Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Live Election Night Thread

We are posting this a few hours early so that word can get around it is out here. This is a place for YOU to post results as we get them and provide commentary on what they mean.

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18 Comments:

Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

One of the biggest questions up will be the power of the Democrat-Gazette to propel people to primary wins. Here is how THEY urge us to vote.....

For Kathy McFetridge in House District 93.

For Robert Vinson in House District 95.

For Bill Pritchard in Senate District 35.

For Gary Black as Benton County judge.

For Keith Ferguson as Benton County sheriff.

In the Democratic primary for attorney general, we rank a strong field in this order of preference: (1 ) Paul Suskie, (2 ) Dustin McDaniel, and (3 ) Robert Herzfeld.

In the Republican primary for Lieutenant Governor, Chuck Banks and Doug Matayo

In the Democratic primary for Lieutenant Governor, Tim Wooldridge

State Supreme Court, we like Donald L. Corbin and Paul Danielson

My guess is they will get their leftist wish less than half the time tonight.

2:11 PM, May 23, 2006  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Another issue that will be tested is the "NWA Alliance" in that Jon Woods has joined up with the Holt / Duggar tandem, and to some extent Bill Adams (Benton County Judge challenger) and Holt have joined forces(Current County Judge Gary Black early and openly backed Chuck Banks for Lt. Governor. Are they going in togetherm, out together, or will it be a mixed bag?

4:54 PM, May 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

precinct in Pulaski reports neither electronic machine worked- will go to paper.

5:42 PM, May 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First live report on a race: in mostly Democratic Pulaski County Precinct 65 the Republican Lt. Gov. Primary results are:

Holt 17
Banks 16
Matayo 1

6:26 PM, May 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

bad news, Corbin 65%

6:31 PM, May 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

holt 39 banks 38 matayo 23

9%

6:32 PM, May 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

prichard 60, duggar 40

mcfetridge 54 woods 46

halter 33 wooldrige 31 hathorn 23

6:34 PM, May 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saline County Early and Absentee Voting:
Matayo: 32 votes 9.64 %
Banks: 126 votes 37.95%
Holt: 174 votes 52.41%

6:39 PM, May 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

78 of 2,515 precincts reporting (3%)
Holt 1,139 54%
Banks 651 31%
Matayo 321 15%

7:00 PM, May 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

91 of 2,515 precincts reporting (4%)
Halter 7,464 34%
Wooldridge 6,978 32%
Hathorn 5,786 26%
Martin 1,817 8%

7:03 PM, May 23, 2006  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

124 of 2,515 precincts reporting (5%)
Holt 2,644 54%
Banks 1,418 29%
Matayo 822 17%

141 of 2,515 precincts reporting (6%)
Halter 9,646 35%
Wooldridge 8,638 31%
Hathorn 7,263 26%
Martin 2,286 8%

7:06 PM, May 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Attorney General Dem - Primary -- 182 of 2,515 precincts reporting (7%) McDaniel 13912 41.00%

Herzfeld 11209 33.00%

Suskie 8908 26.00%
Lieutenant Governor Dem - Primary -- 193 of 2,515 precincts reporting (8%) Halter 12354 36.00%

Wooldridge 10009 29.00%

Hathorn 9337 27.00%

Martin 2785 8.00%
Lieutenant Governor GOP - Primary -- 169 of 2,515 precincts reporting (7%) Holt 4144 57.00%

Banks 1893 26.00%

Matayo 1243 17.00%
Treasurer Dem - Primary -- 181 of 2,515 precincts reporting (7%) Shoffner 13639 42.00%

Campbell 12279 38.00%

House 6630 20.00%

7:08 PM, May 23, 2006  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

221 of 2,515 precincts reporting (9%)
Holt 4,698 58%
Banks 2,106 26%
Matayo 1,314 16%

239 of 2,515 precincts reporting (10%)
Halter 14,574 37%
Wooldridge 11,026 28%
Hathorn 10,586 27%
Martin 3,437 9%

7:17 PM, May 23, 2006  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

ch 4 site results - maximize window for them to line up better. These are different from the KATV results, they must have people stationed in different counties.

Lieutenant Governor Republican
7% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Jim Holt (R) 3,362 59%
Charles A. Banks (R) 1,429 25%
Douglas Jay Matayo (R) 951 17%
Lieutenant Governor Democrat
7% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Bill Halter (D) 10,102 37%
Tim Wooldridge (D) 8,009 29%
Mike Hathorn (D) 6,889 25%
Jay Martin (D) 2,236 8%
Attorney General
7% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Dustin McDaniel (D) 11,298 43%
Robert Herzfeld Jr. (D) 8,199 31%
Paul Suskie (D) 6,849 26%
Circuit Judge District 8-North, Division 1
58% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
William Randall Wright (N) 629 61%
Mark Gunter (N) 404 39%
Circuit Judge District 11-West, Division 2
10% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Wilson Bynum (N) 316 55%
Robert Wyatt, Jr. (N) 254 45%
Circuit Judge District 11-West, Division 5
13% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Jodi Raines Dennis (N) 440 51%
Waymond McShell Brown (N) 423 49%
Circuit Judge District 18-East, Division 4
51% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Marcia Renaud Hearnsberger (N) 3,862 52%
Latt Bachelor (N) 3,568 48%
Prosecuting Attorney District 11-West
11% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Steve B. Dalrymple (D) 503 58%
Buck Fikes (D) 359 42%
State Representative District 2 - Democrat
6% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Carolyn A. Coleman (D) 168 42%
Phillip W. Penny (D) 130 32%
Larry Cowling (D) 104 26%
State Representative District 2 - Republican
6% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Hoyt Johnson (R) 3 100%
Jaimie Crabtree (R) 0 0%
State Representative District 3
30% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
David "Bubba" Powers (D) 86 73%
Vhonda Murphy (D) 32 27%
State Representative District 23
0% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Cleta Cooper (D) 30 43%
Randy W. Stewart (D) 26 37%
Damon Lewis Daniels (D) 14 20%
State Representative District 25
48% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Gene Shelby (D) 1,311 56%
Burt Newell (D) 1,023 44%
State Representative District 53
30% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Denny Sumpter (D) 410 58%
Basil L. Joiner (D) 293 42%
State Representative District 56
20% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Ronald Joe Rennicke (D) 70 84%
Jimmy L. Carter (D) 7 8%
Larry (Buddy) Lovell (D) 6 7%
Justin Blaxton (D) 0 0%
State Representative District 60
64% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
John M. Hoyt (D) 2,654 68%
Bill Hubbard (D) 1,262 32%
State Senate District 11
14% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Robert F. Thompson (D) 2,698 64%
Gary A. Biggs (D) 1,545 36%
State Senate District 16
20% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Jack B. Crumbly (D) 1,368 36%
Alvin Simes (D) 1,300 35%
Arnell Willis (D) 1,097 29%
State Senate District 18
10% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Robert W. Johnson (D) 1,254 68%
Keith Linn (D) 584 32%
State Supreme Court Assoc. Justice - Position 2
7% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Donald Corbin (N) 17,885 66%
Roger Harrod (N) 9,316 34%
State Supreme Court Assoc. Justice - Position 5
7% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Paul E. Danielson (N) 14,237 52%
Wendell L. Griffen (N) 13,385 48%
State Treasurer
7% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Martha A. Shoffner (D) 10,926 42%
Mac Campbell (D) 9,450 37%
Don R. House (D) 5,379 21%
U.S. Congress District 2
2% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Andy Mayberry (R) 321 84%
Tom Formicola (R) 62 16%

7:22 PM, May 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AW main page "Live updates" link takes you to KATV, if you want another view go to

http://www.kark.com/elections.asp for the channel 4 take on it.

7:24 PM, May 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

maximize comment section


Lieutenant Governor Dem - Primary -- 307 of 2,515 precincts reporting (12%)
Halter 17,826 36%
Wooldridge 13,437 27%
Hathorn 13,431 27%
Martin 5,308 11%
Lieutenant Governor GOP - Primary -- 290 of 2,515 precincts reporting (12%)
Holt 5,115 59%
Banks 2,224 26%
Matayo 1,376 16%

7:34 PM, May 23, 2006  
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