2022 Candidates for State Elections and New Legislative Districts - Arkansas Medical Society (2022)

District 1
Sen. Ben Gilmore – R (incumbent) – Crossett

District 2
Sen. Trent Garner – R (incumbent, not seeking re-election)
Matt Stone – R – Ouachita County
Garry L. Smith – D – Camden

District 3
Sen. Charles Beckham – R (incumbent) – McNeil
Steve Crowell – R – Magnolia

District 4
Sen. Jimmy Hickey Jr. – R (incumbent) – Texarkana
Lonny Goodwin – I – Saratoga

District 5
Sen. Terry Rice – R (incumbent) – Waldron

District 6
Cortney McKee – D – Garland County
Matt McKee – R – Pearcy

District 7
Sen. Alan Clark – R (incumbent) – Lonsdale

District 8
Sen. Stephanie Flowers – D (incumbent) – Pine Bluff
David Dinwiddie – L – Pine Bluff

District 9
Sen. Keith Ingram – D (incumbent, not running for re-election)
Rep. Reginald Murdock – D – Marianna
Terry Fuller – R – Poplar Grove

District 10
Sen. Ronald Caldwell – R (incumbent) – Wynne
Cliff Hart – D – Wynne

District 11
Sen. Ricky Hill – R (incumbent) – Cabot

District 12
Sen. Linda Chesterfield – D (incumbent) – Little Rock

District 13
Sen. Jane English – R (incumbent) – North Little Rock
Noah Jones – L – North Little Rock
Allison Grigsby Sweatman – D – Pulaski County

District 14
Sen. Clarke Tucker – D (incumbent) – Little Rock
Beth Mason – R – Pulaski County

District 15
Sen. Joyce Elliot – D (incumbent, term-limited)
Rep. Fred Love – D – Mabelvale
Charles Guidry – L – Little Rock

District 16
Sen. Kim Hammer – R (incumbent) – Benton
Jaron Salazar – L – Saline County

District 17
Sen. Mark Johnson – R (incumbent) – Little Rock
David Barber – D – Conway

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District 18
Sen. Jonathan Dismang – R (incumbent) – Beebe
Nick Cartwright – D – Romance
James Burk – L – Searcy

District 19
Sen. Dave Wallace – R (incumbent) – Leachville

District 20
Sen. Dan Sullivan – R (incumbent) – Jonesboro
Chenoa Summers – D – Jonesboro

District 21
Sen. Blake Johnson – R (incumbent) – Corning
Alfred Holland III – L – Greene County

District 22
Rep. John Payton – R – Wilburn

District 23
Sen. Scott Flippo – R (incumbent) – Bull Shoals
Derek Huber – D – Baxter County

District 24
Sen. Missy Irvin – R (incumbent) – Mountain View

District 25
Sen. Breanne Davis – R (incumbent) – Russellville

District 26
Sen. Gary Stubblefield – R (incumbent) – Branch
Gabriel Andreucetti – L – Logan County

District 27
Sen. Mat Pitsch – R (incumbent, running for State Treasurer)
Rep. Justin Boyd – R – Fort Smith
Rebecca Ward – D – Fort Smith

District 28
Bryan King – R – Green Forest
Jim Wallace – D – Eureka Springs

District 29
(New seat, no incumbent)
Jim Petty – R – Van Buren

District 30
Sen. Greg Leding – D (incumbent) – Fayetteville

District 31
Sen. Colby Fulfer – R (incumbent, won the special election)
Rep. Clint Penzo – R – Springdale
Lisa Parks – D – Springdale

District 32
Sen. Cecile Bledsoe – R (incumbent, term-limited)
Rep. Josh Bryant – R – Rogers

District 33
Sen. Bart Hester – R (incumbent) – Cave Springs

District 34
(New seat, no incumbent)
Rep. Jim Dotson – R – Bentonville
Jean Pierre Devilliers – L – Bentonville

District 35
Sen. Jim Hendren – I (incumbent, not seeking re-election)
Doug Peterson – L – Prairie Grove
Tyler Dees – R – Benton County

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District 1
Rep. Joe Jett – R (incumbent, not running for re-election)
Teresa Roofe – D – Rector
Jeremy Wooldridge – R – MarmadukeDistrict 2
Trey Steimal – R
Teresa Norman – L – Fulton County

District 3
Rep. Nelda Speaks – R (incumbent, not running for re-election)
Stetson Painter – R – Mountain Home
Steve Parsons – L

District 4
Rep. Jack Fortner – R (incumbent) – Yellville

District 5
Rep. Ron McNair – R (incumbent) – Harrison
Jim Hall – I – Harrison
Hilary Grace Cleaver – I – Harrison

District 6
Rep. Harlan Breaux – R (incumbent) – Holiday Island
Dakota Logan – L – Eureka Springs
Marketta Tucker – D – Boone County

District 7
Rep. Josh Bryant – R (incumbent, running for State Senate)
Brit McKenzie – R – Rogers

District 8
Rep. Austin McCollum – R (incumbent) – Bentonville

District 9
(New seat, no incumbent)
Steven Stilling – L – Springdale
Diana Gonzales Worthen – D – Springdale
DeAnna Hodges R – Springdale

District 10
Rep. Jim Dotson – R (incumbent, running for State Senate)
Mindy McAlindon – R – Centerton
Kate Schaffer – D – Bentonville

District 11
Rep. Megan Godfrey – D (incumbent, not running for re-election)
Rebecca Burkes – R – Benton County
Robert Fair – R – Springdale
Rey Hernandez – D – Rogers

District 12
Rep. Gayla McKenzie – R (incumbent, running for State Senate)
Hope Hendren Duke – R – Gravette
David Michael Gill – L – Bella Vista

District 13 – Benton County
(New seat, no incumbent)
Scott Richardson – R – Bentonville
Jen Standerfer – D – Bentonville

District 14
(New seat, no incumbent)
Grant Hodges – R – Rogers
Brian Eaton – D

District 15
Rep. John Carr – R (incumbent) – Rogers
Rachel Cox – D – Rogers

District 16
Rep. Kendon Underwood – R (incumbent) – Cave Springs

District 17
Rep. Delia Haak – R (incumbent) – Gentry

District 18
Rep. Robin Lundstrum – R (incumbent) – Elm Springs
Monique Jones – D – Fayetteville

District 19
Rep. Clint Penzo – R (incumbent, running for State Senate)
Steven Unger – R – Springdale
Paula Irwin – D – Fayetteville

District 20
Rep. Denise Garner – D (incumbent) – Fayetteville

District 21
Rep. Nicole Clowney – D (incumbent) – Fayetteville

District 22
Rep. David Whitaker – D (incumbent) – Fayetteville
Brian Hester – R – Farmington

District 23
(New seat, no incumbent)
Ryan Hanson – L – Washington County
Kendra Moore – R – Lincoln

District 24
Rep. Charlene Fite – R (incumbent) – Van Buren

District 25
Rep. Bruce Coleman – R (incumbent, not running for re-election)
Chad Puryear – R – Hindsville
Caitlin Oxford – D – Fayetteville

District 26
Rep. Mark Berry – R (incumbent) – Ozark

District 27
Rep. Keith Slape – R (incumbent, running for State Senate)
Stephen Walker – R – Horsehoe Bend

District 28
Rep. Michelle Gray – R (incumbent, not seeking re-election)
Bart Schulz – R – Cave City

District 29
Rep. Rick McClure – R (incumbent) – Malvern
Ronald Vaden – D – Malvern

District 30
Rep. Fran Cavenaugh – R (incumbent) – Walnut Ridge
Cheryl Primm – L – Craighead County

District 31
Rep. Jimmy Gazaway – R (incumbent) – Paragould

District 32
Rep. Brandt Smith – R (incumbent, running for U.S. Congress)
Rep. Jack Ladyman – R (incumbent) – Jonesboro
Eric McGee – L – Jonesboro

District 33
Rep. Jon Milligan – R (incumbent) – Lake City

District 34
Rep. Monte Hodges – D (incumbent, running for U.S. Congress)
Joey Carr – R – Blytheville
Ollie Collins – D – Osceola

District 35
Rep. Milton Nicks Jr. – D (incumbent) – Marion
Demetris Johnson Jr. – D – Earle

District 36
Rep. Johnny Rye – R (incumbent) – Trumann

District 37
Rep. Steve Hollowell – R (incumbent) – Forrest City
Brian Ramsey – L – St. Francis County
Christopher Reed – D – Cross County

District 38
Rep. Dwight Tosh – R (incumbent) – Jonesboro

District 39
Rep. Craig Christiansen – R (incumbent) – Bald Knob
Clayton Hall – L – White County
Wayne Long – R – Bradford

District 40
Rep. John Payton – (incumbent, running for State Senate)
Rep. Stu Smith – R (incumbent, not running for re-election)
Shad Pearce –R – Batesville
Stacey Caplener – R – Pleasant Plains

District 41
Rep. Josh Miller – R (incumbent) – Heber Springs
Edward Flanigan III – L – Edgemont

District 42
Rep. Stephen Meeks – R (incumbent) – Greenbrier

District 43
Rep. Rick Beck – R (incumbent) – Center Ridge

District 44
Rep. Stan Berry – R (incumbent) – Dover

District 45
Rep. Aaron Pilkington – R (incumbent) – Knoxville

District 46
Rep. Jon Eubanks – R (incumbent) – Paris

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District 47
Rep. Lee Johnson, MD– R (incumbent) – Greenwood

District 48
Rep. Gary Deffenbaugh – R (incumbent, not running for re-election)
Ryan Rose – R – Van Buren

District 49
Rep. Jay Richardson – D (incumbent) – Fort Smith
Max Avery – R – Fort Smith

District 50
Rep. Justin Boyd – R (incumbent, running for State Senate)
Stephen Edwards – L – Fort Smith
Zack Gramlich – R – Fort Smith
Diane Osborne – D – Fort Smith

District 51
Rep. Cindy Crawford – R (incumbent) – Fort Smith

District 52
Rep. Marcus Richmond – R (incumbent) – Harvey
John Catlett – I – Briggsville

District 53
Rep. Joe Cloud – R (incumbent, not running for re-election)
Matt Duffield – R – Russellville

District 54
Rep. Mary Bentley – R (incumbent) – Perryville

District 55
Rep. Spencer Hawks – R (incumbent, running for State Senate)
Matt Brown – R- Conway
Dee Sanders – D – Conway

District 56
Rep. Steve Magie, MD – D (incumbent) – Conway
Howard Heffington – L – Conway
Trent Minner – R – Conway

District 57
Rep. Cameron Cooper – R (incumbent) – Romance
Joshua Huckaba – L – Conway

District 58
Rep. Les Eaves – R (incumbent) – Searcy
Shantella Davis – D

District 59
Rep. Jim Wooten – R (incumbent) – Beebe
Kai Schulz – L – Austin
William Alcott – D – White County

District 60
Rep. Roger Lynch – R (incumbent) – Lonoke
Christia (Chris) Jones – I – Lonoke

District 61
Jeremiah Moore – R – Clarendon
Garrett Sheeks – L – Stuttgart
Bruce Martin – D – Stuttgart

District 62
Rep. Reginald Murdock – D (incumbent, running for State Senate)
Rep. Mark McElroy – R (incumbent) – Tillar
Dexter Miller – D

District 63
Rep. Deborah Ferguson, DDS – D (incumbent) – West Memphis

District 64
Rep. Kenneth Ferguson – D (incumbent) – Pine Bluff

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District 65
Rep. Vivian Flowers – D (incumbent) – Pine Bluff
Richard Wilson – L – Humphrey

District 66
Rep. Mark Perry – D (incumbent) – Jacksonville

District 67
Rep. Karilyn Brown – R (incumbent) – Sherwood
Jannie Cotton – D – Sherwood

District 68
Rep. Brian Evans – R (incumbent) – Cabot
Robert Betzold – L – Lonoke

District 69
Rep. David Ray – R (incumbent) – Maumelle
Zachary Culp – D – Warsaw (Pulaski County)

District 70
Rep. Carlton Wing – R (incumbent) – North Little Rock
Peyton Berks – L – Pulaski County
Judson Scanlon – D – Pulaski County

District 71
Rep. Mark Lowery – R (incumbent, running for State Treasurer)
Brandon Achor – R – Pulaski County
John Pack – D
Aaron Raatz – L – Pulaski County

District 72
Rep. Jamie Scott – D (incumbent) – North Little Rock

District 73
Rep. Andrew Collins – D (incumbent) – Little Rock
Miles McDonnell – L – Little Rock
Jon Wickliffe – R – Little Rock

District 74
Rep. Tippi McCullough – D (incumbent) – Little Rock
Ashton Winkelmeyer – L – Little Rock

District 75
Rep. Ashley Hudson – D (incumbent) – Little Rock
Heather Beech Turchi – R – Pulaski County

District 76
Rep. Joy Springer – D (incumbent) – Little Rock
Genni Sutanto – L – Pulaski County

District 77
Rep. Fred Allen – D (incumbent) – Little Rock

District 78
Rep. Keith Brooks – R (incumbent) – Little Rock

District 79
Rep. Fred Love – D (incumbent, running for State Senate)
Tara Shephard – D – Little Rock

District 80
Rep. Denise Ennett – D (incumbent) – Little Rock

District 81
(New seat, no incumbent)
R. J. Hawk – R – Bryant
Greg Sharp – L – Bryant
Roy Vaughn – D – Alexander

District 82
Rep. Tony Furman – R (incumbent) – Benton
Brandon Kelley – L – Bauxite

District 83
Rep. Lanny Fite – R (incumbent) – Benton
Jason Reeves – L – Benton

District 84
Rep. Les Warren – R (incumbent) – Hot Springs
Michelle Gates Roberts – D – Hot Springs

District 85
Rep. Richard McGrew – R (incumbent) – Hot Springs

District 86
Rep. John Maddox – R (incumbent) – Mena

District 87
Rep. DeAnn Vaught – R (incumbent) – Horatio
Marc Rosson – L – Ashdown
Chris Wolcott – D – DeQueen

District 88
Rep. Danny Watson – R (incumbent) – Hope

District 89
Rep. Justin Gonzales – R (incumbent) – Okolona

District 90
Rep. Richard Womack – R (incumbent) – Arkadelphia

District 91
Rep. Bruce Cozart – R (incumbent) – Hot Springs
Judy Ladd – D – Garland County

District 92
Rep. Ken Bragg – R (incumbent, not running)
Rep. Julie Mayberry – R (incumbent) – Hensley
Chris Hayes – L – Mabelvale

District 93
Rep. Mike Holcomb – R (incumbent) – Pine Bluff
Aaron Cagle – L – Jefferson County

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District 94
Rep. Jeff Wardlaw – R (incumbent) – Warren
Curley Jackson – D – Wilmer
Donn Baker – L – Warren

District 95
Rep. Howard Beaty Jr. – R (incumbent) – Crossett

District 96
Rep. Sonia Barker – R (incumbent) – Smackover

District 97
Rep. Matthew Shepherd – R (incumbent) – El Dorado

District 98
Rep. David Fielding – D (incumbent) – Magnolia
Wade Andrews – R – Camden

District 99
Rep. Lane Jean – R (incumbent) – Magnolia
Paul Green – L – Texarkana

District 100
Rep. Carol Dalby – R (incumbent) – Texarkana
Luke Robertson – L – Texarkana

FAQs

Who is running for office in Arkansas 2022? ›

Incumbent secretary John Thurston is running for reelection. He is facing two other Republicans and two Democrats.

Who are my state legislators Arkansas? ›

  • Senators Sorted by Congressional District and Seniority.
  • Senator R. D. "Denny" Altes (2003-2010) Senator Jim Argue (1997-2008) Senator Gilbert Baker (2021-2012) Senator David Bisbee (1999-2008) Senator Paul Bookout (2006-2014) Senator Shane Broadway (2003-2010) Senator Irma Hunter Brown (2003-2008)

What is the salary of an Arkansas state senator? ›

Salaries
State legislators
SalaryPer diem
$42,428/yearFor legislators residing within 50 miles of the capitol: $55/day. For legislators residing more than 50 miles from the capitol: $151/day.

How much do Arkansas House of Representatives make? ›

Arkansas House of Representatives
Length of term2 years
AuthorityArticle 8, Section 2, Arkansas Constitution
Salary$39,399.84/year + per diem
Elections
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What are the districts in Arkansas? ›

Current (until 2023 inauguration) districts and representatives
Current U.S. representatives from Arkansas ( view talk edit )
DistrictMember (Residence)CPVI (2021)
1stRick Crawford (Jonesboro)R+21
2ndFrench Hill (Little Rock)R+7
3rdSteve Womack (Rogers)R+17
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How many Arkansas state representatives are there? ›

The Arkansas House of Representatives has 100 Members, representing 100 separate districts statewide.

Why are legislative districts are different sizes? ›

Each legislature represents a microcosm of its state's people, traditions and political cultures. These factors vary greatly across the country. Opinions about them differ within a state. Consequently, there may never be consensus on what the "right size" for a legislature is.

How many Senate districts are in Arkansas? ›

Elections for the office of Arkansas State Senate took place in 2010. The primary election was held on May 18, 2010, and the general election was held on November 2, 2010. The candidate filing deadline was March 8, 2010. State senate seats in 17 of the 35 districts were on the ballot in 2010.

What is boozman district? ›

Who is the highest paid employee for the Arkansas state government? ›

In 2010, the data collection became annual when the Legislature began fiscal sessions in even-numbered years. The highest-paid state employee continues to be Bret Bielema, whose salary is $4.1 million a year as the head football coach at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

How many terms can an Arkansas senator serve? ›

In 1992, voters approved term limits of two four-year terms. In 2014, term limits were extended to 16 years cumulative in either house. In 2020, voters approved a constitutional amendment changing terms limits to 12 consecutive years with the opportunity to return after a 4 year break.

What is US President salary? ›

On May 14th, the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Treasury, Postal Service and General Government included a provision in the Treasury appropriations bill that would increase the President's salary to $400,000, effective January 20, 2001.

How much money do politicians make? ›

Salaries
Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Officers114/1
Vice President………………………………..$230,700
Speaker of the House………………………...$223,500
House Majority & Minority Leaders………...$193,400
House/Senate Members & Delegates………..$174,000
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How many school districts are there in Arkansas? ›

Type
K-12 Public Schools1042
School Districts261
Open Enrollment Charter School Districts24
Education Service Co-operatives15

What district is Little Rock in? ›

Arkansas's 2nd congressional district
RepresentativeFrench Hill R–Little Rock
Area6,045 sq mi (15,660 km2)
Distribution66.2% urban 33.8% rural
Population (2019)767,662
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What district is Fayetteville AR in? ›

The district covers Northwest Arkansas and takes in Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Springdale, and Bentonville.
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Arkansas's 3rd congressional district
Area8,661 sq mi (22,430 km2)
Distribution54.4% urban 45.6% rural
Population (2019)829,149
Median household income$54,310
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How often does the Arkansas state legislature meet? ›

The Arkansas House of Representatives meets regularly every two years at the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock.

How long is the Arkansas legislative session? ›

All 135 representatives and state senators represent an equal number of constituent districts. The General Assembly convenes on the second Monday of every other year. A session lasts for 60 days unless the legislature votes to extend it.

Is gerrymandering legal? ›

The Supreme Court held in Gaffney v. Cummings (1973) that bipartisan gerrymanders are constitutionally permissible under the Equal Protection Clause.

What is the goal of gerrymandering? ›

The primary goals of gerrymandering are to maximize the effect of supporters' votes and to minimize the effect of opponents' votes. A partisan gerrymander's main purpose is to influence not only the districting statute but the entire corpus of legislative decisions enacted in its path.

When congressional districts are redrawn it is called? ›

Redistricting in the United States is the process of drawing electoral district boundaries. The Uniform Congressional District Act (enacted in 1967) requires that representatives be elected from single-member districts. When a state has a single representative, that district will be state-wide.

What is the current minimum age requirement for members of the Arkansas Senate? ›

The Constitution sets three qualifications for service in the U.S. Senate: age (at least thirty years of age); U.S. citizenship (at least nine years); and residency in the state a senator represents at time of election.

How old is Senator Tom Cotton? ›

What is it called when one party controls Congress and the presidency? ›

In the United States, divided government describes a situation in which one party controls the executive branch while another party controls one or both houses of the legislative branch.

Will Arkansas state employees get a raise in 2022? ›

Current inflation rates are the highest the nation has seen since 1981, putting immense strain on everyday families and individuals.” Hutchinson said he has authorized merit raises for state employees at an average of 5% for fiscal 2022.

What is Asa Hutchinson salary? ›

$151838

How much do Arkansas state employees make? ›

Employee Salaries
AgencyAnnual Salary
AUDITOR OF STATE$71,174,130.96
DEPT OF COMMUNITY CORRECTION$61,244,769.86
DFA - REVENUE SERVICES DIV$57,126,110.28
DEPT OF ARKANSAS STATE POLICE$53,605,477.86
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How many consecutive terms can a senator serve? ›

Lawmakers in the Senate are called Senators who are elected at large or nationwide by qualified voters to a six-year term. Senators can serve for not more than two consecutive terms.

How many 6 year terms can a senator serve? ›

IV. Section-by-Section Analysis Section 1 This is the operative section that limits congressional terms to two terms in the Senate and to six terms in the House of Representatives.

How long can a senator serve? ›

How long is a Senate term? The Senate has a membership of 40 Senators elected for 4-year terms, 20 to begin every 2 years. During his or her lifetime a person may serve no more than 12 years in the Senate, Assembly, or both, in any combination of terms.

What is the highest paying job in the world? ›

The highest-paying job in the world, in a traditional sense, holds the number one spot in this article: anesthesiologist. They are also the only job listed above $300,000 a year. The list, however, does not take into account mega-CEOs like Warren Buffett and Jeff Bezos, who make considerably more than that.

Where does the president sleep in the White House? ›

The President's Bedroom is a second floor bedroom in the White House. The bedroom makes up the White House master suite along with the adjacent sitting room and the smaller dressing room, all located in the southwest corner.

How much is Donald Trump worth? ›

How much do local government officials make? ›

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary for paid local government positions, which include city councilors, is $57,230 per year.

How much do top government officials make? ›

Elected Officials

The president of the United States earns an annual salary of $400,000, according to U.S. Code 102, along with a $50,000 expense account. The vice president makes $230,700 annually, while most senators, representatives and delegates earn $174,000.

Who is running for Arkansas treasurer? ›

November 8, 2022
NomineeMark LoweryPam Whitaker
PartyRepublicanDemocratic
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What is Leslie Rutledge running for? ›

In 2020, she announced her candidacy for the 2022 Arkansas gubernatorial election. In November 2021, she switched to the race for lieutanant governor.

How long is a governor's term in Arkansas? ›

4 years

Who is running for US Senate in Arkansas 2020? ›

2020 United States Senate election in Arkansas
NomineeTom CottonRicky Dale Harrington Jr.
PartyRepublicanLibertarian
Popular vote793,871399,390
Percentage66.5%33.5%
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How old is Leslie Rutledge of Arkansas? ›

Who is Leslie Rutledge in Arkansas? ›

Leslie Carol Rutledge is the 56th attorney general of Arkansas. She was elected on Nov. 4, 2014, and was sworn into office on Jan. 13, 2015.

What is Leslie Rutledge maiden name? ›

Leslie Carol Rutledge (1976–) Leslie Rutledge is a lawyer and government official who rose to prominence in the Arkansas Republican and legal communities in the early 2010s.

How old is Mike Huckabee? ›

Which Rockefeller lived in Arkansas? ›

Winthrop Paul Rockefeller, known in his adopted state of Arkansas as Win (or Win Paul to differentiate him from his father, Winthrop Rockefeller), was a scion of Rockefeller family, which made its fortune with Standard Oil.

Can a person be governor of two states? ›

The Governor : There shall be a Governor for each State. Provided that nothing in this Article shall preventthe appointment of the same person as Governor for twoor more States.

How long is a Senate term? ›

Until the ratification of the 17th Amendment in 1913, Senators were chosen by state legislatures, not by popular vote. Since then, they have been elected to six-year terms by the people of each state. Senators' terms are staggered so that about one-third of the Senate is up for reelection every two years.

How many members are there in the House of Representatives? ›

There are currently 435 voting representatives. Five delegates and one resident commissioner serve as non-voting members of the House, although they can vote in committee.

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