ELECTIONS: Legislature, Supreme Court, other | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

ELECTIONS: Legislature, Supreme Court, other

Posted By on Tue, May 23, 2006 at 6:23 PM

Here's where we can talk tonight about legislative races -- including the barn-burner House race in central Little Rock -- and anything else, from constable on up.

FIRST RETURNS: Arkansas Blog calls the Supreme Court races for Corbin and Danielson.

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Elsewhere, geographic variations could change things as the night rolls on but it's looking at the moment like a Shoffner-Campbell runoff for treasurer, with Martha Shoffner (pictured) in the lead, not necessarily the most comfortable spot with a number right at 40 and a close opponent with more money..

Rep. Robert Thompson, a comer, has a big early lead in that Senate race up in Paragould.

Elsewhere, too early to say for certain, but Jim Bob Duggar is off to a bad start in his Senate primary race against Bill Pritchard.

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