County Judge Barry Hyde will seek re-election | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, July 13, 2017

County Judge Barry Hyde will seek re-election

Posted By on Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 1:14 PM

Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde, a Democrat, has announced he'll seek a third term next year. In a news release, he said he'd raised $90,000 for another campaign and has $110,000 on hand. No opponent has yet announced.

Hyde's release touted, among others, countywide curbside recycling, a crisis unit for the mentally ill, expanded counseling for troubled youth and expanded media efforts.

Correction: Voters in 2016 approved four-year terms for county officials. This will be the first election in 2018 for the longer term.



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