Former Arkansan, Noelle Nikpour, finishes last in Florida congressional primary | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Former Arkansan, Noelle Nikpour, finishes last in Florida congressional primary

Posted By on Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 6:48 AM

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Noelle Nikpour,
a sometime-Republican commentator on cable TV and a former Little Rock resident, got 1 percent of the vote for a last-place finish in a six-way Republican primary race for Congress Tuesday from Florida's 18th District.

She trailed in fund-raising, too, with only about $200,000, but was helped in that by contributions from a number of prominent Arkansans including Stephen LaFrance Jr., Andrea Rockefeller, John Tyson, Bud Cummins and Asa Hutchinson III.

We mentioned her candidacy earlier.

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