Vote 2022: Greene County – Candidates, News, Polling Locations


GREENE COUNTY, Ark. (KAIT) – Voters will head to the polls this year to decide several major political races in Greene County.

In addition to federal and state races on the ballot, there will be county and city races for voters to decide.

Based on slates provided by county clerks, the following races are contested for the May 24 and November 8 elections in Greene County.

The list is subject to change.

  • County Judge = Rusty McMillon (R), Jerry Poe Shipman (D), Kim Reeves (I)
  • Sheriff = Steve Franks (R), Brad Snyder (R), Rudy Ring (R), David Carter (R)
  • Collector = Robin Johnson (R), Cindy Tracer (R)
  • Treasurer = Kristi Rawls (R), Dustin Rumsey (R)
  • Justice of the Peace, District 5 = Michele Boling (R), Barry Wayne Wilkins (R)
  • Justice of the Peace, District 9 = Marc Reeves (R), Debbie Cross (R)
  • Constable, Bagwell Lake = Ronnie Banning (R), David L. White (R)
  • Constable, Crowley’s Ridge = Patrick Lenderman (R), Timothy L. Carey (R)
  • Constable, Dalton = James F. Shipman (R), Lonnie Holloway (R), David A. Howell (R)

The May 24 primary election is reserved for the parties (Republicans and Democrats). If no candidate achieves a majority of votes, the top two qualify for the second round on June 21.

The November 8 general election is for Republican, Democratic, and Libertarian candidates as well as independent candidates. Independent candidates have until May 2 to file their petitions to stand in the November general election.

Early voting begins May 9 for the May 24 primaries and October 24 for the November 8 general election. By Arkansas law, early voting runs from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, with early voting ending at 5 p.m. the day before the election.

People have until April 25 to register to vote for the May primaries and October 10 for the general election, according to the secretary of state’s office.

People can also check their voter registration and polling stations by go to the VoterView page on the Secretary of State’s website and can view a calendar of dates and deadlines by also visiting the website of the Secretary of State.

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