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Arkansas Election Results

Congressional Races 

Tom Cotton was re-elected to the U.S. Senate with 66.57% of the vote, and all four U.S. congressmen retained their seats: 

  • Rep. Rick Crawford* (R-1st District) 
  • Rep. French Hill* (R-2nd District)
  • Rep. Steve Womack* (R-3rd District)
  • Rep. Bruce Westerman* (R-4th District)

* Incumbent 

The 93rd General Assembly Senate, which begins Jan. 11, 2021, will comprise 28 Republicans and seven Democrats, and the House will have 79 Republicans and 21 Democrats. 

Results of Ballot Measures

Arkansas voters ultimately voted on Issues 1, 2, and 3 at the polls, after Issues 4, 5, and 6 were removed from the ballot.

  • Issue 1: PASSED. An amendment to the Arkansas Constitution continuing a one-half percent (0.5%) sales and use tax for state highways and bridges; county roads, bridges, and other surface transportation; and city streets, bridges, and other surface transportation after the retirement of the bonds authorized in Arkansas Constitution, Amendment 91.
  • Issue 2: PASSED. A constitutional amendment to amend the term limits applicable to members of the General Assembly, to be known as the “Arkansas Term Limits Amendment.”
  • Issue 3: FAILED. A constitutional amendment to amend the process for the submission, challenge, and approval of proposed initiated acts, constitutional amendments, and referenda.

Removed from the Ballot: 

  • Issue 4: Arkansas Citizens’ Redistricting Amendment.
  • Issue 5: A constitutional amendment establishing the top four open primary elections and majority winner general elections with instant runoffs if necessary.
  • Issue 6: Referendum on Act 579, which is an Act to Amend the Definition of “Practice of Optometry.”