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Updated Election Results

Polk County Results:  17 of 17 Precincts Reporting

U.S. Senate Race:

Tom Cotton  – 4444 – (70.09%)

Mark Pryor  – 1510

Nathan LaFrance – 207

Mark Swaney – 177

 

U.S. House District 4:

Bruce Westerman – 4224 – (68%)

James Lee Witt – 1637

Ken Hamilton – 343

Janis Percefull – 4

 

Governor’s Race:

Asa Hutchinson – 4108 – (64.54%)

Mike Ross – 1963

Frank Gilbert – 181

J. Joshua Drake – 113

 

Lt. Governor:

Tim Griffin – 4220 (67.21%)

John Burkhalter – 1713

Christopher Olson – 346

 

Attorney General:

Nate Steel – 1974

Leslie Rutledge – 3822 (61%)

Aaron Cash – 467

 

Secretary of State:

Mark Martin – 4616 – (73.5%)

Susan Inman – 1362

Jacob Holloway – 302

 

Treasurer:

Dennis Milligan – 4074 (65.29%)

Karen Garcia – 1646

Chris Hayes – 520

 

Issue 1:

For – 3711 (60.75%)

Against – 2398

 

Issue 2:

For – 3477

Against – 2683

 

Issue 3:

For – 3196 (51.18%)

Against – 3049

 

Issue 4:

For – 3222 (50.85%)

Against – 3114

 

Issue 5:

For – 3891 (62.22%)

Against – 2363 (37.78)

 

State House – District 20

Nate Bell – 3392 (61.15%)

Chase Busch – 1718

Marc Rosson – 437

 

Polk County Judge:

Brandon Ellison – 4699 (74.09%)

Richard Pena – 1643

 

Polk County Assessor:

Jovan Thomas – 3263 (52.16%)

Phyllis Bell – 2993

 

Mena City Council – Ward 1; Position 1:

James Earl Turner – 865 (50.94%)

Darla Martel – 833

 

Hatfield Mayor –

Larry Stricklin – 48 (52.17%)

John Gordon – 44

 

Constable Center Township:

Andy Barron – 1421 (60.49%)

Curtis Boyd – 928

 

Constable Potter Township:

Tommy Hubbard – 311

Stanley Watson – 325 (51.10%)

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2 comments

  1. Thanks for putting in the hours and posting the numbers!

  2. What is the latest on the unopposed alderman seat in Hatfield and the nonresident running for the office? Was he seated?

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