Women Running in Arkansas

Significance of State

"In 1968, the state sided with third-party candidate George Wallace. Since then, it has gone Republican in nine of twelve elections, voting Democratic twice for fellow Arkansan Bill Clinton and once for Jimmy Carter. In recent elections, it has become a solidly red state, with the Republican margin of victory increasing in each of the last four elections. In 2016, Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton by almost 27 points."

Joyce Elliott ~ U.S. House, District 2

Joyce is running to represent Arkansas’ 2nd Congressional District. She will face Republican incumbent French Hill in the General Election in November. The DCCC has recognized Joyce as a Red to Blue candidate, indicating that the race is extremely competitive, and she stands a chance of flipping the seat.

Celeste Williams ~ U.S. House, District 3

Celeste is the Democratic nominee and will face Republican incumbent Steve Womack in the General Election in November. Arkansas’ 3rd Congressional District has been held by the GOP since 1966, but Celeste’s extremely detailed plans outlined on her website and career background in nursing stand in stark contrast to Steve’s Trump-supporting agenda

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