State Rep. Chad Puryear, R-Goshen, has officially announced he will seek re-election to House District 25.
Madison County officials are hoping grant money will help make improvements at the Wesley Community Center, one of five voting centers used during elections. The center, built in 1955, will need to be updated before it can continue as a voting center.
Kingston resident James Eaton said Monday he will seek the District 26 seat in the Arkansas House of Representatives next year after incumbent Mark Berry of Ozark announced last week that he will not seek reelection.
The Madison County Election Commission last week voted to have voting centers open in Wesley and St. Paul for the annual school board election on May 9.
The Madison County Election Commission assigned new people to various duties during a brief meeting last Friday.
Voters throughout Madison County, including those in the City of Huntsville, approved an ordinance to build a county jail, but voted against an ordinance to maintain and operate the facility during the Nov. 8 General Election, according to the Madison County Clerk’s Office.
Madison County voters approved a half-cent sales and use tax to build a jail, but voted against a 1.25% tax to maintain and operate the facility, according to unofficial results from Tuesday’s General Election.
Madison County voters on Tuesday will be asked to approve two ordinances for a new jail, and will help elect local, state and national leaders.
Charles Coger and Travis Dotson will face off in the Nov. 8 General Election for Huntsville mayor, a part-time position that comes with a four-year term.
Voting started earlier this week on whether to nearly double the county’s tax rate – an increase of 1.75% – to fund the largest public works project in the county’s history.
After a months-long election challenge, Republican Jody Harris had her lawsuit against the Crawford County Election Commission dismissed last week.
Republican Bryan King and Democrat Jim Wallace will face off on Nov. 8 for State Senate District 28.
Candidates in the upcoming General Election fielded questions last Thursday from staff members of The Madison County Record and some of its subscribers.
The City of Elkins will elect a new mayor on Nov. 8. Republicans Paul Graham and Troy Reed are running for the seat held by Bruce Ledford, who did not seek reelection.
This is fifth and final article in a series featuring each contested race for the Madison County Quorum Court. Candidates were asked the same basic questions and their answers are in alphabetical order according to last name.
Chad Puryear won the Republican nomination for House District 25 in May and is facing Democrat Caitlin Oxford in the Nov. 8 General Election. But Puryear’s former primary opponent, Jody Harris, continues to challenge the primary election results.
This is the fourth in a series of articles featuring each contested race for the Madison County Quorum Court. Candidates are being asked the same basic questions and their answers are in alphabetical order according to last name.
Madison County sheriff-elect Ronnie Boyd on Thursday held an informational meeting about the need for a jail in Madison County. Thursday’s gathering was held in front of several dozen people at the Madison County Senior Health and Wellness Center. A similar presentation was held the following night at the St. Paul Community Center.
Both Democrat Kristyn Shinn Clark and Republican Sam Roddy have a lifetime history in Madison County, and they want to impact a county that has meant a lot to them over the years. They are competing Nov. 8 for the Quorum Court seat in District 4.
This is the second in a series of articles featuring each contested race for the Madison County Quorum Court. Candidates are being asked the same basic questions and their answers are in alphabetical order according to last name.