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2022 Arkansas Primary

Arkansas’ primary election will take place on May 24, 2022. Return to this page on Election Day for the latest results after polls close at 7:30 p.m.

Important notes:

Polls are open on Election Day in Arkansas from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

In Arkansas, party affiliation is optional for voters. Voters are given the option to affiliate or not to affiliate with a political party on their voter registration form. All voters may choose which party ballot they will vote on (in case of a runoff, only voters of the affiliated party will be able to vote in the race).

All voters can vote on:

  • Constitutional amendments
  • Ballot questions
  • Any special election contests held at the same time as a primary election

You can find polling locations here.

File a complaint with the Arkansas State Board of Election Commissioners here.

Download the 5NEWS App to stay updated on all the races on election night.

Results updated every 2 minutes or less (some races may update less frequently).

* Indicates an incumbent

Governor GOP

Precincts: 2,522 / 2,548 (99% reporting)
Sarah Sanders (R)
83%
83%
288,813
Francis "Doc" Washburn (R)
17%
17%
58,568

Governor Democratic

Precincts: 2,522 / 2,548 (99% reporting)
Chris Jones (D)
70%
70%
66,443
Anthony "Tony" Bland (D)
10%
10%
9,010
Jay Martin (D)
8%
8%
7,707
James "Rus" Russell, III (D)
7%
7%
6,403
Supha Xayprasith-Mays (D)
5%
5%
4,716

Lt. Governor GOP

Precincts: 2,522 / 2,548 (99% reporting)
Att. Gen. Leslie Rutledge (R)
54%
54%
183,602
Senator Jason Rapert (R)
15%
15%
50,006
Greg Bledsoe (R)
10%
10%
33,681
Judge Joseph Wood (R)
9%
9%
29,241
Doyle Webb (R)
7%
7%
23,156
Chris Bequette (R)
6%
6%
20,390

Attorney General GOP

Precincts: 2,522 / 2,548 (99% reporting)
Lt. Governor Tim Griffin (R)
85%
85%
285,815
Leon Jones Jr. (R)
15%
15%
48,935

Secretary of State GOP

Precincts: 2,522 / 2,548 (99% reporting)
Sec. State John Thurston (R)
72%
72%
236,635
Eddie Joe Williams (R)
28%
28%
91,584

Secretary of State Democratic

Precincts: 2,522 / 2,548 (99% reporting)
Anna Beth Gorman (D)
59%
59%
52,642
Josh Price (D)
41%
41%
37,202

State Treasurer GOP

Precincts: 2,522 / 2,548 (99% reporting)
State Rep. Mark Lowery (R)
75%
75%
239,015
Senator Mathew Pitsch (R)
25%
25%
80,461

State Rep. Dist. 11 GOP

Precincts: 15 / 16 (94% reporting)
Rebecca Burkes (R)
79%
79%
1,264
Robert Fair (R)
21%
21%
344

State Rep. Dist. 12 GOP

Precincts: 18 / 19 (95% reporting)
Hope Duke (R)
43%
43%
2,051
Jay Oliphant (R)
35%
35%
1,674
Jason Maxwell (R)
23%
23%
1,091

State Rep. Dist. 13 GOP

Precincts: 11 / 12 (92% reporting)
Denise Bugos (R)
37%
37%
763
R. Scott Richardson (R)
34%
34%
692
Council Mem. Aubrey Patterson (R)
21%
21%
430
Gregory Payne (R)
8%
8%
173

State Rep. Dist. 18 Democratic

Precincts: 38 / 39 (97% reporting)
Monique Jones (D)
87%
87%
720
Hunter Vick (D)
13%
13%
109

State Rep. Dist. 22 GOP

Precincts: 20 / 21 (95% reporting)
Brian Hester (R)
69%
69%
1,422
Don McNaughton (R)
31%
31%
627

State Rep. Dist. 23 GOP

Precincts: 41 / 42 (98% reporting)
Kendra Moore (R)
47%
47%
1,702
Jim Wilson (R)
30%
30%
1,068
Byron Suggs (R)
23%
23%
843

State Rep. Dist. 24 GOP

Precincts: 15 / 16 (94% reporting)
State Rep. Charlene Fite (R)
63%
63%
3,164
Christie Robertson (R)
37%
37%
1,829

State Rep. Dist. 25 GOP

Precincts: 37 / 38 (97% reporting)
Chad Puryear (R)
50%
50%
2,209
Jody Harris (R)
50%
50%
2,203

State Rep. Dist. 46 GOP

Precincts: 58 / 59 (98% reporting)
State Rep. Jon Eubanks (R)
69%
69%
3,676
Shawn Bates (R)
31%
31%
1,627

State Rep. Dist. 47 GOP

Precincts: 84 / 85 (99% reporting)
Lee Johnson (R)
56%
56%
3,137
Wade Dunn (R)
44%
44%
2,436

State Rep. Dist. 48 GOP

Precincts: 11 / 12 (92% reporting)
Ryan Rose (R)
56%
56%
1,931
Max Blake (R)
44%
44%
1,506

State Rep. Dist. 50 GOP

Precincts: 24 / 25 (96% reporting)
Zack Gramlich (R)
71%
71%
2,150
Jim Medley (R)
29%
29%
866

State Rep. Dist. 52 GOP

Precincts: 62 / 63 (98% reporting)
State Rep. Marcus Richmond (R)
43%
43%
2,117
Mike Jones (R)
30%
30%
1,491
Greg Bland (R)
27%
27%
1,344

State Sen. Dist. 26 GOP

Precincts: 130 / 132 (98% reporting)
Senator Gary Stubblefield (R)
68%
68%
9,639
Roy Hester (R)
32%
32%
4,487

State Sen. Dist. 27 GOP

Precincts: 82 / 83 (99% reporting)
Justin Boyd (R)
70%
70%
4,865
Kelly Procter Pierce (R)
30%
30%
2,043

State Sen. Dist. 28 GOP

Precincts: 59 / 60 (98% reporting)
Bryan King (R)
32%
32%
4,854
Senator Bob Ballinger (R)
29%
29%
4,459
Rep. Keith Slape (R)
19%
19%
2,936
Robert "Bob" Largent (R)
10%
10%
1,577
Theodore "Ted" Walker (R)
10%
10%
1,457

State Sen. Dist. 29 GOP

Precincts: 57 / 58 (98% reporting)
Jim Petty (R)
66%
66%
8,007
Warren Robertson (R)
34%
34%
4,091

State Sen. Dist. 31 GOP

Precincts: 57 / 58 (98% reporting)
Rep. Clint Penzo (R)
61%
61%
3,381
Andrew Thompson (R)
29%
29%
1,584
Paul Colvin, Jr. (R)
10%
10%
556

State Sen. Dist. 32 GOP

Precincts: 38 / 39 (97% reporting)
State Rep. Joshua Bryant (R)
67%
67%
4,908
Jim Tull (R)
33%
33%
2,408

State Sen. Dist. 34 GOP

Precincts: 39 / 40 (98% reporting)
State Rep. Jim Dotson (R)
66%
66%
6,240
Mayor Peter Christie (R)
34%
34%
3,153

State Sen. Dist. 35 GOP

Precincts: 75 / 76 (99% reporting)
Tyler Dees (R)
46%
46%
4,291
State Rep. Gayla Hendren McKenzie (R)
34%
34%
3,158
Jeff Tennant (R)
21%
21%
1,932

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