Marion County Arkansas Republicans

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REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES

May Primary Ballot
(In Addition to Party, Nonpartisan Judicial Candidates and School Board Elections
will appear on all ballots).

2018 PRIMARY ELECTION


MAY 7, 2018

Early Voting Begins

 

MAY 22, 2018

Preferential Primary Election

 Nonpartisan General Election




COUNTY JUDGE
Terry C. Ott (County Judge) (R) - Incumbent
John Massey (R)


COUNTY ASSESSOR
Alesia Owen (R)
Tonya A. Eppes, Assessor (R) – Incumbent


GOVERNOR
Governor Asa Hutchinson (R) – Incumbent
Jan Morgan (R)


SECRETARY OF STATE
John Thurston Commissioner of State Lands (R)
State Representative Trevor Drown (R)


U. S. CONGRESS DISTRICT 03
Congressman Steve Womack (R) - Incumbent
Robb Ryerse (R)


Unopposed names will not appear on the ballot with the exception of school boards:


COUNTY AND CIRCUIT CLERK
Dawn Moffet (R) - Incumbent


COUNTY SHERIFF
Clinton L. Evans (R) - Incumbent


COUNTY TREASURER
Ron McPherson (R) - Incumbent


COUNTY CORONER
C. Keith Barnes for Coroner (R) - Incumbent


COUNTY SURVEYOR
Keith Sullivan (R) - Incumbent


JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT 2
Marty Nickels (R)


JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT 3
Talon VanCuren (R)


JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT 4
Rickie White (R)


JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT 5
Raymond Mayo (R) - Incumbent


JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT 7
Marion Wesley Shipman (R) - Incumbent


JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT 8
Claudia Gibson-Brigham (R) - Incumbent


JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT 9
Joyce Ann McCalla (R) – Incumbent


STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 64
Representative John Payton (R) – Incumbent


STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 99
Representative Jack Fortner (R) – Incumbent


STATE SENATE DISTRICT 17
Senator Scott Flippo (R) – Incumbent


STATE SENATE DISTRICT 18
Senator Missy Thomas Irvin (R) - Incumbent


ATTORNEY GENERAL
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge (R) - Incumbent


AUDITOR OF STATE
Auditor Andrea Lea (R) - Incumbent


COMMISSIONER OF STATE LANDS
Tommy Land (R)


LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Lt. Governor Tim Griffin (R) – Incumbent


STATE TREASURER
Treasurer of State Dennis Milligan (R) - Incumbent



NONPARTISAN JUDICIAL CANDIDATES AND SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS

The following will appear on each Party ballot and will also be on just a nonpartisan ballot.

School Board Elections will also have a millage on the ballot in addition to any candidates.  Even if there is no change to the millage, by law, has to be included on the ballot.

FLIPPIN SCHOOL DISTRICT:


Flippin School Board Position 2
Brent Mitchell (I) – Incumbent
Joshua D. Bradford (I)


Flippin School Board Position 5
Terry Chatelain (I) – Incumbent


LEAD HILL DISTRICT
September Middleton (I)
Chad Whited (I)


OZARK MOUNTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICT - Bruno-Pyatt

No candidates filed for office but there will be a millage on the ballot.


SEARCY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Marshall School Board Zone 4
Aletha O’Haver (I)
Billy Jackson (I)


YELLVILLE-SUMMIT SCHOOL DISTRICT

Yellville-Summit School Board Position 2
Nathan Rogers (I)


CIRCUIT JUDGE, DISTRICT 14, DIVISION 01
Andrew Bailey


STATE SUPREME COURT ASSOCIATE JUSTICE POSITION 3 – Non-Partisan Judicial Position
State Supreme Court Justice Courtney Goodson
Judge Kenneth Hixson
David Sterling


COURT OF APPEALS ASSOCIATE JUDGE DISTRICT 02, POSITION 01
Court of Appeals Judge Bart Virden
Johnnie Copeland


PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, DISTRICT 14
Prosecuting Attorney David L. Ethredge



BALLOT DRAW






Marion County Election Commission to  meet Friday, March 9th at 1:00 p.m. in the courthouse for a ballot draw. All meetings open to public.

Marion County GOP Announces Filing Period for County and Township Offices

 

Yellville, Ark. – The Marion County Republican Committee (MCRC) announced today that filing for county and township offices will begin at noon on Thursday, Feb. 22 and end noon on Thursday, March 1.

 

Candidates will file at the Carlton Marion Inn located at 309 West Old Main Street in Yellville.  Please contact the Marion County Republican Committee Secretary, Carla Faison, at 513-515-1510 to make an appointment. A member of the local Republican Party will be present to accept candidate filing fees and provide appropriate forms.

 

After filing with the county Republican Party, candidates must provide written evidence of filing fee payment and additional paperwork to the Marion County Clerk (870-449-6226) before noon on Thursday, March 1.

 

Candidates wishing to file should contact MCRC Chairman Anthony Todaro at 870-421-8642 or [email protected] The preferential primary is Tuesday, May 22, 2018.


The filing fees are as follows:


County Committee - $15.00


 County Coroner  - $35.00

 County Surveyor  - $35.00

 

Justice of the Peace - $100.00

County Assessor - $350.00

County Clerk - $350.00

County Collector - $350.00

County Treasurer - $350.00


County Constable - $400.00

 

County Judge - $750.00

County Sherriff -  $750.00


CANDIDATES:

 

After you have completed the filing procedures, please send your bio information of no more than 250 words (there is a word count area under Review tab on Word that helps) to contact provided below.  In addition to your bio, you can add your contact information and a head shot.  No corrections will be made to your information.  It will be printed as received.

 

Candidates need to send information to:  Carla Faison, MCRC Secretary at [email protected]

 

 



DO YOU HAVE REPUBLICAN VALUES?


ARE YOU CONSIDRING RUNNING FOR OFFICE?

 

DO YOU KNOW WHO TO CONTACT OR WHAT WOULD BE REQUIRED IN ORDER TO RUN AS A MARION COUNTY REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE?



You need to contact the Marion County Republican Chairman, Anthony Todaro, Phone:  870-421-8642 or Email:  [email protected].

Potential candidates (including current office holders) must be familiar with the Republican Platform, attend County Committee Meetings and will be vetted by the Marion County Republican Candidate Committee. 


         


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