Sebastian County Election Commission
The three-member Board of Election Commissioners is an independent unit of county government tasked with administering, conducting and tabulating all Sebastian County elections in conjunction with state and federal election laws. County election commissioners are recommended by their political party and appointed by the State Board of Election Commissioners using the ratio of two majority party members to one minority party member. The ratio is determined by the party affiliation of a majority of state constitutional office holders.
The Sebastian County Election Commission currently operates up to 37 Vote Centers on Election Day. Any of the approximately 68,500 registered voters in Sebastian County, that qualify to vote in an election, can vote at any of the open Vote Center locations regardless of which of the 111 active precincts within which they live. The Sebastian County Election Commission also operates additional Early Voting locations through out the county prior to election day. The Election Commission works closely with the Sebastian County Clerk.
Election Commission Members:
Jason Vineyard (R)
Cara Gean (R)
Lee Webb (D)
WK: 479-784-1564 (office)