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Arkansas Secretary of State, Elections
1998 Arkansas Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Filing Deadline: March 31 , Primary: May 19, Run Off: June 9,
Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties
Governor, Jim Guy Tucker (D) convicted (60% in '94), 1st Term, assumed office 7/15/96
Stu Rothenberg's prediction: Safe Republican, Campaign & Election's prediction: Republican favored 1:3, D.C.'s Report's prediction: 77% Republican
attorney Bill Bristow (D), Lt. Gov. Mike Huckabee (R), Ret. Nat'l Guard Col. Gene McVay, ex-attorney Keith Carle (Rfm),
Lt. Governor, Mike Huckabee (R) became gov.
psychiatrist James "Kurt" Dilday (D) Winthrop Paul Rockefeller (R)
Attorney General, Winston Bryant (D) ran for Senate,
ex-St. Rep. Mark Pryor (D) Pine Bluff prosecutor Betty Dickey (R)
Secretary of State
Sharon Priest (D) teacher Rose Bryant Jones (R)
Treasurer
Jimmie Lou Fisher (D) No Republican
Auditor
Gus Wingfield (D) No Republican
Land Commissioner
Charlie Daniels (D) No Republican
Senator, 60.2% in '92, Dale Bumpers (D) Retiring after 4th term
Stu Rothenberg's prediction: Leans Democrat, Charles Cook's prediction: Toss Up, Roll Call's prediction: Toss Up, Campaign & Election's prediction: Democrat favored 2:3, D.C.'s Report's prediction: 64% Democrat
ex-U.S. Rep. Blanche Lambert Lincoln (D), 1996 nominee / Att. Gen. Winston Bryant (D), ex-Lt. Gov. Cand. Nate Coulter (D), St. Rep. Scott Ferguson (D), St. Sen. Fay Boozman (R), ex-Little Rock Mayor Tom Prince (R), Disabled Bricklayer Charley E. Heffley (Rfm),
1st Cong. District, 52.8% in '96, 1st Term
Roll Call's prediction: Safe Democrat, Campaign & Election's prediction: Democrat favored 1:4, D.C.'s Report's prediction: 100% Democrat
Marion Barry (D) No Republican
2nd Cong. District, 52.3% in '96, 1st Term
Roll Call's prediction: Leans Democrat, Campaign & Election's prediction: Democrat favored 2:3, D.C.'s Report's prediction: 50% Democrat
Vic Snyder (D) St. Sen. Phil Wyrick (R)
3rd Cong. District, 55.7% in '96, 1st Term
Roll Call's prediction: Safe Republican, Campaign & Election's prediction: Republican favored 1:6, D.C.'s Report's prediction: 100% Republican
No Democrat Asa Hutchinson (R) Ex-American Nazi Party Leader, Pastor & Perennial Candidate Ralph Forbes (Rfm)
4th Cong. District, 63.5% in '96, 3rd term
Roll Call's prediction: Likely Republican, Campaign & Election's prediction: Republican favored 1:3, D.C.'s Report's prediction: 77% Republican
St. Rep. Judy Smith (D) Jay Dickey (R)
Senate Run-Off
Senator, 60.2% in '92, Dale Bumpers (D) Retiring after 4th term
Stu Rothenberg's prediction: Leans Democrat, Charles Cook's prediction: Toss Up, Roll Call's prediction: Toss Up, Campaign & Election's prediction: Democrat favored 2:3, D.C.'s Report's prediction: 64% Democrat
ex-U.S. Rep. Blanche Lambert Lincoln (D), 1996 nominee / Att. Gen. Winston Bryant (D), St. Sen. Fay Boozman (R), Disabled Bricklayer Charley E. Heffley (Rfm),

1. Key to Predictions: Roll Call,
The Cook Political Report,
The Rothenberg Political Report,
Campaign & Election Magazine,
D.C.'s Political Report

2. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

3. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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