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Incumbents, New Names File for Washington County Posts

Posted: February 25, 2014 at 5 a.m.

The first day of Washington County candidate filings featured several incumbents and few surprises.

CANDIDATE FILINGS

Washington County Political Offices

The following candidates filed Monday for local political offices at the Washington County Courthouse. Filing for the May 20 party primaries continues through noon March 3.

County Clerk

Becky Lewallen (R)*

Circuit Clerk

Kyle Sylvester (R)*

County Judge

Marilyn Edwards (D)*

Jeff Williams (R)

County Treasurer

Bobby Hill (R)

County Assessor

Joshua Leon Crawford (R)

County Collector

David Ruff (R)*

Sheriff

Tim Helder (D)*

Mort Marshall (R)

Justices of the Peace

District 1

Tom Lundstrum (R) *

District 5

Joe Patterson (R) *

District 6

Lisa Ecke (R)

District 7

Rick Cochran (R)*

District 9

Eva Madison (D)*

District 10

James Miller (D)

District 12

Sue Madison (D)

District 13

Joel Maxwell (R)

District 14

Ann Harbison (D)*

District 15

Butch Pond (R)*

JUDICIAL

The following candidates filed Monday for judicial and prosecuting attorney offices in the 4th Judicial District that includes Washington and Madison counties at the Arkansas Secretary of State’s Office in Little Rock. Elections for Arkansas judges and prosecuting attorneys are nonpartisan. The Judicial General Election is May 20. Filing continues through 3 p.m. March 3.

Circuit Judge, Division 1

Brian Lester

Circuit Judge, Division 2

John Threet

Circuit Judge Division 3, Juvenile Court

Stacey Zimmerman *

Lisa Parks

Circuit Judge, Division 5

Beth Storey Bryan *

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT COURT

The following candidates filed for Fayetteville District Judge

William Storey

Tim Snively

(R) Republican (D) Democrat *Incumbent

Source: Staff Report

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