Former U.S. President and Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton told a large crowd at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff on Sunday that anyone who does not vote is casting a vote against their own interests.
The race for Jefferson Township constable features Republican incumbent Scott Dunn and Democratic challenger Roy Huff.
The contest for justice of the peace in District 12 pits a veteran member of the Quorum Court against the former Jefferson County judge, who is trying to return to the political arena after an eight-year absence.
Republican Bruce Westerman, Democrat James Lee Wit and Libertarian Ken Hamilton are all vying for the 4th Congressional District seat.
Early voting begins Monday at the Jefferson County Courthouse and will continue through Oct. 31 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday at the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office.
LITTLE ROCK — Five ballot questions, some of them the subjects of legal challenges, will be on the ballot as early voting begins Monday for the Nov. 4 general election.
LITTLE ROCK — Races for all seven of Arkansas’ constitutional offices will be on the general election ballot as early voting begins Monday for the Nov. 4 election — and deciding who will fill the offices is not the only thing at stake.
Glen Brown Jr. believes that new thinking on the Pine Bluff City Council is needed as he challenges incumbent Ward 2 Alderman Wayne Easterly for the seat.
The following list reflects the cumulative figures through Sept. 30, unless otherwise noted, of the campaign finance reports filed by candidates running for state and local offices, according to records from the secretary of state’s office.
The two men battling for the Redfield mayoral seat being vacated by Tony Lawhon cite the need for economic development as a motivating factor in their decision to run.
Voters in Humphrey will elect a new mayor and fill one position on the city council when they go to the polls Nov. 4.
Ward 3 Alderman Bill Brumett touted a platform of being a good steward of public funds while fending off a challenge from Reginald T. Johnson.
Pine Bluff City Council Ward 4 Alderman Steven Mays disagrees with challenger Lewis T. White’s assertion that Mays is more of a talker than a doer.
Democrat Jackie McPherson and Libertarian Brian Scott Willhite are trying to take the 1st Congressional District seat from Republican Rick Crawford this November.
LITTLE ROCK — In a news conference Friday, U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., called on President Barack Obama to institute a temporary ban on travel to the U.S. from three Ebola-plagued West African countries and outlined other steps he said are needed to protect Americans from the deadly virus.
Hendrix is the Pine Bluff Animal Control Pet of the Week.
Pine Bluff Police Deputy Chief Susie Powell is back on full duty after a judge in Cleveland County threw out a complaint that had been filed against her by a relative.