April 2, 2008 Edition

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Additional filings reported

The Arkansas Secretary of State was the filing place for several offices in May's Preferential Primary, including state representative positions.

Lawrence County is part of District 73, which is currently represented by J.R. Rogers of Walnut Ridge, who is a Democrat. He will face a challenger in the fall, as Chad Moseley, a Republican, also of Walnut Ridge, has filed for the position, as well. Neither candidate has an opponent in the primary.

Congressman Marion Berry and U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor also filed for re-election at Little Rock. Neither have a challenger.

Judicial races

May's election will also include judicial elections, which are non-partisan. A race developed for the Lawrence County district judge seat. Judge Larry Hayes, incumbent, of Walnut Ridge will face challenger Vickie Warner of Saffell.

The three incumbent circuit judges in District 3, which includes Lawrence County, are all running unopposed. They are: Judge Harold S. Erwin, division 01; Judge Phil Smith, division 02; and Judge Kevin N. King, division 03.

Preferential primary filings from the Lawrence County Clerk's office were reported in a previous edition of The Times Dispatch.

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