Both candidates looking to represent Ward 4 in the upcoming City Council election sat down for an hour-long public debate Wednesday evening.
Three candidates looking to replace outgoing Alderman Martin Schoppmeyer in Fayetteville’s Ward 3 City Council race participated in a public forum held Wednesday evening
Both candidates hoping to win the upcoming City Council election in Ward 2 participated in a public forum held Thursday evening inside the former Chamber of Commerce building in downtown Fayetteville.
Two candidates looking to represent Ward 1 in the upcoming City Council election participated in a candidate forum Wednesday evening inside the former Chamber of Commerce building in downtown Fayetteville.
Here are our notes from the City Council candidate portion of Tuesday nights public forum hosted by AAUW Fayetteville and the NWA Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta.
Three candidates for Fayetteville mayor took turns answering questions Tuesday night during a public forum.
As in previous years, Jordan said he’s proud of his time in office and has no problem letting his record speak for his campaign.
The League of Women Voters of Washington County will host a forum on Wednesday, Oct. 5 in the Walker Community Room at the Fayetteville Public Library.
The Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce will host a series of forums over the next few weeks featuring candidates from several local races in the upcoming November general election.
The guide is designed to help voters make a more informed choice when filling out their ballots.
Fayetteville Alderman Matthew Petty will seek another four-year term on the City Council in the November general election.
Longtime local busser and perennial political candidate Adam Fire Cat is back for his third attempt at winning a seat on the Fayetteville City Council.
Political Science major and youth faith intern Benjamin Harrison will run for the soon-to-be vacant City Council seat in Fayetteville’s Ward 3.
Ward 1 representative Sarah Marsh would like another four years in her seat on the Fayetteville City Council.
Fayetteville developer and real estate broker Tom Terminella plans to challenge Mayor Lioneld Jordan in the Nov. 8 general election this year.