votes Tuesday.
Liquor stores in Springdale will now be open seven days a week.
Voters approved Sunday liquor sales by a close margin.
Jim Phillips, president of the Springdale Liquor Association, thinks it might take some time for folks to adjust to buying booze on Sunday, but he believes this is the right move for revenue in Springdale.
Sunday sales will most likely start next month as stores have to wait for the election to be certified.
Another close vote was the medical marijuana initiative.
Issue 5 was a hotly contested issue on both sides and both say the fight isn't over.
By a difference of just 30,000 votes, medical marijuana failed to pass in the Natural State.
In all, 13 of Arkansas' 75 counties passed Issue 5 including Washington County.
It was a historical election day with more than 73-percent voter turnout. But it wasn't an easy day for folks in Benton County.
Voters reporting to their polling places in the county found long lines and delays.
The problems? Technical difficulties with machines and running out of paper ballots, but the election chairman hopes they can move forward and learn from this election season.
Even though the counting isn't done it looks like Arkansas voters turned out in droves on election night.
According to the Arkansas Secretary of State's office, 88-percent of the ballots have been counted.
More than 65-percent of registered voters hit the polls.
Turn-out appears to have been highest in Union County.
That's where 90 to 100-percent of voters cast their ballots!
Washington and Benton County both saw between 60 and 70-percent.
In non-election news, airport officials at XNA tell us a handful of flights were canceled because of the nor'easter.
Flights with American and United, scheduled to and from Newark and New York were canceled Wednesday.
Remember, if your flights have been affected, you need to contact your airline - not XNA.