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Storey Cites Experience, Snively Seeks Change in Fayetteville District Judge Race

Storey Suggests Night Court; Snively Wants To Add DUI Program

Posted: May 2, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

FAYETTEVILLE -- The race for Fayetteville District Court judge may come down to ambition and a desire for change versus experience.

At A Glance

Judicial General Election

Elections for Arkansas judges and prosecuting attorneys are nonpartisan. The Judicial General Election is May 20 and is held in conjunction with the state’s preferential primaries. Early voting begins Monday.

Source: Staff Report

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William Storey

Fayetteville District Court Judge

Age: 72

Residency: Fayetteville

Family: Wife, Patricia, three daughters, 11 grandchildren.

Employment: Circuit Judge

Education: University of Arkansas School of Law, juris doctor, 1968.

Military Experience: None

Political Experience: Five terms as circuit judge for the 4th Judicial District, which is composed of Washington and Madison counties.

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Tim Snively

Age: 48

Residency: Fayetteville

Family: Married, Cristi Beaumont, three daughters

Employment: Lawyer

Education: University of Arkansas School of Law, juris doctor, 1997; Malone College, bachelor’s degree in management, 1993; Stark Technical College, associate’s degree Industrial Engineering, 1991.

Military Experience: None

Political Experience: None

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