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Early voting underway. Early voting underway. Early voting underway. Early voting underway.

These contests will be on May 20 election day ballots in Pulaski County. Races for justice of the peace and state legislature will not be on all ballots. An accompanying article will explain districts covered by the judicial contests.

Polls will be open election day from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Early voting is underway at several locations, including the county building at Markham and Broadway, and will continue through Monday, May 19. Hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and until 5 p.m. on Monday, May 19.

If no candidate in the judicial races with more than two candidates wins a majority in the nonpartisan primary election, a runoff will be held in conjunction with the Nov. 4 general election.

 

Democratic primary

County Judge

Buddy Villines

Buddy York

 

Justice of the Peace District 3

Kathy Lewison

Robert E. Hymer Sr.

 

JP District 5

Wilandra Dean

Kenyon Lowe Sr.

 

JP District 8

Annette McCaleb

Curtis Keith

 

State House District 36

Charles King

Darrin Williams

 

State House District 38

Jeff Dailey

John Edwards

 

State Senate District 33

Sen. Irma Hunter Brown

Joyce Elliott

 

Republican primary

State House District 38

Ed Linck

Kelly Eichler

 

State House District 43

Tom Raley

Steven Meckfessel

 

Judicial contests

State Court of Appeals, Position 1

Court of Appeals Judge

Wendell Griffen

Judge Rita Gruber

 

Circuit Judge, Ninth Division

Cecily Patterson Skarda

Judge Mary McGowan

 

Circuit Judge, 11th Division

Cathi Compton

Melinda Gilbert

Jewel “Cricket” Harper

 

Little Rock District Judge, Division 1

Alice Lightle

Ernest Sanders Jr.

Hugh Finkelstein

 

Little Rock District Judge, Division 3

Slocum Pickell

Gary Sullivan

Mark D. Leverett

Ryan Allen

 

North Little Rock District Judge, Division 1

Judge Jim Hamilton

Heather R. Callaway

 

Wrightsville District Judge

Rita F. Bailey

Veletta P. Smith

Diana M. Maulding

Kathy L. Hall

Trey Wright

Chris Walton

 

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