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2022 Election News

The midterm elections are on Nov. 6
LA Johnson
The midterm elections are on Nov. 6

2022 Election News

These are stories related to the 2022 election.

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Ahead of the midterm election, research from The Sentencing Project found 4.6 million people, or one in every 50 adults, won't be able to vote in the 2022 midterms due to a felony conviction. In Arkansas, the report says over 81,000 people are affected.
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Arkansas' Second District Congressional candidates debate inflation and crime
U.S. Rep. French Hill, R-Little Rock., said the current inflationary climate was caused by Federal Reserve actions and federal spending, while his Democratic opponent, Dr. Quintessa Hathaway, said corporations are price gouging.
Arkansas' U.S. Senate candidates debate infrastructure, PPP loans
U.S. Sen. John Boozman, R-Ark., said he didn’t vote for the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act because Democrats added $300 billion in spending before it reached the floor, while his opponent, Democrat Natalie James, faulted him for voting against it.
Arkansas governor candidates debate education, taxes
The three candidates seeking to become Arkansas' next chief executive made their pitch to voters Friday.
Crawford, Hodges don’t agree on much in Arkansas' First District Congressional debate
U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford, R-Jonesboro, didn’t vote to certify President Joe Biden’s election due to the fact that Arizona and Pennsylvania changed their voting procedures without legislative input, he said during an Arkansas PBS debate Thursday (Oct. 20) with his opponent State Rep. Monte Hodges, D-Blytheville.
Arkansas Secretary of State candidates differ on 2020 election fairness
The two candidates for Arkansas Secretary of State differ on the fairness of the 2020 Presidential election, although both agreed that Arkansas’ vote was accurate.
Arkansas Lieutenant Governor candidates debate Jan. 6 riot
The three candidates for lieutenant governor offered differing visions of the office in their Arkansas PBS debate Tuesday (Oct. 18), with one of them saying it shouldn’t exist.
Abortion, Ukraine, inflation included in Arkansas' 3rd Congressional District debate
Issues ranging from abortion to wastewater systems were part of a 3rd Congressional District debate Monday (Oct. 17) in which U.S. Rep. Steve Womack, R-Rogers, said he would support a nationwide abortion ban if it included “certain exemptions.”
Democrat in Arkansas' Fourth District Congressional debate says Trump won 2020 election
Two of the three candidates running in the U.S. Congressional District 4 race think Joe Biden is the elected president of the United States, and the Democrat in the race believes former President Donald Trump won.