Kristal Kuykendall has waited five years to get the verdict. Dan Greenberg sued her for libel while she was a journalist at the Saline Courier, and while he was a Republican candidate, versus Jeremy Hutchinson for State Senate. On Monday, November 16, 2015, Judge Grisham…Continue
Added by Shelli Poole on November 16, 2015 at 5:02pm — No Comments
With the exception of municipal/city candidates and school board candidates, the deadline to file for political office in Saline County has passed. All candidates who have filed for office in Saline County are listed…Continue
Political campaign announcements are published below, in the order they are received from candidates.
It is MySaline's goal to educate citizens before time to vote!
If you are running for office in Saline County, send your announcement to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you're looking for a basic list of all candidates,…Continue
Added by Shelli Poole on November 13, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Our Preferential Primary Election date (kids, that's the one where we narrow it down to just one candidate for each party) has been in May in recent election years, but it's two months earlier in 2016.
If you want to vote…Continue
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Photo courtesy Kim Hammer
During the Reagan / Rockefeller Republican Dinner held at the Benton Events Center a Straw Poll Results identified the following GOP favorites for the Republican Nomination:…Continue
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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
Added by Shelli Poole on September 15, 2015 at 8:42pm — No Comments
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
MAKE SURE YOU CAN VOTE: See the …Continue
Added by Shelli Poole on August 6, 2015 at 10:52am — No Comments
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
Below is a …
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
Added by Shelli Poole on March 2, 2015 at 10:30pm — No Comments
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