Election ordinance voided in north Arkansas city
BALD KNOB, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas city's failure to advertise an ordinance twice in a newspaper has given another opportunity for residents to run for office as independent candidates.
The Daily Citizen reports (http://bit.ly/1q9NMjC ) Bald Knob had an early filing ordinance for residents who want to run as independents. They could only sign up from April 30 to May 19.
Mayor Doyle Wallace says the ordinance was voided after the city advertised it once, not twice as required.
Barth Grayson says he's pleased about the voided ordinance. He says he plans to file as a candidate for Bald Knob mayor.
Bald Knob residents now have until noon Friday, Aug. 15 to file as an independent candidate.
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