Beckham and Crowell are both Republicans, and the only candidates for the District 3 seat in the Arkansas Senate. The Tuesday, May 24 primary will determine which man will serve a four-year term in the State Senate.
Prior to entering the booth to cast a ballot, voters will be given three options to choose from: Republican, Democrat or Non-Partisan. Open school board positions and Arkansas Supreme Court will be on any ballot chosen. Voters have the option of reviewing the ballot prior to entering the booth.
Sharon Adams announces she is seeking election to the Arkadelphia Public School Board Zone 1.
The Democratic Party of Clark County has opened the doors to its new headquarters in Arkadelphia.
The Clark County Republican Committee hosted the meeting at the Arkadelphia Recreation Center, handling routine party business, touting its growing numbers and giving candidates a time slot to speak.
There are two candidates running for Clark County Clerk — Tracy Rider, a justice of the peace running as a Republican, and Tina Johnson, chief deputy clerk running as a Democrat. This contest will be decided in the general election in November.
There are two Republican Party candidates running in the May primary election for Clark County Assessor — Mona Vance, interim County Clerk, and Erin Arnold, deputy assessor.