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Filing period closesGretchen Hunt
The filing period for the May 18 Primary Election ended Monday with several races developing for local, state and national offices.
Local races are as follows:
Those filing for committeeman/delegate are as follows:
Democratic Committemen - Tina Stowers, Craig Stone, Mary Freeman, Patricia Whitmire, Ray Moseley, Dorothy Moseley, Betty L. Johnson, J.D. Johnson, Kendell Snedeker, Glendal Floyd, Carlene Floyd, Boyce Dixon, L. Robert Combs, Billie Gail Dunlap, Tommy Dunlap, Don R. House, Jesse Dean Pulliam, Mary Jane House, Patsy Dixon and Alfred L. Whitmire.
Democratic Delegates - Tina Stowers, Craig Stone, Mary Freeman, Patricia Whitmire, Ray Moseley, Betty L. Johnson, J.D. Johnson, Kendell Snedeker, Billie Gail Dunlap, Tommy Dunlap, Don R. House and Alfred L. Whitmire.
Republican Committeemen - Barbara L. Clark, Billy Killough, John M. Allen, Loretta W. Corbett, Larry E. Corbett, Kim Moseley, Michael. W. Brown, Joy Richardson, James H. Cline, Iona A. Cline, Debbie Spangler, James E. Spangler, Chad Moseley and Coty Powers.
Republican Delegates - Barbara L. Clark, John M. Allen, Loretta W. Corbett, Larry E. Corbett, Kim Moseley, Michael W. Brown, Joy Richardson, James H. Cline, Iona A. Cline, Debbie Spangler, James E. Spangler, Chad Moseley and Coty Powers.
Those running for state and federal offices completed their filing at the Secretary of State's office in Little Rock. Races for offices that have Lawrence County in their district include:
State Representative District 73 - Republican Chad Moseley of Walnut Ridge and Democrats Ronald Cavenaugh of Walnut Ridge, Blaine Davis of Hoxie and James Ratliff of Imboden.
U.S. Senate - Democrats U.S. Sen. Blanche Lambert Lincoln, Lt. Gov. Bill Halter and DC Morrison and Republicans Curtis Coleman, Fred Ramey, Cong. John Boozman, Sen. Kim Hendron, Conrad "Colonel" Reynolds, Sen. Gilbert Baker, Jim Holt and Randy Alexander.
U.S. Congress District 1 - Democrats Chad Causey, Terry G. Green, Tim Wooldridge, State Rep. David R. Cook, Ben Ponder, Sen. Steve Bryles and Republicans Rick Crawford and Princella D. Smith.
Unopposed candidates are: State Sen. Robert Thompson, Democrat, State Senate District 11; and Prosecuting Attorney Henry Boyce, Democrat, Prosecuting Attorney District 3.