While voters statewide go to the polls tomorrow, Arkadelphians will also be voting next Tuesday in a special election. They will decide then whether to accept a 1/4% tax for parks and a temporary 3/4% tax to raise funds for a sports complex. City residents already voted in a temporary One percent tax to raise $5.6 million for the sports complex and park improvements, but it turned out to not be enough. The complex was supposed to cost $1.4 million to build. City Manager Barbara Coplen now says Arkadelphia needs Three million dollars more to finish the sports complex. Coplen said the city was planning on receiving corporate sponsorships for the project when it began in 2000, but blamed the September Eleventh attacks of 2001 for drying up sponsorship options.