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The Arkansas Democratic gubernatorial candidate joined Tamron Hall on MSNBC to discuss his plan to address domestic violence.
Backers now have until August 18 to gather 15,107 more signatures to make the November ballot.
The candidates for governor discuss the issues in Springdale and Eureka Springs.
"Let Local Communities Decide for Themselves" writes letter to Secretary of State's Office asking if the proposal met the filing deadline.
The proposal requires an additional 17,133 verified signatures to reach the 78,133 needed to be placed on the general election ballot.
Mark Stodola says he'll seek re-election in November.
The measure seeking to increase the wage meets initial signature count requirement.
The GOP candidate is proposing more open markets for Arkansas’s agricultural and manufacturing products.
It also calls for tougher sentences for repeat offenders.
The Republican challenger brought in $2.28M campared to the incumbent's $1.5M.
Josh Drake, Frank Gilbert, Asa Hutchinson and Mike Ross square off on the issues.
The debates are part of the summer convention of the Arkansas Press Association.
The race for U.S. Senate sees its camps ratchet it up a notch with new campaign ads that trend more personal than the Natural State is used to seeing.
Sen. Mark Pryor and his opponent Rep. Tom Cotton launch new television ads.
Organizers say 20,956 signatures were submitted for Craighead County, and 25,917 signatures for Saline County.
David Pryor and Barbara Pryor will be stumping for their son while the U.S. Senate is in session.
Two proposals, one for medical marijuana and the other for recreational use of marijuana failed to get enough signatures.
Mark Pryor is responding to opponent Tom Cotton's comment “Mark Pryor think(s) that faith is something that only happens at 11 o’clock on Sunday mornings.”
Bobby Jindal takes part in candidate's Fort Smith fundraiser Monday.
Arkansans for Compassionate Care hopes to get 62,507 signatures by July 7, but the group is having trouble.