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Early voting starts Monday. Need to know who is running? Check out the list

Early voting starts Monday morning (Photo: MGN)

Starting at 8 a.m. Monday, early voting sites will allow Arkansans to start casting their votes in the Democratic and Republican primary elections. Check out who is running to represent you in the 2018 elections by reading the list below or visiting our content partner Talk Business & Politics.

The candidates:

FEDERAL OFFICES – 4 SEATS ON THE BALLOT

U.S. Congress – District 1

Rep. Rick Crawford – R (incumbent)

Chintan Desai – D

Elvis Presley – L

U.S. Congress – District 2

Rep. French Hill – R (incumbent)

Paul Spencer – D

Gwen Combs – D

Clarke Tucker – D

Jonathan Dunkley – D

Natashia Burch Hulsey – (write-in)

Joe Swafford – L

U.S. Congress – District 3

Rep. Steve Womack – R (incumbent)

Robb Ryerse – R

Joshua Mahony – D

Michael Kalagias – L

U.S. Congress – District 4

Rep. Bruce Westerman – R (incumbent)

Hayden Shamel – D

Michael Barrett – I

Lee McQueen – I

Tom Canada – L

Randy Caldwell – R

CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICES – 7 SEATS ON THE BALLOT

Governor

Gov. Asa Hutchinson – R (incumbent)

Jan Morgan – R

Mark West – L

Jared Henderson – D

Leticia Sanders – D

Lieutenant Governor

Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin – R (incumbent)

Anthony Bland – D

Frank Gilbert – L

Attorney General

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge – R (incumbent)

Kerry Hicks – L

Mike Lee – D

Secretary of State

Commissioner of State Lands John Thurston – R

State Rep. Trevor Drown – R

Susan Inman – D

Christopher Olson – L

Auditor of State

Auditor Andrea Lea – R (incumbent)

David Dinwiddie – L

Treasurer of State

Treasurer Dennis Milligan – R (incumbent)

Ashley Ewald – L

Commissioner of State Lands

Tommy Land – R

Larry Williams – D

T.J. Campbell – L

(Incumbent Land Commissioner John Thurston term-limited; running for Secretary of State post)



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