LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Among the important races on Tuesday's ballot is the one for Arkansas Governor, and the one for the state's Second Congressional District.
Two candidates in each party are facing off for Arkansas Governor. Former congressman Mike Ross faces Lynette Bryant on the Democratic side, and former congressman Asa Hutchinson faces Curtis Coleman, a Little Rock businessman, on the GOP side.
Three Republicans—French Hill, State Rep Ann Clemmer, and Colonel Conrad Reynolds— are hoping to replace Representative Tim Griffin in the Second Congressional District.
Ahead of the vote, THV 11 spoke with the candidates to get their ideas on key issues in the campaign. You can find their full interviews below on the desktop version of our site:
- Mike Ross (Arkansas Governor Race)
- Asa Hutchinson (Arkansas Governor Race)
- Curtis Coleman (Arkansas Governor Race)
- Lynette Bryant (Arkansas Governor Race)
- French Hill (Second Congressional District)
- Anne Clemmer (Second Congressional District)
- Colonel Conrad Reynolds (Second Congressional District)