Elections

Washington County

On March 3, Washington County voters will decide on a 0.25 % sales tax increase to pay for an improved emergency communications system. John Luther, emergency management director for Washington County, developed the proposed plan to replace the 15-year-old system.

Courtesy / Washington County Election Commission

As partisan candidates are gearing up for the Arkansas primary on March 3, so are nonpartisan circuit and district court judge candidates. We speak with Janine Parry, a political science professor at the University of Arkansas and director of the Arkansas Poll, about both types of judgeships.

Credit Arkansas Secretary of State / KUAR

An election for a vacant Arkansas House seat in central Arkansas ended in a tie. Daniel Breen from KUAR in Little Rock explains what happens next.

Courtesy / Associated Press

As 2020 voters go to the polls in New Hampshire's presidential primary, we listen back to a pair of stories from our show in 1992 featuring that year's Granite State primary. Matt Ferrell attended a watch part with Bill Clinton supporters and Brenda Blagg, then a reporter and columnist with The Morning News, talks about covering the Clinton campaign from New Hampshire.

Next week, the Ready, Set, Run program will provide information for people considering a run for public office. Sponsored by the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce, the free session will be held Thursday, Aug. 15 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Record in Bentonville.

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