In unofficial vote counts, the Arkansas Secretary of State's office reports that with 100 percent of the vote in, Howard Beaty of Crossett is in the lead against incumbent Rep. LeAnne Burch for the State Rep. District 9 seat.

Beatty took 52 percent of the vote with 5,329 casting ballots for him, while Burch received 4,857 votes for approximately 48 percent of the vote.

In incomplete numbers, in the race for Senate District 26, challenger Ben Gilmore received 14,969 votes to incumbent Sen. Eddie Cheatham's 10,248.

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