Eight of our Republican nominees for justice of the peace face challengers in the November 3 general election. A justice of the peace is a member of the Benton County Quorum Court, the legislative body for the county.

Join us Tuesday, October 20 for our monthly meeting. We will feature the eight candidates for justice of the peace. We are proud of our Republicans. We know you’ll want to know them better and help them win their race.


Ken Farmer
District 2

District 2 covers southeast Rogers, south to Cross Hollows and east to Beaver Lake. It includes the Monte Ne, Beaver Shores and Crow’s Nest areas on Beaver Lake.



Richard McKeehan
District 3

District 3 covers the city of Rogers from Walnut Street to Lowell.



Justice of the Peace
Tom Allen
District 4

District 4 covers southwest Rogers, Cave Springs and west Lowell.


Justice of the Peace
Carrie Perrien Smith
District 5

District 5 sits squarely in northwest Rogers. For the most part, the north-south boundaries are Arkansas 102 and Walnut Street. The east-west boundaries are Second Street in downtown Rogers and Interstate 49. It includes an area between 28th and 13th streets covering voters as far south as Oak Street.


Joel Jones
District 8

District 8 covers the east side of Bentonville.


Renona Crowden
District 10

District 10 covers the west side of Bella Vista.



Justice of the Peace
Kurt Moore
District 13

District 13 covers the southwest corner of the county.


Justice of the Peace
Joel Edwards
District 15

District 15 covers the north half of Centerton to the northwest side of Bentonville to the downtown square. The district also covers a sliver of Bella Vista to the north.

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