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Arkansas State Senate & House of Representatives 2020 ballot

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ARKANSAS (KNWA) — The Arkansas State Senate (17 seats) & Arkansas House of Representatives (100 seats) general election is on November 3, 2020. The primary is on March 3, 2020, and a primary runoff is on March 31, 2020.

STATE SENATE

District 1: Democrat Ronetta Francis and Republican Bart Hester (incumbent).

District 2: Democrat Ryan Craig and Republican Jim Hendren (incumbent).

District 7: Republican Lance Eads (incumbent).

STATE HOUSE:

District 21: Republican Jim Reynolds and Republican Marcus Richmond (incumbent)

District 69: Republican Aaron Pilkington

District 74: Democrat June Anteski, Republican Shawn Bates, Republican Curtis Varnell, Republican Jon Eubanks (incumbent)

District 75: Republican Lee Johnson (incumbent)

District 76: Democrat Caleb Harwell, Republican Cindy Crawford (incumbent)

District 77: Libertarian Stephen Edwards, Republican Justin Boyd (incumbent)

District 78: Democrat Jay Richardson (incumbent)

District 79: Republican Gary Deffenbaugh (incumbent)

District 80: Democrat Lou Reed Sharp and Republican Charlene Fite (incumbent)

District 81: Republican Bruce Coleman (incumbent)

District 82: Democrat Gwen Ford Faulkenberry, Republican Mark Berry, Republican Sarah Capp is not seeking re-election, running for a judgeship

District 84: Democrat Denise Garner

District 85: Democrat David Whitaker (incumbent) and Republican Brian Hester

District 86: Democrat Nicole Clowney (incumbent) and Republican John S. LaTour

District 87: Democrat Michael Bennett-Spears and Republican Robin Lundstrum (incumbent)

District 88: Democrat Hawley Woods and Republican Clint Penzo (incumbent)

District 89: Democrat Megan Godfrey (incumbent) and Republican Jed Duggar

District 90: Democrat Kelly Krout, Republican Chris Latimer, Republican Kerndon Underwood, Republican Jana Della Rosa (incumbent)

District 91: Democrat Nick Jones, Republican Jorge Becker, Republican Delia Haak, Republican Scott Richardson

District 92: Republican Gayla H. McKenzie

District 93: Democrat Daisy Bonilla and Republican Jim Dotson (incumbent)

District 94: Democrat Jene Huffman-Gilreath, Republican John Carr, Republican Adrienne Woods

District 95: Republican Austin McCollum

District 96: Democrat Jon Comstock and Republican Joshua Bryant

District 97: Democrat Suzie Bell and Republican Harlan Breaux (incumbent)

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