Little Rock election results -- UPDATED | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, November 7, 2006

Little Rock election results -- UPDATED

Posted By on Tue, Nov 7, 2006 at 3:55 PM


Not that you were worried, but Channel 4 indicates Doc Holladay is running away from Dewayne Graham in the race for Pulaski County sheriff.


The Pulaski early voting totals are up at

Big news: Mark Stodola could win the mayor's race without a runoff. He has 48 percent in early voting, to 26 for Barbara Graves and 17 percent for Bill Walker, with Jesse Mason picking up less than 9..

The Democrat, Barry Hyde, is leading in the open House seat in North Little Rock and Democratic incumbent JP Kathy Lewison has a narrow lead in early voting to hold onto her Quorum Court seat against Allen Kerr, a Republican.

Here's the spot to follow and comment on the race for LR mayor and city board and other local and Pulaski County offices.



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