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CONTENTS

Federal Offices
Arkansas State Senate
Arkansas State House

R-Republican; D-Democrat; L-Libertarian; G-Green; I-Independent

FEDERAL OFFICES – 5 SEATS ON THE BALLOT

 

U.S. PRESIDENT
Bernie Sanders – D
Amy Klobuchar – D
Pete Buttgieg – D
Mosie Boyd – D
Kamala Harris – D
Elizabeth Warren – D
Joe Biden – D
John Delaney – D
Steve Bullock – D
Cory Booker – D
Tom Steyer – D
Marianne Williamson – D
Joe Sestak – D
Michael Bennet – D
Julian Castro – D
Michael Bloomberg – D
Tusli Gabbard – D
Andrew Yang – D
Bill Weld – R
Donald Trump – R
Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente – R
C.L. Gammon – I

U.S. SENATE
Sen. Tom Cotton – R (incumbent)
Ricky Dale Harrington, Jr. – L
Daniel Whitfield – I

U.S. CONGRESS
District 1
U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford – R

District 2
U.S. Rep. French Hill – R
Sen. Joyce Elliott – D
J. Glenn Smith – I

District 3
U.S. Rep. Steve Womack – R (incumbent)
Celeste Williams – D
Michael Kalagias – L

District 4
U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman – R (incumbent)
William Hanson – D
Frank Gilbert – L

ARKANSAS SUPREME COURT
Arkansas Supreme Court, Pos. 4
Josephine “Jo” Hart – I (incumbent not seeking re-election)
Judge Morgan “Chip” Welch – I
Barbara Webb – I

ARKANSAS STATE SENATE – 17 SEATS ON THE BALLOT

District 1
Bart Hester – R (incumbent)
Ronetta Francis – D

District 2
Jim Hendren – R
Ryan Craig – D

District 7
Lance Eads – R

District 11
Jimmy Hickey – R

District 12
Bruce Maloch – D (incumbent)
Charles Beckham – R

District 13
Alan Clark – R (incumbent)
Jeff Crow – R
Brandon Overly – D

District 16
Breanne Davis – R

District 21
John Cooper – R (incumbent)
Dan Sullivan – R

District 22
David Wallace – R

District 23
Ron Caldwell – R

District 25
Stephanie Flowers – D (incumbent)
Efrem Elliott – D

District 26
Eddie Cheatham – D (incumbent)
Ben Gilmore – R
Bill Dunklin – R

District 27
Trent Garner – R (incumbent)
Garry Smith – D
Keidra Burrell – D

District 28
Jonathan Dismang – R

District 29
Ricky Hill – R

District 32
Will Bond – D (incumbent, not seeking re-election)
Bob Thomas – R
Clarke Tucker – D

District 34
Jane English – R
Alisa Blaize Dixon – D

ARKANSAS STATE HOUSE – 100 SEATS ON THE BALLOT

District 1
Carol Dalby – R

District 2
Lane Jean – R

District 3
Danny Watson – R (incumbent)
Larry Faulkner – D

District 4
DeAnn Vaught – R

District 5
David Fielding – D (incumbent)
Chase McDowell – R

District 6
Matthew Shepherd – R

District 7
Sonia Eubanks Barker – R (incumbent)
George Calloway – D

District 8
Jeff Wardlaw – R (incumbent)
Christopher Ogburn – D

District 9
LeAnne Burch – D (incumbent)
Howard Beaty – R

District 10
Mike Holcomb – R

District 11
Don Glover – D (incumbent)
Mark McElroy – R

District 12
Chris Richey – D (incumbent)
David Tollett – R

District 13
David Hillman – R

District 14
Roger Lynch – R (incumbent)
Rick Bransford – D
Christia Jones – I

District 15
Ken Bragg – R (incumbent)
Wayne Willems – L

District 16
Kenneth Ferguson – D

District 17
Vivian Flowers – D

District 18
Richard Womack – R

District 19
Justin Gonzales – R

District 20
John Maddox – R

District 21
Marcus Richmond – R (incumbent)
Jim Reynolds – R

District 22
Mickey Gates – R (removed from office)
Richard McGrew – R
Jack Wells – R
Richard Midkiff – R
Judy Bowers – L

District 23
Lanny Fite – R

District 24
Bruce Cozart – R

District 25
Les Warren – R

District 26
Laurie Rushing – R (incumbent not seeking re-election)
Lorna Nobles – R
Rick McClure – R
Joyce Schimenti – D

District 27
Julie Mayberry – R (incumbent)
Gary Fults – I

District 28
Jasen Kelly – R (incumbent not seeking re-election)
Tony Furman – R
Marietta McClure – R
Patricia Ashley – I

District 29
Fredrick Love – D

District 30
Fred Allen – D

District 31
Andy Davis – R (incumbent, not seeking re-election)
R.J. Hawk – R
Keith Brooks – R
Sandy Furrer – I
Mazhil Rajendran – D

District 32
Jim Sorvillo – R (incumbent)
Ashley Hudson – D

District 33
Tippi McCullough – D

District 34
John Walker – D (deceased)
Ryan Davis – D
Joy Springer – D
Lee Miller – D
Roderick Talley – I

District 35
Andrew Collins – D

District 36
Denise Ennett – D (incumbent)
Russell Williams – D

District 37
Jamie Scott – D

District 38
Carlton Wing – R (incumbent)
Matthew Stallings – D

District 39
Mark Lowery – R (incumbent)
Kayla Applegate – D

District 40
Douglas House – R (incumbent, not seeking re-election)
Karyn Maynard – R
David Ray – R
David Dougan – I
Allison Dougan – I

District 41
Karilyn Brown – R (incumbent)
Jannie Cotton – D
Zach Randall – D

District 42
Mark Perry – D

District 43
Brian Evans – R

District 44
Cameron Cooper – R (incumbent)
Rodney Govens – D

District 45
Jim Wooten – R

District 46
Les Eaves – R

District 47
Craig Christiansen – R

District 48
Reginald Murdock – D

District 49
Steve Hollowell – R (incumbent)
Justin Reeves – D

District 50
Milton Nicks, Jr. – D

District 51
Deborah Ferguson – D

District 52
Dwight Tosh – R

District 53
Dan Sullivan – R (incumbent, running for State Senate)
Bobby Long – R
Jon Milligan – R
Cole Peck – R
Shawn Only – D

District 54
Johnny Rye – R

District 55
Monte Hodges – D (incumbent)
Gary Tobar – R

District 56
Joe Jett – R

District 57
Jimmy Gazaway – R

District 58
Brandt Smith – R (incumbent)
Ken Yarborough – R
Jim Burton – D

District 59
Jack Ladyman – R (incumbent)
Reginald “Ray” Prunty – D

District 60
Frances Cavenaugh – R

District 61
Marsh Davis – R

District 62
Michelle Gray – R

District 63
Stu Smith – R

District 64
John Payton – R

District 65
Rick Beck – R (incumbent)
David Norman – D

District 66
Josh Miller – R

District 67
Stephen Meeks – R (incumbent)
Steve Wilson – D

District 68
Stan Berry – R (incumbent)
Lisa Hassell – D

District 69
Aaron Pilkington – R

District 70
Spencer Hawks – R

District 71
Joe Cloud – R

District 72
Stephen Magie – D (incumbent)
James Phillips – R

District 73
Mary Bentley – R

District 74
Jon Eubanks – R (incumbent)
Curtis Varnell – R
Shawn Bates – R
June Anteski – D

District 75
Lee Johnson – R

District 76
Cindy Crawford – R (incumbent)
Caleb Harwell – D

District 77
Justin Boyd – R (incumbent)
Stephen Edwards – L

District 78
Jay Richardson – D

District 79
Gary Deffenbaugh – R

District 80
Charlene Fite – R (incumbent)
Lou Reed Sharp – D

District 81
Bruce Coleman – R

District 82
Sarah Capp – R (not seeking re-election, running for judgeship)
Mark Berry – R
Gwen Ford Faulkenberry – D

District 83
Keith Slape – R

District 84
Denise Garner – D

District 85
David Whitaker – D (incumbent)
Brian Hester – R

District 86
Nicole Clowney – D (incumbent)
John S. LaTour – R

District 87
Robin Lundstrum – R (incumbent)
Michael Bennett-Spears – D

District 88
Clint Penzo – R (incumbent)
Hawley Woods – D

District 89
Megan Godfrey – D (incumbent)
Jed Duggar – R

District 90
Jana Della Rosa – R (incumbent)
Kendon Underwood – R
Chris Latimer – R
Kelly Krout – D

District 91
Dan Douglas – R (incumbent, not seeking re-election)
Delia Haak – R
Scott Richardson – R
Jorge Becker – R
Nick Jones – D

District 92
Gayla H. McKenzie – R

District 93
Jim Dotson – R (incumbent)
Daisy Bonilla – D

District 94
Rebecca Petty – R (incumbent not seeking re-election)
John Carr – R
Adrienne Woods – R
Jene Huffman-Gilreath – D

District 95
Austin McCollum – R

District 96
Grant Hodges – R (incumbent, not seeking re-election)
Joshua Bryant – R
Jon Comstock – D

District 97
Harlan Breaux – R (incumbent)
Suzie Bell – D

District 98
Ron McNair – R

District 99
Jack Fortner – R

District 100
Nelda Speaks – R (incumbent)
Paige Dillard Evans – R
Kevin Vornheder – L

JUDICIAL RACES – COMING SOON!

“The List” is a component of Notes from the Campaign Trail, a compilation of various political insider tidbits. “The List” is sponsored by Rx Catering