The Salem Fire District held an election September 22, 2015 for residents in the district to vote whether or not to increase…Continue
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The Annual School Election is in process. See the candidates, polling dates and locations and voting results below.
Election Day Unofficial…Continue
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Superintendent of Schools Tom Kimbrell tried to tell people that programs would be cut if the millage didn't pass. Voters either…Continue
2016 ELECTION INFORMATION
Nearer to the start of the election cycle, information will be added here about candidates and polling…Continue
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I couldn't find the official information online and I haven't heard back from the Grant County Clerk, but a Facebook page against the Sheridan Schools millage increase…Continue
The Saline County Election Commission met at 4 p.m. Wednesday in Benton to discuss the extremely close voting results from the Bryant Schools Millage election on Tuesday night, March 10th, 2015. The final count Tuesday night was 5,308 voters; 2,635 votes FOR the Millage…Continue
"It’s never easy to ask for a tax increase, but with our unprecedented growth the Board and administration felt that…Continue
Bryant Schools Special Election
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Early Voting Turnout
Special Election - March 10, 2015
Bryant School District
Saline County, Arkansas…Continue
The results of the Bryant School District Millage Election will be posted here after the final votes are tallied Tuesday night, March 10th, 2015, after 7:30 p.m.
The Bryant City Council passed a resolution last week to state their support concerning the School Districts request for a millage increase needed to accommodate the growing student population within the schools.
"As a past Bryant School Board Member and current Bryant Alderman, I support the Bryant…Continue
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If you've gotten a flyer in the mail or if you've seen a sign by the road that advertises an election concerning a millage increase for Bryant Schools, it's paid for by the Building for Tomorrow Committee, a local political organization. You'll find more information on the group on their…Continue
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Saline County went dry after a Special Election in 1936. In October 1935, six local ministers gathered at First Baptist Church and decided to have a public meeting with the public to try to get it to a vote. The rules about getting something on a ballot must have been very different then, because it only took four months to get the vote and change the law. The following images are documents pertaining to the first meetings, the election announcement and the results.…Continue
Maybe you've heard there was an election recently. Well all those folks that were elected (or re-elected) into government office had to take an official oath for their public service. The following is a collection of pictures from County and City officials swearing in at the beginning of their new term, January 1st, 2015. I'll try to label all these faces. Maybe you kind readers can help in the comments.
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And, that's what was happening at the Saline County Courthouse Thursday. Five of the nine newly elected City of Alexander…Continue
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Yesterday, I posted about the new effort for Bryant Schools to pass a millage increase. I'll insert my opinion in the comments and just leave the…Continue
You'll remember last year when Bryant Schools put it to a vote of whether residents would support a 4.7 millage increase. This year, according to state law in…Continue
Former City of Alexander Mayor Paul Mitchell will be returning to city hall January 1, 2015. In the run-off election held Tuesday, November 25 Mitchell defeated current Mayor Michelle Hobbs by receiving 62.80-percent of the votes. With 207 votes cast Mitchell received 130 and Hobbs pulled in 77 votes.
The City of Alexander sits on either side of the Pulaski and Saline county line. Mitchell won receiving zero votes from the Pulaski County area of Alexander. According to the unofficial…Continue
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Pulaski Saline Total Percent
Michelle Hobbs 31 46 77 37.20%
Paul Mitchell 00 130 130 62.80%
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