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Four Candidates Vie for Ward 4 Seat on Rogers Council

Posted: October 13, 2012 at 5:30 a.m.

Editor’s Note: Carlos Chicas, Rachel Cox, Bob Goodwin and Carrie Perrien Smith

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Carlos Chicas

Position: Ward 4, Position 1

Age: 38

Residence: Lived in Rogers for 12 years

Family: Wife, Deysi; three children

Employment: Sports anchor for Univision Arkansas

Education: Accounting degree from the National School of Business Sciences and a bachelor’s degree in business management from John Brown University

Political Experience: None

Military Experience: None

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Rachel Cox

Position: Ward 4, Position 1

Age: 27

Residence: Native of Rogers

Family: Husband, Steve; three children

Education: Graduate of Rogers High School; associate degree from NorthWest Arkansas Community College; attended University of Arkansas, needs one class to graduate

Employment: Director of development and marketing of Havenwood, a nonprofit home for single parents

Political Experience: None

Military Experience: None

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Robert “Bob” Goodwin

Position: Ward 4, Position 1

Age: 84

Residence: 45 years in Rogers

Family: Wife, Martha; three adult children and several grandchildren.

Employment: Retired

Education: Southwest Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University.

Military Experience: Seven years in the U.S. Army National Guard

Political Experience: 27 years on the Rogers City Council

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Name: Carrie Perrien Smith

Position: Ward 4, Position 1

Age: 47

Residency: Lived in Rogers since 1993.

Family: Husband Tom Smith; a daughter and a grandson

Employment: President of Soar with Eagles, which provides branding and marketing services to motivational speakers

Education: Master’s degree in business administration, John Brown University; organizational management, John Brown University.

Political Experience: None

Military Experience: None

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