During the month of November 2019, KUAF will participate in the national movement called The Purple Project for Democracy. The Purple Project is a non-partisan coalition, campaign and movement, spanning the breadth of American society "to rediscover and recommit to our democratic values and institutions."
Pandemic Politics Influence Eureka Springs City Council Elections
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Incumbent Susan Harmon is running for a Ward 1 City Council seat.
Courtesy / Susan Harmon
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Incumbent Bob Thomas, who's served on City Council for six years, is running for Ward 2, Position 2.
Courtesy / Bob Thomas
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Long-time Eureka resident and former city employee, Laura Jo Smole, is running for Ward 1, Position 2.
Courtesy / LJ Smole
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Former councilman, Bill Ott, after nearly two decades is running against Bob Thomas for Ward 2, Position 2.
Courtesy / Bill Ott
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Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce Board Chair Mike Seals is running for Ward 2, Position 1.
Courtesy / YouTube
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Fifth-term Eureka Springs CAPC Commissioner James Devito stands in front of his refurbished restaurant site.
Courtesy / James Devito
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Downtown Eureka Springs on a quiet day.
Courtesy / City of Eureka Springs
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Incumbent Melissa Greene is vying for Ward 2, Position 1.
Courtesy / Melissa Greene
Since March, the City of Eureka Springs has been negotiating how to operate its tourist economy after a global pandemic was declared – a core issue of this year’s tightly contested City Council race.