2018 Arkansas elections
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|Elections in Arkansas|
A general election was held in the U.S. state of Arkansas on November 6, 2018. All of Arkansas' executive officers will be up for election as well as all of Arkansas' four seats in the United States House of Representatives. Primaries were held on May 22, 2018. Polls will be open from 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM CST.
- Republican Candidates
Mark West, former bi-vocational pastor, is running for election. West previously ran for US Congress in 2016
Dr. Anthony Bland (D), a media technician, small business owner, and ordained Baptist minister is currently running for election.
Frank Gilbert (L) Former Mayor of Tull, AR and former Constable and Coroner in Grant County. Previously ran for Arkansas Governor in 2014 and Arkansas Senate in 2016, and is currently running for Lieutenant Governor.
Mike Lee (D) is running for election.
Kerry Hicks (L) former candidate for US Congress in 2016 is running for Attorney General
Secretary of State
- Democratic Candidate
- Susan Inman, former Director of Elections.
- Republican primary
- Republican Candidate
- Libertarian Candidate
Christopher Olsen (L) Previous candidate for Lt. Governor and State Representative, is currently running for Secretary of State.
|Republican||Dennis Milligan (incumbent)||611,189||70.89|
David E. Dinwiddie (L) Former candidate for State Senate and former write in candidate for Governor is currently running for Auditor of State.
Commissioner of State Lands
- Democratic candidate
- Larry Williams
- Republican candidate
- Libertarian candidate
- T.J. Campbell, real estate agent from Bentonville
United States House of Representatives
All of Arkansas' four seats in the United States House of Representatives are up for election in 2018.
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- Candidates at Vote Smart
- Candidates at Ballotpedia
- Campaign finance at National Institute on Money in State Politics
- Official Lieutenant Governor campaign websites
- Official Attorney General campaign websites
- Official Secretary of State campaign websites
- Official State Treasurer campaign websites
- Official Commissioner of State Lands campaign websites