Election Information for Spring 2021



January 31st - Deadline for submission of completed nomination forms to the Arkansas Bar Association’s Secretary

February 15th -
Deadline for mailing of ballots in contested races

March 18th -
Deadline for receipt of signed ballots  

Click here for a Nominating Petition for the Board of Trustees

2021-2022 Districts Total No. Seats No. of Available Seats County(ies) within Each District
A1 4 1 Benton
A2, A3 8 3 Washington
A4 4 2 Carroll, Boone, Madison, Newton, Johnson, Franklin, Crawford, Sebastian, Logan
B9-15 28 9 Pulaski
C5 4 1 Marion, Baxter, Fulton, Sharp, Randolph, Lawrence, Izard, Stone, Searcy, Pope, Van Buren, Cleburne, Independence, Jackson, White, Faulkner, Conway, Pope, Yell, Perry
C6 4 2 Clay, Greene, Craighead, Mississippi, Poinsett, Woodruff, Cross, Crittenden, St.
Francis, Lee, Monroe, Prairie
C7 4 1 Lonoke, Phillips, Arkansas, Jefferson, Grant, Clark, Dallas, Cleveland, Lincoln, Desha, Drew, Bradley, Calhoun, Ouachita, Columbia, Union, Ashley, Chicot
C8 4 1 Scott, Polk, Montgomery, Garland, Saline, Hot Spring, Pike, Howard, Sevier, Hempstead, Nevada, Little River, Miller, Lafayette
Total Trustees 60 20  

ArkBar’s new Constitution, adopted at the June 2020 annual meeting, sets a new deadline for submitting nominating petitions for the Office of President-Elect. The new date is January 31, 2021.  This brings the election of the President-Elect in line with the election of the Board of Trustees. The Office of Secretary is also to be elected in the same election cycle with the same January 31st deadline. The next president-elect designee will come from Bar District B, which encompasses all of Pulaski County. Please contact Karen Hutchins at 501-801-5663