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Madison seeks reelection


February 27, 2012 by Matthew Jones

Justice of the Peace Eva Madison of the Washington County Quorum Court. She was first elected in November 2010 and took office in January 2011. Madison said “it has been a privilege to represent the people of my district.”

Madison also remains concerned about animal concerns and budgets for the upcoming years if reelected.

“The Quorum Court worked hard on the 2012 budget, but I think we can do better for the taxpayers of Washington County,” said Madison in a recent press announcement.

Madison goes on to explain on future goals for the budget of 2013, of reelected. “I will push for a closer look at actual expenditures, as well as a budget that provides the citizens of Washington County with a more accurate depiction of how we are spending their tax dollars.”
Justice Madison lives in Fayetteville. She is a graduate of Fayetteville High School, Vanderbilt University, and University of Arkansas School of Law. She practices law in Fayetteville and serves as a adjunct faculty member of the University of Arkansas School of Law. She has been married to David Pieper for 17 years. She has one son Sam, age 2. She also has several rescued cats and a shelter dog.
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