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Arkansas Secretary of State, Elections
2000 Arkansas Democratic Presidential Primary Results
May 23, 2000
Al Gore 78.6%
Lyndon LaRouche 22.4%
2000 Arkansas Republican Presidential Primary Results
May 23, 2000
George W. Bush 80.2%
Alan Keyes 19.8%

2000 Arkansas Congressional Primary Results
May 23, 2000
1st Congressional District
Marion Barry (D) chiropractor Susan Myshka (R) 64.0%, businessman Jason Sutfin (R) 36.0%, George Moody (I)
2nd Congressional District
Vic Snyder (D) businessman Rob Thomas (R) 58.7%, ex-Gov. aide / attorney Rod Martin (R) 41.3%,
3rd Congressional District
No Democrat Asa Hutchinson (R) James Ackerman (L)?,
4th Congressional District
ex-television reporter Dewayne Graham (D) 22.4%, St. Sen. Mike Ross (D) 43.7%, ex-St. Rep. / '98 nominee Judy Smith (D) 21.8%, Congressional aide Bruce Carleton Harris (D) 11.7%, Jay Dickey (R),
2000 Arkansas Congressional Run-Off Results
June 13, 2000
4th Congressional District
St. Sen. Mike Ross (D) 58.8%, ex-television reporter Dewayne Graham (D) 41.2%, Jay Dickey (R),

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

2. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party


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