Thursday, August 03, 2006

State House Races Line Up

Your chance to talk about the state house races which are listed in the comments section.

(Click "Thursday" below for list of state house races)

10 Comments:

Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

District 2

Larry Cowling upended Carolyn Coleman in a razor close runoff for the Democratic slot. He faces Republican Hoyt Johnson

District 3

Democrat Bubba Powers faces Evelyn Bradford down in Hempstead County

District 6

El Dorado has one of the more interesting match ups. John Lowery is the former chairman of the Republican County Committee, but won a state-rep seat as a Democrat. He was latter defeated in an attempt to run for state senate. His Republican opponent is a black Republican named Alphonso Nation. The black vote that makes up about 40% of the vote in El Dorado has invariably voted Democrat. The white population is split evenly.

District 18

Democrat Toni Bradford faces Republican Justice Ted Harden in this rural south central district.

District 19 Bobby Joe Pierce (Democrat) vs David Workman ®

District 20 Johnny Roebuck vs. Paul Laubach in Clark County

District 23 Randy Stewart had to win in a runoff to compete against Mitch Leavins in Pike County

District 25 Sharon Wisener Noble (Republican) vs Gene Shelby (D) face off in this Garland County Contest.

District 27 Dawn Creekmore faces Arthur C. Copeland (Republican)

District 28 Lamont Cornwell vs. Kim Hammer in Benton and Malvern area.

District 30 Ginna Watson (D) vs Bill Sample ®

District 40 Chad Green- R vs. Barry Hyde – D

District 47 Ed Hawkins D vs. Cody Hiland – R

049 Ricky Thomas R takes on incumbent Randy Pate in rural White County

053 Rep. Denny Sumpter had to win a primary to face R Ray Nassar in Crittenden County

057 D Jerry Brown vs. Republican Carol Hess in rural Cross and Woodruff Counties

059 D Lance Reynolds vs. R Charles Tamburo

060 William G Seliskar (Republican) vs. D John Hoyt

065 Tracy Pennartz (Democrat) vs. Michael "Mike" David Helm (Republican)

067 Steven L. Breedlove (Democrat) vs. David Purifoy (Republican)

073 R- Chad Moseley vs. Representative J. R. Rogers (Democrat) in Lawrence County

075 This Jonesboro race is one the GOP could win. Billie Sue Hoggard (Republican) vs Joan Cash

076 Holland Ray Kidd (Democrat) takes on a Craighead County Holt (Byron).

077 Bruce Young –R vs. Charlotte Wagner D in Mississippi County

086 Representative Monty Davenport (Democrat) vs Kelley Linck in Marion County

087 Republican Mark Martin faces Independent Jimmy Johnson Junior,

088 State Representative Marilyn Edwards (Democrat) vs. Amanda LaRell Hart

089 Jimmy House D vs. Doug Kunz R in east Washington County

090 Edward J. Yancey (Democrat) vs Rep. Roy Ragland-R in very rural Madison and Newton Counties

091 Democrat Merlin Leach vs. Bryan King- R

092 Rep. Lindsley Smith (Democrat) vs. Cephus Richard – R

095 Republican Aaron Burkes faces the troubled ex-democratic chair of Benton County Robin Tummey.

098 Carol Westby opposes the other Hutchinson on the ballot- Donna Jean Hutchinson (Republican)

8:29 PM, August 03, 2006  
Blogger Jason Lovewell said...

It looks good for us down here in House District 2 , Hoyt was an extremly popular mayor, that can bring people across party lines. Larry Cowling really has no experience never been elected to anything, Cowling raised alot of money in the primary , but reports spending most of it to beat coleman, over $15,000, serious money for district 2, I think we have an excellant shot at picking up this seat , which has never been held by a Republican, if you guys get a chance check out Hoyts website WWW.JohnsonforArkansas.com

10:35 PM, August 03, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

34 out of 100 races are contested. not good, but better than I thought it would be. in a few races though, the opposition is not serious.

6:02 AM, August 04, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HAHA. you guys are screwed.

8:05 AM, August 04, 2006  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

By "you guys" I presume you mean the people of Arkansas, since that number was not a reference to the number of seats where Republicans are challenging Democrats but rather a count of the number of seats that are even contested by anyone including Democrats challenging a GOP incumbent.

It includes situations like Republican Representative Roy Ragland drawing opposition from a Democrat and Republican Mark Martin drawing an Independent opponent in "Triple J" Jimmy Johnson Jr.

8:51 AM, August 04, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the GOP has a good chance in 90, 95, 98, 75, 76, 67, 59, 28, 18, and 2. Six is interesting and there is no telling who will win. If a GOP incumbent is in danger anywhere it would be 87 or 90.

8:57 AM, August 04, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LeRoy Hart has no chance.

9:37 AM, August 04, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

folks just come here to read I guess. the site gets over 100 unique visitors a day but this thread gets 3 comments. I was hoping this thread would have lots of comments.

5:31 AM, August 05, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the thread got pushed down to far before people could read it

7:24 PM, August 05, 2006  
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