Crawford County Treasurer Beverly Pyle will seek re-election to a fifth term. She will be running as a Republican candidate.
A native of Crawford County, Pyle was raised in Natural Dam and resides in Cedarville with her husband, Bill. They have four children and six grandchildren.
She served as mayor of Cedarville for six years, followed by three terms as an Arkansas state representative where she was term-limited. As treasurer, she is a member of the Arkansas Treasurers’ Association and the Arkansas Treasurers’ Legislative Committee.
While serving the citizens of Crawford County, Pyle said she has made several changes to the treasurer’s office, including:
• Establishing Automated Clearing House direct depositing system to more systematically distribute tax revenue to all public schools and municipalities in Crawford County.
• Renovating the treasurer’s office and updating office equipment.
• Establishing four-digit fund codes and revenue codes used in bookkeeping.
“Each year, the county treasurer’s office is audited by the Arkansas State Auditor’s Office and has always been in compliance with Arkansas fiscal and financial laws,” Pyle said. “I have been honored to serve the people of Crawford County and ask for your continued support in the election.”