Fayetteville School Board election set for May 18, early voting begins May 11

Washington County Courthouse / File photo

The annual school election in Fayetteville is coming up on Tuesday, May 18, with early voting set to begin on Tuesday, May 11.

This year’s election includes two contested races for positions on the Fayetteville Board of Education.

Nika Waitsman is seeking re-election to the Zone 1 position, where she will face challenger Miriam Smith.

In the At Large Position 1 race, Megan Hurley is seeking re-election, and will be challenged by Elisabeth Beasley.

There is no change to the millage rate in Fayetteville on the ballot this time around.

Early voting is set to begin on Tuesday, May 11, and run through Monday, May 17 at the Washington County Courthouse, located at 280 N College Ave in Fayetteville. Early voting will be available on weekdays only from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

Election Day is set for Tuesday, May 18. Polls will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Voters can vote at any Washington County polling place (a full list of available voting centers is below) on election day.

For more information about the annual school elections this spring, visit washingtoncountyar.gov

Washington County Polling Places – May 18 Annual School Election

Archer Learning Center
600 Ash Street

Baldwin Church of Christ
4377 Huntsville Rd,

Central United Methodist
6 W. Dickson

Covenant Church
4511 W. Wedington Dr

Elkins Community Center
162 Doolin Drive

Elmdale Baptist Church
1700 W. Huntsville Rd

First Church of the Nazarene
2300 S. 40th Street

Genesis Church
205 Martin Luther King Blvd

Goshen United Methodist Church
122 State Hwy 45

Nob Hill Fire Station
19375 Nob Hill Loop

Oak Grove Baptist Church
499 Oak Grove Rd

Sang Avenue Baptist Church
1425 N. Sang Ave

Sequoyah Methodist Church
1910 Old Wire Rd

Springdale Civic Center
2323 S. Old Missouri Rd. # D1

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church
110 E. Henri De Tonti

Trinity Fellowship
1100 Rolling Hills Dr