Trina Wilson
Justice of the Peace

About JP's

What is a Justice of the Peace?

Justices of the Peace are elected to represent their Districts for 2 year terms. JP's make up the Quorum Court, Committee of the Whole & JP's serve on various committees as designated by the County Judge.They are responsible for all County Ordinances and Resolutions.

What is the JP's jurisdiction?

Justices of the Peace have jurisdiction relating to County taxes including real estate and personal property taxescollected by County government. This includes assessment of property, equalization of assessments on appeal, tax levies, tax collections and disbursement of tax proceeds.

What are the JP duties?

Justices of the Peace duties also include all County administrative actions affecting human services programs for indigent residents of the County, County financial services, general public utility, trade and commerce, transportation of persons and property and natural resources. 

Why Trina


Trina has lived in Benton County for 17 years with 14 of those years in District 03 (Rogers) with her family.    She has experience with budgets, conscious spending and setting limits.

My Story

Trina believes in less government involvement in our lives.   

 “Liberty not only means that the individual has both the opportunity and the burden of choice; it also means that he must bear the consequences of his actions....Liberty and responsibility are inseparable.”
Friedrich A. Hayek  

Get Involved

Having others help spread the message of liberty whether for my campaign or for the Libertarian party in general would be an assest.   You can help by passing out flyers, placing yard signs, or setting up small gatherings.  The small gatherings are ideal for candidates to meet potential voters and even donors as well as just meet other people to share thoughts and ideas.