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When Arkansas voters head to the polls in November, they may not only decide if every county in the state can sell alcohol, but in the eyes of some, the future authority of local governments.
Nexstar Broadcasting will host the first statewide Arkansas Gubernatorial debate on Friday, September 19 at 7:00 p.m. from KARK-TV’s Little Rock studios.
Ella Beth featured in ad about his plans for more advanced computer science courses in high schools.
Democrats are pointing to increased voter registration efforts to help Mark Pryor (D) hold on to his seat in the Senate against Tom Cotton.
A new poll from NBC News/Marist shows Republican Senate candidate Tom Cotton and GOP Gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson have opened up leads in their respective races.
Democrat Candidate for Lieutenant Governor rolled out his plan for education today.
Give Arkansas a Raise Now seeks to raise the state's minimum wage to $8.50 in 3 years.
Polling website Rasmussen Reports says its latest statewide telephone survey consisted of 750 Likely Arkansas Voters.
A survey done by Rasmussen Reports website finds that Democrat Mark Pryor holds a narrow lead over Republican Tom Cotton in the race for U.S. Senate.
Democratic candidate promises support for veterans in proposed plan.
The initiative needs 62,507 verified signatures to make the November 4 ballot.
The Republican nominee released the ad on Monday that stars his granddaughter.
Group presents arguments to the Arkansas Supreme Court.
Democratic candidate for Arkansas governor says his proposal aims to support, protect and empower the state's seniors.
Republican challenger for Mark Pryor's U.S. Senate seat tells group about his support for the VA funding bill.
Public Policy Polling's newest Arkansas poll continues to find an incredibly tight race for the Senate.
RollCall.com releases “10 Most Vulnerable Senators” list.
Democrat running for 2nd District congressional seat reveals "5 First Steps To Cut Washington’s Wasteful Spending."
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.