2006 Arkansas state elections
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Arkansas's 2006 state elections were held November 7, 2006. Primaries were held May 23 and runoffs, if necessary, were held June 13. Arkansas elected seven constitutional officers, 17 of 35 state senate seats, all 100 house seats and 28 district prosecuting attorneys, and voted on one constitutional amendment and one referred question. Non-partisan judicial elections were held the same day as the party primaries for four Supreme Court justices, four appeals circuit court judges, and eight district court judges.
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- Mike Beebe - Attorney General
- Jim Lendall (ran for Governor 2006 - former state representative)
- Rod Bryan (independent) - musician
- Bill Halter - former Social Security commissioner
- Tim Wooldridge - state senator, District 11
- Mike Hathorn - former state representative, Arkansas Rural Development Commissioner
- Jay Martin - state representative, North Little Rock
Halter came in first in the Democratic primary: 
|Lt. Governor - Democratic Primary|
Halter also won the run-off:
|Lt. Governor - Democratic Run-off|
- Jim Holt - state senator, District 35
- Charles "Chuck" Banks - former US Attorney
- Douglas Jay Matayo - state representative, Springdale
Holt won the primary:
|Lt. Governor - Republican Primary|
|Douglas Jay Matayo||11,837||18.8|
Secretary of State
- Charlie Daniels - incumbent
- Jim Lagrone - businessman, former Baptist pastor
- Ralph "Marty" Scully - retiree, former Teamster
- Dustin McDaniel - State Representative, District 75 (Jonesboro), former attorney.
- Paul Suskie - North Little Rock City Attorney, Afghanistan Conflict veteran.
- Robert Leo Herzfeld - Saline County Prosecutor.
McDaniel came in first:
|Attorney General - Democratic Primary|
|Robert Leo Herzfeld||80,437||29.6|
McDaniel also won the run-off, with exactly 87,000 votes:
|Attorney General - Democratic Run-off|
- Gunner DeLay - former state senator, attorney
Rebekah Kennedy - civil rights attorney and Public Relations chair for the Green Party of Arkansas
Auditor of State
- Jim Wood - incumbent
- Michael Bolzenius - advertising salesman
- Martha Shoffner - former state representative, 2002 auditor candidate
- Mac Campbell - tax attorney, former counsel to Senator Blanche Lincoln
- Don House - businessman, state representative (Walnut Ridge)
Shoffner lead solidly, but not enough to avoid a run-off:
|State Treasurer - Democratic Primary|
Shoffner won the run-off:
|State Treasurer - Democratic Run-off|
- Chris Morris - staffer for Governor Mike Huckabee
- Brock Carpenter - student, Hendrix College
Commissioner of State Lands
- Mark Wilcox - incumbent
- R. David Lewis - attorney
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Judicial elections are nonpartisan.
Four Supreme Court associate justices were up for reelection to eight-year terms.
- Donald Louis Corbin - incumbent
- Roger Harrod - Maumelle district court judge
|Supreme Court Position 2 Results||Votes
|Donald Louis Corbin||193,625||62.8|
- Paul Danielson - circuit judge for the 15th circuit
- Wendell Griffen - appeals judge, District 6
|Supreme Court Position 5 Results||Votes
- Annabelle Clinton Imber - incumbent. Uncontested for reelection.
- Robert Brown - incumbent. Uncontested for reelection.
Court of Appeals
Elections were held on primary election day for four appeals judges to new eight-year terms. All candidates stood unopposed and were reelected by acclamation:
- Judge John Pittman - District 1, Position 1
- Denzil Price Marshall - District 1, Position 2
- Judge Terry Crabtree - District 3, Position 2
- Judge Larry Vaught - District 6, Position 2
Elections were also held on primary election day for eight district court judges, for six-year terms. Necessary run-offs will be held with the general election.
- Judge John Mark Lindsay - District 4, Division 6
- Judge Ellen Brantley - District 6, Division 16, Subdistrict 6.2
- Judge Mackie Pierce - District 6, Division 17, Subdistrict 6.2
|District 2, Division 7, At-Large||Votes
|District 8-North, Division 1||Votes
|William Randal Wright||4,094||66|
|District 11-West, Division 2||Votes
|District 18-East, Division 4||Votes
|Judge Marcia Renaud Hearnsberger||6,884||53.9|
General Assembly Elections
17 senators are up for reelection to four-year terms.
|Arkansas State Senate||Members|
|Republican Held and Uncontested||8|
|Democratic Held and Uncontested||24|
All 100 House seats are up for re-election.
|Arkansas State House||Members|
- Constitutional Amendment 1
Amendment 1 would amend the Arkansas Constitution to lift prohibitions against gambling from bingos and lotteries conducted by authorized nonprofit organizations, such as churches or volunteer fire organizations.
- Referred Question 1
Question 1 would allow the state to issue no more than $250 million in bonds to finance the development of technology and facilities for state institutions of higher education.
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- ^ 2006 Preferential Primary and Non-Partisan Judicial General Election, Statewide Results by Contest, Lieutenant Governor - Democrat - Certified, found at Vote Naturally at the Arkansas Secretary of State's website. Accessed November 15, 2010.
- ^ 2006 General Primary Runoff, Statewide Results by Contest, Lieutenant Governor - Democrat - Certified, found at Vote Naturally at the Arkansas Secretary of State's website. Accessed November 15, 2010.
- ^ 2006 Preferential Primary and Non-Partisan Judicial General Election, Statewide Results by Contest, Lieutenant Governor - Republican - Certified, found at Vote Naturally at the Arkansas Secretary of State's website. Accessed November 15, 2010.
- ^ 2006 Preferential Primary and Non-Partisan Judicial General Election, Statewide Results by Contest, Attorney General - Democrat - Certified, found at Vote Naturally at the Arkansas Secretary of State's website. Accessed November 15, 2010.
- ^ 2006 General Primary Runoff Statewide Results by Contest, Attorney General - Democrat - Certified, found at Vote Naturally at the Arkansas Secretary of State's website. Accessed November 15, 2010.
- ^ 2006 Preferential Primary and Non-Partisan Judicial General Election, Statewide Results by Contest, State Treasurer - Democrat - Certified, found at Vote Naturally at the Arkansas Secretary of State's website. Accessed November 15, 2010.
- ^ 2006 General Primary Runoff Statewide Results by Contest, State Treasurer - Democrat - Certified, found at Vote Naturally at the Arkansas Secretary of State's website. Accessed November 15, 2010.
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