LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Today's THV is your election headquarters.
Democratic candidates for congressional seats in eastern and southern Arkansas are headed to a runoff election next month.
Army veteran Tom Cotton defeated Beth Anne Rankin Tuesday to win the Republican nomination for an open congressional seat in southern Arkansas.
But State Sen. Gene Jeffress and Q. Byrum Hurst will face each other in the June 12 runoff for the Democratic nomination in the same seat.
In eastern Arkansas, prosecutor Scott Ellington will head to the runoff with state Rep. Clark Hall.
The congressional matchups dominated voting Tuesday, and turnout was light as Arkansas lacked any major statewide races.
Voters also cast ballots in 33 contested state legislative primaries and a state Supreme Court race. Presumptive nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama won the state's mostly meaningless presidential primaries.
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