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Candidates 2016: U.S. House & Senate

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us-house-senate-candidates-2016UPDATE 11/8/16: Arkansas re-elected Senator John Boozman, as well as all its incumbent Representatives. Results are shown below.

Arkansas’ 2016 General Election candidates for U.S. Senate and House of Representatives are listed below. For your reference, incumbents are listed first and those not running are marked as such.

Our U.S. Senators serve staggered 6-year terms. Republican Senator Tom Cotton’s term expires January 3, 2021.

U.S. SENATE CANDIDATES
Republican: John Boozman (Incumbent) 59.18%
Democrat: Conner Eldridge 36.05%
Libertarian: Frank Gilbert
Write-In: Jason Tate

Our U.S. Representatives serve 2-year terms.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 1 CANDIDATES
Republican: Rick Crawford (Incumbent) 76.35%
Libertarian: Mark West 23.65%

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 2 CANDIDATES
Republican: French Hill (Incumbent) 58.36%
Democrat: Dianne Curry 36.81%
Libertarian: Chris Hayes 4.74%
Write-In: Charles Neely
Write-In: Mathew Wescott

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 3 CANDIDATES
Republican: Steve Womack (Incumbent) 75.34%
Libertarian: Steve Isaacson 24.66%

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 4 CANDIDATES
Republican: Bruce Westerman (Incumbent) 75.03%
Libertarian: Kerry Hicks 24.97%

Election results from Arkansas Secretary of State.