Write-in candidates aren't of much moment. Except in extraordinary circumstances, they rarely get any meaningful votes.
Nonetheless, today is the deadline for write-in candidates. I hope to have a full list later. Roby Brock notes that they include Elvis Presley from Star City, who's running for governor. He joins a Republican, a Democrat, a Green and a write-in neo-Nazi.
UPDATE: Find the assortment of write-ins on the jump.
(LITTLE ROCK, AR)—Secretary Daniels announces write-in candidates for the November 2, 2010 General Election ballot.
August 4 at 5 p.m. marked the deadline for those wishing to run for state and district offices as write-in candidates.
Thirteen individuals filed notices of candidacy to run:
* Stephan “Troublemaker” Hercher of Barling, AR for U.S. Senate
* Mickey Higgins of Paragould, AR for U.S. Congress, District 01
* Danial Suits of Bryant, AR for U.S. Congress, District 02
* David E. Dinwiddie of Pine Bluff, AR for Governor
* Elvis D. Presley of Star City, AR for Governor
* Billy Roper of Russellville, AR for Governor
* Marc Rosson of Gillham, AR for Attorney General
* David “Cowboy” McMillian of Mt. Pine, AR for State Senate, District 19
* H. Edwards of Stuttgart, AR for State Rep.,District 14
* Willie Gammon of Marion, AR for State Rep.,District 54
* Ray Nassar of Marion, AR for State Rep.,District 54
* Abel Tomlinson of Fayetteville, AR for State Rep.,District 92
* Robert Dittrich of Stuttgart, AR for Prosecuting Attorney, District 11-East
Love the bread bags eLwood! I agree that as nice as it is to see…
The street parking spaces in front of Capitol Building have reserved numbers for the legislators…
Absolutely no confidence in the Arkansas Supreme Court.