Saturday, October 23, 2021

#ARPostMortem: A Look At Your 2011-2012 State House

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I’m going to list them in order by district, with any seats that changed parties listed in italics. For reference purposes, a map of the congressional districts is at the bottom of the post.

  1. Mary “Prissy” Hickerson (R)
  2. Larry Cowling (D-Incumbent)
  3. David “Bubba” Powers (D-Incumbent)
  4. Lane Jean (R)
  5. David Fielding (D)
  6. Matthew Shepherd (R)
  7. Garry Smith (D-Incumbent)
  8. Jeff Wardlaw (D)
  9. Eddie Cheatham (D-Incumbent)
  10. Sheilla Lampkin (D)
  11. Efrem Elliott (D)
  12. Robert Moore (D-Incumbent)
  13. Clark Hall (D-Incumbent)
  14. Tiffany Rogers (D-Incumbent)
  15. Walls McCrary (D-Incumbent)
  16. James Word (D-Incumbent)
  17. Hank Wilkins IV (D-Incumbent)
  18. Toni Bradford (D-Incumbent)
  19. Bobby Pierce (D-Incumbent)
  20. Johnnie Roebuck (D-Incumbent)
  21. Nate Steel (D-Incumbent)
  22. Nate Bell (R)
  23. Randy Stewart (D-Incumbent)
  24. Keith Crass (R)*
  25. John Vines (D)
  26. Loy Mauch (R)
  27. Andy Mayberry (R)
  28. Kim Hammer (R — Defeated incumbent)
  29. Ann Clemmer (R-Incumbent)
  30. Bruce Westerman (R)
  31. David J. Sanders (R)
  32. Allen Kerr (R-Incumbent)
  33. Fred Allen (D-Incumbent)
  34. John Walker (D)
  35. Fred Love (D)
  36. Darrin Williams (D-Incumbent)
  37. Kathy Webb (D-Incumbent)
  38. John Edwards (D-Incumbent)
  39. Tracy Steele (D)
  40. Barry Hyde (D-Incumbent)
  41. Ed Garner (R-Incumbent)
  42. Jane English (R-Incumbent)
  43. Jim Nickels (D-Incumbent)
  44. Mark Perry (D-Incumbent)
  45. Linda Tyler (D-Incumbent)
  46. David Meeks (R)
  47. Stephen Meeks (R — Defeated incumbent)
  48. Davy Carter (R-Incumbent)
  49. Jeremy Gillam (R)
  50. Mark Biviano (R — Defeated incumbent)
  51. Marshall Wright (D)**
  52. Reginald Murdock (D)
  53. Keith Ingram (D-Incumbent)**
  54. Fred Smith (D)**
  55. Tommie Lee Baker (D-Incumbent)
  56. Buddy Lovell (D-Incumbent)
  57. Jerry Brown (D-Incumbent)
  58. Jody Dickinson (D-Incumbent)
  59. Josh Johnston (R)
  60. Tommy Thompson (D)
  61. John Catlett (D)
  62. Terry Rice (R-Incumbent)
  63. Denny Altes (R)
  64. Stephanie Malone (R-Incumbent)
  65. Tracy Pennartz (D-Incumbent)
  66. Garry Deffenbaugh (R)**
  67. Gary Stubblefield (R — Defeated incumbent)
  68. Andrea Lea (R-Incumbent)
  69. George Overbey (D-Incumbent)
  70. Robert Dale (R-Incumbent)
  71. Tommy Wren (D)
  72. James McLean (D-Incumbent)
  73. James Ratliff (D)
  74. Butch Wilkins (D-Incumbent)
  75. Jon Hubbard (R — Defeated incumbent)
  76. Homer Lenderman (D)
  77. Charlotte Wagner (D-Incumbent)
  78. Billy Gaskill (D-Incumbent)
  79. Mike Patterson (D-Incumbent)
  80. Linda Collins-Smith (D)
  81. Karen Hopper (R-Incumbent)
  82. Lori Benedict (R)
  83. Leslie Milam Post (D)
  84. Jon Eubanks (R)
  85. John Burris (R-Incumbent)
  86. Kelley Linck (R)
  87. Justin Harris (R)
  88. Uvalde Lindsey (D-Incumbent)
  89. Charlie Collins (R — Defeated incumbent)**
  90. David Branscum (R)
  91. Bryan King (R-Incumbent)
  92. Greg Leding (D)
  93. Jon Woods (R-Incumbent)
  94. Skip Carnine (R-Incumbent)
  95. Duncan Baird (R-Incumbent)
  96. Debra Hobbs (R-Incumbent)
  97. Jonathan Barnett (R-Incumbent)
  98. Donna Hutchinson (R-Incumbent)
  99. Tim Summers (R-Incumbent)
  100. Mary Slinkard (R-Incumbent)

* Keith Crass passed away last week, and there will be a special election to fill this seat.
** Unconfirmed projection based on various sources.

Based on these projections, I have the Republicans gaining 16 seats, putting the Arkansas House total at 45 Republicans and 55 Democrats.

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