LR candidate filing closes | Arkansas Blog

Friday, September 8, 2006

LR candidate filing closes

Posted By on Fri, Sep 8, 2006 at 2:06 PM

The filing period for this year's non-partisan Little Rock city board elections (including the mayor's race) closed at noon today.

The following people have been certified as candidates:

Mayor
Barbara Graves – Filed 09/06/06
Jesse Mason – Filed 08/23/06
Mark Stodola – Filed 08/21/06
Bill Walker – Filed 08/30/06

Ward 1
Herbert Broadway – Filed 08/29/06
Erma Fingers Hendrix – Filed 09/08/06
Johnnie Pugh (incumbent) – Filed 08/29/06

Ward 2
George Jean Allen – Filed 09/08/06
Maudella Morehead – Filed 09/08/06
Ken Richardson – Filed 09/08/06
Glen Schwarz – Filed 09/07/06

Ward 3
William “Kevin” Britton – Filed 09/08/06
Stacy Hurst (incumbent) – Filed 09/08/06

Ward 5
Michael Keck (incumbent) – Filed 09/07/06

Ward 6
Genevieve Stewart (incumbent) – Filed 08/31/06
Doris Wright – Filed 08/22/06

Ward 7
BJ Wyrick (incumbent) – Filed 08/29/06


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