Early election results favor Moore, Berna in Fayetteville City Council races

Members and volunteers with the Washington County Election Commission work to count early voting ballots Tuesday inside the Washington County courthouse. ( / Flyer staff photo)

The challengers lead the incumbents in the races for Fayetteville City Council in early and absentee voting results released Tuesday evening in Washington County.

Sarah Moore leads in the race for Ward 2 59-41% over incumbent Mark Kinion, and Scott Berna leads Sloan Scroggin 51-49% in the Ward 3 race.

Early and absentee totals were released at around 8:45 p.m. at the Washington County courthouse.

In the race for county judge, Josh Moody leads Patrick Deakins 53-47% in early and absentee totals.

Early totals are against the Jail Improvement Bonds 57-43%, and against the Juvenile Court Improvement Bonds so far, 52-48%.

Please note, these are only results from Washington County voters, and do not include tallies from statewide races.

Fayetteville Municipal

Ward 2 City Council
Mark Kinion – 944 (41%)
Sarah Moore – 1,344 (59%)

Ward 3 City Council
Sloan Scroggin – 2,670 (49.49%)
Scott Berna – 2,725 (50.51%)

Washington County

Non Partisan Judicial General Election Runoff – State Supreme Court Associate Justice Position 2

Supreme Court Associate Justice Robin Wynne – 20,156 (68%)
Judge Chris Caranhan – 9,430 (32%)

Washington County Judge
Josh Moody – 19,155 (53%)
Justice of the Peace Patrick Deakins – 17,307 (47%)

Washington County Special Election – Juvenile Court Improvement Bonds
For – 16,710 (43%)
Against – 20,057 (57%)

Washington County Special Election – Jail Improvement Bonds
For – 15,050 (48%)
Against – 18,383 (52%)

Justice of the Peace District 1
Justice of the Peace Lance C. Johnson – 2,141 (65%)
Sarah Hampton – 1,104 (34%)

Justice of the Peace District 2
David Wilson – 1,217 (62%)
Roger Brooks – 759 – (38%)

Justice of the Peace District 3
Justin Meeks – 710 (38%)
Justice of the Peace Sean Simons – 1,148 (62%)

Justin of the Peace District 4
Aaron Howerton – 327 (45%)
Fred Anderson – 405 (55%)

Justice of the Peace District 5
Kyle Lyons – 1,001 (61%)
Dawn Cate-Bonner – 629 (39%)

Justice of the Peace District 6
Justice of the Peace Lisa Eche – 810 (56%)
Michael B. Mapa – 646 (44%)

Justice of the Peace District 7
Charles T. Dean – 1,386 (47%)
Sherry Main – 1,593 (53%)

Justice of the Peace District 10
Amanada Foster – 1,508 (53%)
Justice of the Peace Robert E. Dennis – 1,349 (47%)

Justice of the Peace District 12
Justice of the Peace Evelyn Rios Stafford – 1,592 (81%)
William Terrill – 363 (19%)

Justice of the Peace District 13
Justice of the Peace Willie Leming – 1,581 (73%)
James Morphew – 564 (26%)

Justice of the Peace District 14
Gary Ricker – 1,960 (60%)
Dawn Cannon – 1,306 (40%)

Justice of the Peace District 15
Justice of the Peace Botch Pond – 1,859 (53%)
Ash Lee Hicks – 1,653 (47%)

State

Note – These are results from only Washington County voters, and do not include tallies from statewide races.

US Senate
Natalie James – 18,069 (49%)
Senator John Boozman – 17,839 (49%)

Kenneth Cates – 848 (2%)

US Congress
Steve Womack – 18,022 (49%)
Lauren Mallett-Hays – 17,819 (49%)
Michael J. Kalagias – 836 (2%)

Governor
Chris Jones – 20,025 (54%)
Ricky Dale Harrington, Jr. 530 – (1%)
Sarah Huckabee Sanders – 16,294 (44%)

Lieutenant Governor
Kelly Ross Krout – 18,836 (51%)
Frank Gilbert – 1,080 (3%)
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge – 1,6778 (46%)

Attorney General
Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffin – 18,102 (50%)
Jessie Gibson – 18,416 (50%)

Secretary or State
Anna Beth Gorman – 18,630 – (51%)
Secretary of State John Thurston – 17,895 (49%)

State Treasurer
Pam Whitaker – 18,815 (52%)
State Representative Mark Lowery – 17,614 (48%)

Auditor of State
Diamond Arnold-Johnson – 16,606 (46%)
Simeon Snow – 1,522 (4%)
Treasurer of State Dennis Milligan – 18,129 (50%)

Commissioner of State Lands
Darlene Goldi Gaines – 17,733 (49%)
Tommy Land Commissioner of State Lands – 18,569 (51%)

Issue No. 1 – Constitutional Amendment to Allow the General Assembly to Convene in Extraordinary Session
For – 11,416 (32%)
Against – 23,603 (67%)

Issue No. 2 – Constitutional Amendment and Ballot Initiative Reform Amendment
For – 11,116 (32%)
Against – 24,166 (68%)

Issue No. 3 – Arkansas Religious Freedom Amendment
For – 13,453 (38%)
Against – 22,221 (67%)

Issue No. 4 – Recreational Cannabis Amendment
For – 18,584 (51%)
Against – 18,038 (49%)

» View full early and absentee results in Washington County.

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