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Trump asks U.S. Supreme Court to pause federal trial over presidential immunity question
Former President Donald Trump asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to further delay his federal criminal trial on charges he attempted to subvert the 2020 election, contending his actions were protected by presidential immunity. In a 40-page application to the Supreme Court late Monday, Trump and his attorneys asked the justices to pause pretrial…
Marion County Republicans host Nazarenko, Albright for voters trying to decide the fate of AR House District 4
It was a packed room at the Marion County Annex Courtroom for the Marion County Republican Committee on Thursday evening. The committee hosted both Jason Nazarenko of Cotter and Tink Albright of Gassville for a candidate panel on a variety of topics. Nazarenko and Albright are both Republicans competing for the seat. Whoever wins this…
Judge denies Norfork School Board President’s petition to be placed on ballot, agrees that Clerk staff misinformed Woods over election filing
Circuit Judge Andrew Bailey issued a final order denying Norfork School Board President Levi Woods’s petition to be placed on the ballot in the Position 2 seat for the Norfork Public Schools’ Board of Education in next month’s election. Norfork's Stephanie Free will run for Position 2 unopposed. Woods filed the petition after Baxter…
Gov. Sanders endorses Nazarenko of Cotter for AR House District 4, Albright responds
Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders has placed her thumb on the scale of this year's Republican primary by endorsing Jason Nazarenko of Cotter for Arkansas House District 4 over Tink Albright of Gassville. The endorsement came Monday evening on the X (Formerly Twitter) social media platform. "I'm proud to support Jason Nazarenko for Arkansas State House District 4,"…
Arkansas ballot initiatives show the people really do rule
Get ready, Arkansas. The petitioners are coming. In coming weeks, people armed with clipboards and sheaves of paper will accost Arkansans outside supermarkets, on street corners and inside businesses (with the owners’ permission, of course). These document wielders will be asking passersby to sign petitions in support of several constitutional amendments and state laws.  So…

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