Results of the Fayetteville municipal races from the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022.
Republicans kept control of Arkansas’ four congressional seats Tuesday after a mostly quiet runup to Election Day in those races in the solidly red state.
Challenger Sarah Moore defeated incumbent Mark Kinion in the Ward 2 race, and Scott Berna defeated incumbent Sloan Scroggin in the Ward 3 race.
The challengers lead the incumbents in the races for Fayetteville City Council in early and absentee voting released early this evening in Washington County.
Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was elected Arkansas governor on Tuesday, becoming the first woman to lead the state and the highest profile Trump administration official in elected office.
In addition to voting for a new governor, area residents will cast ballots for candidates for U.S. Senate and Congress, four state ballot initiatives, and several state, county and local races.
The pre-election fundraising reports are in, and it’s time to see how much money candidates have raised so far for their campaigns in Fayetteville.
The biggest question on the ballot is whether a solidly red state could go even further Republican but also legalize recreational marijuana.
The School District has launched an investigation into the high school basketball team’s involvement at a local political campaign event.
Early voting is underway in Washington County for the 2022 general election.
Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders defended her avoidance of local media in her bid for Arkansas governor on Friday as she appeared in her only debate ahead of next month’s election.
Both candidates running for the upcoming City Council election in Ward 3 spoke at a public forum held last week inside the Fayetteville Public Library’s Walker Community Room.
Two candidates who hope to win the upcoming City Council election in Ward 2 participated in a public forum held last week inside the Fayetteville Public Library’s Walker Community Room.
Ballots include votes on four issues this year, and the UA Public Policy Center has once again created a handy guide to help residents before heading to the polls.
New voters who’d like to cast ballots in the upcoming November election have just a few more days to register to vote.