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March 03, 2020

March 3, 2020 Election
Preferential Primary, NonPartisan Judicial General, Annual School B... Event Details...

 

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LOCATIONS


Fort Smith Courthouse
35 So. 6th, Room 102
Fort Smith, AR 72901
Mon - Fri: 8:00am-5:00pm

Phone: 479-782-5065
Fax: 479-784-1567

Greenwood Courthouse
301 E. Center, Room 104
Greenwood, AR 72936
Mon - Fri: 8:00am-5:00pm

Phone: 479-996-4195
Fax: 479-996-4165

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY CONTESTED CANDIDATES

UNITED STATES PRESIDENT

Tulsi Gabbard

Tom Steyer

Julian Castro

Kamala Harris

Amy Klobuchar

Andrew Yang

John K. Delaney

Joe Sestak

Joseph R. Biden

Cory Booker

Pete Buttigieg

Bernie Sanders

Elizabeth Warren

Michael Bennet

Steve Bullock

Marianne Williamson

Mosie Boyd

Michael R. Bloomberg

 

UNOPPOSED DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES

U.S. Congress
District 03

State Representative
District 78

Justice of the Peace
Dist 11

Celeste Williams

Rep. Jay Richardson

Linda Willsey Murry

U.S. Congress
District 04

Justice of the Peace
Dist 8

Justice of the Peace
Dist 12

William H. Hanson

Valeria J Robinson

Jo Elsken

State Representative
District 74

Justice of the Peace
Dist 9

Justice of the Peace
Dist 13

June Anteski

Rhonda Royal

Susan Marie Simkowski

State Representative
District 76

Justice of the Peace
Dist 10

Constable Position 3

Caleb Harwell

Dickie L Robertson

Tommy Hoopengarner

 

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY CONTESTED CANDIDATES

U.S. President

State Representative
District 21

State Representative
District 74

Bill Weld

Jim Reynolds

Curtis J. Varnell

Donald J. Trump

Rep. Marcus Richmond

Rep. Jon S. Eubanks

Roque "Rocky"
De La Fuente

 

Shawn Bates

 

REPUBLICAN UNOPPOSED CANDIDATES

U.S. Senate

Justice of the Peace
Dist 1

Justice of the Peace
Dist 12

Senator Tom Cotton

Johnny Hobbs
JP Dist 1

Rebekah Schwartz

U.S. Congress
District 03

Justice of the Peace
Dist 2

Justice of the Peace
Dist 13

Congressman
Steve Womack

Jackie C. Davis
JP #2

Lorrie Ann
Glidewell Runion

U.S. Congress
District 04

Justice of the Peace
Dist 3

Constable Position 1

Rep. Bruce Westerman

Shawn Looper

Paul K Teel

State Representative
District 75

Justice of the Peace
Dist 4

Constable Position 2

Lee Johnson

James W Butler JP IV

Steve Wiley Constable

State Representative
District 76

Justice of the Peace
Dist 5

Constable Position 4

Rep. Cindy Crawford

JP#5 John Spradlin

Constable William
Justin Hayes

State Representative
District 77

Justice of the Peace
Dist 6

Constable Upper
Township

Rep.Justin Boyd

J.P. Danny Aldridge

Constable Upper
Township
Paul Foley

State Representative
District 79

Justice of the Peace
Dist 7

 

Representative
Gary Deffenbaugh

JP 7 Jim Medley

 

 

NONPARTISAN JUDICIAL CONTESTED CANDIDATES

State Supreme Court Associate
Justice Position 4

State District Court
District 6, Fort Smith 1

Judge Morgan "Chip" Welch

Judge Jim O'Hern

Barbara Womack Webb

Amy Grimes

Court of Appeals Associate
Judge District 04, Position 02

State District Court
District 6, Fort Smith 2

Emily White

Jason Hunter

Prosecuting Attorney
Stephanie Potter Barrett

Wendy Sharum

Circuit Judge, District 12,
Division 06

Just Josh Bugeja

Greg Magness

State District Court
District 6, Fort Smith 3

Rita Howard Watkins

Michael Gean Pierce

Phil Milligan

Judge Claire Borengasser

Circuit Judge, District 12,
Division 7

 

Sam Terry

 

Dianna Hewitt Ladd

 

NONPARTISAN JUDICIAL UNOPPOSED CANDIDATES

Court of Appeals Associate
Judge District 04, Position 01

Circuit Judge, District 12,
Division 05

Court of Appeals
Judge Brandon Harrison

Judge Gunner DeLay

Circuit Judge, District 12,
Division 01

State District Court
District 6, Greenwood

Circuit Judge Stephen Tabor

District Judge
Michael Wagoner

Circuit Judge, District 12,
Division 04

 

Judge Leigh T. Zuerker

 

 

SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION CANDIDATES

Fort Smith School Board Unopposed Candidate(s):

Dee Blackwell, Zone 3, Position 7

J. Dalton Person, At Large, Position 2

42.058 Mill School Tax

The total rate proposed above includes the uniform rate of tax of 25.00 mills (the "Statewide Uniform Rate") to be collected on all taxable property in the State and remitted to the State Treasurer pursuant to Amendment No. 74 to the Arkansas Constitution to be used solely for maintenance and operation of schools in the State.  As provided in Amendment No. 74, the Statewide Uniform Rate replaces a portion of the existing rate of tax levied by this School District and available for maintenance and operation of schools in this District.  The total proposed school tax levy of 42.058 mills includes 25.00 mills specifically voted for general maintenance and operation, 11.50 mills voted for debt service previously voted as a continuing levy pledged for the retirement of existing bonded indebtedness, and 5.558 new debt service mills.  The 5.558 new debt service mills plus the 11.50 existing debt service mills now pledged for the retirement of existing bonded indebtedness, which debt service mills will continue after retirement of the bonds to which now pledged, will be a continuing debt service tax until the retirement of proposed bonds to be issued in the principal amount of $121,000,000 and which will mature over a period of 35 years and will be issued for the purpose of erecting and equipping new school facilities and making additions and improvements to existing facilities. The surplus revenues produced each year by the debt service millage may be used by the District for other school purposes.

The total proposed school tax levy of 42.058 mills represents the same rate presently being collected.

Greenwood School Board Unopposed Candidate(s):

Jeffrey B. Turner, for Position 3

40.6 Mills School Tax Rate
To submit the question of voting a total school tax rate of 40.6 mills on the dollar of the assessed value of taxable property located in this School District. The total proposed school tax levy of 40.6 mills includes 25.0 mills specifically voted for general maintenance and operation, 15.6 mills for debt service previously voted as a continuing debt service tax pledged for the retirement of existing bonded indebtedness.  The district may use surplus revenues produced each year by debt service millage for other purposes. THIS REPRESENTS NO CHANGE FROM THE LAST SCHOOL ELECTION.


Hackett School Board Unopposed Candidate(s):

None

38.0 Mills School Tax Rate
To submit the question of voting a total school tax rate of 38.0 mills on the dollar of the assessed value of taxable property located in this School District. The total rate proposed above includes the uniform rate of tax of 25.0 mills (the “Statewide Uniform Rate”) to be collected on all taxable property in the State and remitted to the State Treasurer pursuant to Amendment No. 74 to the Arkansas Constitution to be used solely for maintenance and operation of schools in the State.  As provided in Amendment No. 74, the Statewide Uniform Rate replaces a portion of the existing rate of tax levied by this District and available for maintenance and operation of schools in this District.   The total proposed school tax levy of 38.0 mills includes 25.0 mills specifically voted for general maintenance and operation and 13.0 mills voted for debt service.  The 13.0 debt service  mills  will  be  a  continuing  debt  service  tax  until  the  retirement  of  all existing bonded indebtedness.  The surplus revenues produced each year by the debt service millage may be used by the District for other school purposes. The total proposed school tax levy of 38.0 mills represents the same rate presently being collected.

 
Lavaca School Board Unopposed Candidate(s):
Tricia Leigh May, for Position 4

41.9 Mills School Tax Rate
To submit the question of voting a total school tax rate of 41.9 mills on the dollar of the assessed value of taxable property located in this School District. The total proposed school tax levy of 41.9 mills includes 25.0 mills specifically voted for general maintenance and operation, 16.9 mills for debt service previously voted as a continuing debt service tax pledged for the retirement of existing bonded indebtedness.  The district may use surplus revenues produced each year by debt service millage for other purposes. THIS REPRESENTS NO CHANGE FROM THE LAST SCHOOL ELECTION.


Mansfield School Board Unopposed Candidate(s):

Lesli Baggett, for Position 1

40.01 Mills School Tax Rate
To submit the question of voting a total school tax rate of 40.01 mills on the dollar of the assessed value of taxable property located in this School District. The total proposed school tax levy of 40.01 mills includes 25.0 mills specifically voted for general maintenance and operation, 15.01 mills for debt service previously voted as a continuing debt service tax pledged for the retirement of existing bonded indebtedness.  The district may use surplus revenues produced each year by debt service millage for other purposes. THIS REPRESENTS NO CHANGE FROM THE LAST SCHOOL ELECTION.

Booneville Schools:

40.2 Mill School Tax

The total tax rate proposed below includes the uniform rate of tax (the “Statewide Uniform Rate”) to be collected on all taxable property in the State and remitted to the State Treasurer pursuant to Amendment No. 74 to the Arkansas Constitution to be used solely for maintenance and operation of schools in the State. As provided in Amendment No. 74, the Statewide Uniform Rate replaces a portion of the existing rate of tax levied by this School District and available for maintenance and operations in this District.  The total proposed school tax levy of 40.2 mills includes 25.0 mills specifically voted for general maintenance and operation and 15.2 mills voted for debt service previously voted as a continuing levy pledged for the retirement of existing bonded indebtedness.  The surplus revenues produced each year by debt service millage may be used by the District for other school purposes. THE TOTAL PROPOSED SCHOOL TAX LEVY OF 40.2 MILLS REPRESENTS THE SAME RATE PRESENTLY BEING COLLECTED.  

Charleston Schools:

37.5 Mill School Tax

The total tax rate proposed above includes the uniform rate of tax (the “Statewide Uniform Rate”) to be collected on all taxable property in the State and remitted to the State Treasurer pursuant to Amendment No. 74 to the Arkansas Constitution to be used solely for maintenance and operation of schools in the State. As provided in Amendment No. 74, the Statewide Uniform Rate replaces a portion of the existing rate of tax levied by this School District and available for maintenance and operations of schools in this District.  The total proposed school tax levy of 37.5 mills includes 25.0 mills specifically voted for general maintenance and operation and 12.5 mills voted for debt service previously voted as a continuing levy pledged for the retirement of existing bonded indebtedness.  The surplus revenues produced each year by debt service millage may be used by the District for other school purposes. THE TOTAL PROPOSED SCHOOL TAX LEVY OF 37.5 MILLS REPRESENTS THE SAME RATE PRESENTLY BEING COLLECTED.

 

 

IMPORTANT ADDRESSES


Fort Smith Court House
35 South 6 St.
Fort Smith, AR

Justice Building
901 South B St.
Fort Smith, AR

Greenwood Courthouse
11 Town Square
Greenwood, AR 72936

Sheriff Department
800 South A Street
Fort Smith, AR  72901

 

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