El Dorado Arkansas elections

2020 Candidates for Union County & El Dorado, Arkansas

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Justice of the Peace - District 1

The Justice of the Peace is an elected official in county government. The Constitution of the State of Arkansas provides for the election of the Justice of the Peace to a two year term of office with the requirements that he/she be a qualified elector and resident. The Justice of the Peace serves on the County Quorum Court representing the district in which he/she serves.
Mike Dumas
Mike DumasDemocratic Party
(870) 863-8885

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Justice of the Peace - District 2

The Justice of the Peace is an elected official in county government. The Constitution of the State of Arkansas provides for the election of the Justice of the Peace to a two year term of office with the requirements that he/she be a qualified elector and resident. The Justice of the Peace serves on the County Quorum Court representing the district in which he/she serves.
Justin Hendrix
Justin HendrixDemocratic Party
(870) 814-2546

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Justice of the Peace - District 3

The Justice of the Peace is an elected official in county government. The Constitution of the State of Arkansas provides for the election of the Justice of the Peace to a two year term of office with the requirements that he/she be a qualified elector and resident. The Justice of the Peace serves on the County Quorum Court representing the district in which he/she serves.
Greg Harrison
Greg HarrisonDemocratic Party
(870) 863-6503

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Justice of the Peace - District 4

The Justice of the Peace is an elected official in county government. The Constitution of the State of Arkansas provides for the election of the Justice of the Peace to a two year term of office with the requirements that he/she be a qualified elector and resident. The Justice of the Peace serves on the County Quorum Court representing the district in which he/she serves.
Gary New
Gary NewIndependent
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Dean Storey
Dean StoreyRepublican Party

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Justice of the Peace - District 5

The Justice of the Peace is an elected official in county government. The Constitution of the State of Arkansas provides for the election of the Justice of the Peace to a two year term of office with the requirements that he/she be a qualified elector and resident. The Justice of the Peace serves on the County Quorum Court representing the district in which he/she serves.
Carolyn Jones
Carolyn JonesDemocratic Party
(870) 918-3430
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Justice of the Peace - District 6

The Justice of the Peace is an elected official in county government. The Constitution of the State of Arkansas provides for the election of the Justice of the Peace to a two year term of office with the requirements that he/she be a qualified elector and resident. The Justice of the Peace serves on the County Quorum Court representing the district in which he/she serves.
Cecil Polk
Cecil PolkDemocratic Party
(870) 862-5413
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Justice of the Peace - District 7

The Justice of the Peace is an elected official in county government. The Constitution of the State of Arkansas provides for the election of the Justice of the Peace to a two year term of office with the requirements that he/she be a qualified elector and resident. The Justice of the Peace serves on the County Quorum Court representing the district in which he/she serves.
John Burson
John BursonRepublican Party
(870) 797-2641
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Justice of the Peace - District 8

The Justice of the Peace is an elected official in county government. The Constitution of the State of Arkansas provides for the election of the Justice of the Peace to a two year term of office with the requirements that he/she be a qualified elector and resident. The Justice of the Peace serves on the County Quorum Court representing the district in which he/she serves.
Donnie  Crawford
Donnie CrawfordRepublican Party
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William Crowder
William CrowderRepublican Party
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Justice of the Peace - District 9

The Justice of the Peace is an elected official in county government. The Constitution of the State of Arkansas provides for the election of the Justice of the Peace to a two year term of office with the requirements that he/she be a qualified elector and resident. The Justice of the Peace serves on the County Quorum Court representing the district in which he/she serves.
Benny Vestal
Benny VestalParty Unknown
(870) 862-1898
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Justice of the Peace - District 10

The Justice of the Peace is an elected official in county government. The Constitution of the State of Arkansas provides for the election of the Justice of the Peace to a two year term of office with the requirements that he/she be a qualified elector and resident. The Justice of the Peace serves on the County Quorum Court representing the district in which he/she serves.
Donald Brock
Donald BrockRepublican Party
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Justice of the Peace - District 11

The Justice of the Peace is an elected official in county government. The Constitution of the State of Arkansas provides for the election of the Justice of the Peace to a two year term of office with the requirements that he/she be a qualified elector and resident. The Justice of the Peace serves on the County Quorum Court representing the district in which he/she serves.
Ross Burton
Ross BurtonRepublican Party
(870) 310-4337

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Ward 1 - Position 2 Alderman

An Alderman represents the Ward in which he/she was elected to the city council. As a city council member, the Alderman has management and control of city finances and real and personal property belonging to the city, adopts a budget by ordinance or resolution for operation of the city, and represent the people at the city level. In El Dorado, each Ward elects 2 Aldermen to serve on the city council.
Billy Blann
Billy BlannIndependent
(870) 863-6016

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Frank Hash
Frank HashRepublican Party
(870) 862-7911

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Ward 2 - Position 1 Alderman

An Alderman represents the Ward in which he/she was elected to the city council. As a city council member, the Alderman has management and control of city finances and real and personal property belonging to the city, adopts a budget by ordinance or resolution for operation of the city, and represent the people at the city level. In El Dorado, each Ward elects 2 Aldermen to serve on the city council.
Vance Williamson
Vance WilliamsonRepublican Party
(870) 864-0708

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Ward 2 - Position 2 Alderman

An Alderman represents the Ward in which he/she was elected to the city council. As a city council member, the Alderman has management and control of city finances and real and personal property belonging to the city, adopts a budget by ordinance or resolution for operation of the city, and represent the people at the city level. In El Dorado, each Ward elects 2 Aldermen to serve on the city council.
Judy Ward
Judy WardRepublican Party
(870) 863-4526

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Ward 3 - Position 1 Alderman

An Alderman represents the Ward in which he/she was elected to the city council. As a city council member, the Alderman has management and control of city finances and real and personal property belonging to the city, adopts a budget by ordinance or resolution for operation of the city, and represent the people at the city level. In El Dorado, each Ward elects 2 Aldermen to serve on the city council.
Willie McGhee
Willie McGheeDemocratic Party
(870) 314-1441

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Ward 3 - Position 2 Alderman

An Alderman represents the Ward in which he/she was elected to the city council. As a city council member, the Alderman has management and control of city finances and real and personal property belonging to the city, adopts a budget by ordinance or resolution for operation of the city, and represent the people at the city level. In El Dorado, each Ward elects 2 Aldermen to serve on the city council.
Andre Rucks
Andre RucksDemocratic Party
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Ward 4 - Position 1 Alderman

An Alderman represents the Ward in which he/she was elected to the city council. As a city council member, the Alderman has management and control of city finances and real and personal property belonging to the city, adopts a budget by ordinance or resolution for operation of the city, and represent the people at the city level. In El Dorado, each Ward elects 2 Aldermen to serve on the city council.
Paul Choate
Paul ChoateRepublican Party
(870) 866-2545

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Patrick Frazier
Patrick FrazierDemocratic Party
(870) 814-8771

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Ward 4 - Position 2 Alderman

An Alderman represents the Ward in which he/she was elected to the city council. As a city council member, the Alderman has management and control of city finances and real and personal property belonging to the city, adopts a budget by ordinance or resolution for operation of the city, and represent the people at the city level. In El Dorado, each Ward elects 2 Aldermen to serve on the city council.
Kensel Green
Kensel GreenDemocratic Party
(870) 918-7674

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Dianne Hammond
Dianne HammondRepublican Party
(870) 862-4503

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