Moehring seeks second term as Benton County Judge

Posted: January 20, 2018 at 1 a.m.

Benton County Judge Barry Moehring speaks with constituents at a July 24 informational town hall meeting in Gentry. Moehring has announced he plans to seek re-election.
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Benton County Judge Barry Moehring speaks with constituents at a July 24 informational town hall meeting in Gentry. Moehring has announced he plans to seek re-election.

BENTONVILLE -- Barry Moehring announced Friday he will seek a second term as Benton County judge.

County officials

Changes in state law now provide for county elected officials, except justices of the peace and constables, to serve four-year terms beginning in 2019. Justices of the peace and constables will still serve two-year terms.

Source: Benton County Clerk’s Office

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