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President: BARACK OBAMA

U.S. Congress, 2nd District: HERB RULE

Issue No. 5: THE MEDICAL MARIJUANA ACT

State Senate, District 32: SEN. DAVID JOHNSON

State Senate, District 34: BARRY HYDE

State Senate District 35: LINDA TYLER

State House of Representatives, District 31: TOMMY FORMICOLA

State House of Representatives, District 32: BARBARA GRAVES

State House of Representatives, District 35: REP. JOHN CHARLES EDWARDS

State House of Representatives, District 38: PATTY JULIAN

State House of Representatives, District 39: KELLY HALSTEAD

State House of Representatives, District 40: STEVEN McNEELY

State House of Representatives, District 41: REP. JIM NICKELS

State House of Representatives, District 44: JUDY RILEY

State House of Representatives, District 46: KYLE OSBORNE

Little Rock City Director, Position 8: DEAN KUMPURIS

Little Rock City Director, Position 10: ROBERT WEBB

North Little Rock Mayor: JOE SMITH

Pulaski County Justice of the Peace, District 2: TYLER DENTON

Pulaski County Justice of the Peace, District 3: KATHY LEWISON

Pulaski County Justice of the Peace, District 4: JULIE BLACKWOOD

Pulaski County Justice of the Peace, District 5: LILLIE McMULLEN

Pulaski County Justice of the Peace, District 11: SUZETTE McNEELY

Pulaski County Justice of the Peace, District 13: JANE GRAY-TODD

Pulaski County Justice of the Peace, District 14: CHARLES ROBERSON

Pulaski County Justice of the Peace, District 15: STEVE WALDEN

Constable, Big Rock Township: MIKE GRAVES

Constable, Hill Township: REV. J.D. HOLLOMAN

An emphatic NO: Issue No. 2. It's yet another scheme to divert public money to private developers.

All the candidates we endorse are Democrats or independents. So low has the Republican Party sunk that anyone running under its banner is suspect. A clean Lake Maumelle might not survive a Republican majority on the Pulaski County Quorum Court (the JP's). Early voting starts Monday, Oct. 22.

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