The following are the official results for White County's May 24 Republican and Democratic primaries and nonpartisan general election. The election results were certified Friday.

U.S. senator

Republican

Sen. John Boozman 6,140 (54.10%)

Jake Bequette 2,485 (21.90%)

Jan Morgan 2,435 (21.46%)

Heath Loftis 289 (2.55%)

(Boozman won the nomination with 201,662 votes/58.03%.)

Democrat

Dan Whitfield 473 (43.68%)

Natalie James 470 (43.40%)

Jack E. Foster 140 (12.93%)

(James won with 49,720 votes/54.10%.)

District 2 U.S. representative

Republican

Congressman French Hill 6,473 (57.93%)

Conrad Reynolds 4,700 (42.07%)

(Hill won with 49,487 votes/58.52%.)

Governor

Republican

Sarah Huckabee Sanders 9,241 (81.39%)

Francis “Doc” Washburn 2,113 (18.61%)

(Sanders won with 289,224 votes/83.14%.)

Democrat

Chris Jones 680 (62.44%)

Anthony “Tony” Bland 127 (11.66%)

James “Rus” Russell, III 107 (9.83%)

Jay Martin 106 (9.73%)

Supha Xayprasith-Mays 69 (6.34%)

(Jones won with 66,535 votes/70.45%.)

Lieutenant governor

Republican

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge 6,405 (57.29%)

Sen, Jason Rapert 1,685 (15.07%)

Greg Bledsoe 963 (8.61%)

Chris Bequette 954 (8.53)

Judge Joseph Wood 661 (5.91%)

Doyle Webb 512 (4.58%)

(Rutledge won with 183,867 votes/54.00%.)

Attorney general

Republican

Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffin 9,713 (87.35%)

Leon Jones Jr. 1,407 (12.65%)

(Griffin won with 286,185/85.38%.)

Secretary of state

Republican

Secretary of State John Thurston 7,337 (67.57%)

Eddie Joe Williams 3,521 (32.43%)

(Thurston won with 236,948 votes/72.09%.)

Democrat

Anna Beth Gorman 649 (60.65%)

Josh Price 421 (39.35%)

(Gorman won with 52,752 votes/58.60%.)

State treasurer

Republican

State Rep. Mark Lowery 7,964 (75.58%)

Sen, Matthew W. Pitsch 2,573 (24.42%)

(Lowery won with 239,344 votes/74.82%.)

State Supreme Court associate justice Position 2

Supreme Court Associate Justice Robin Wynne 5,059 (44.31%)

Judge Chris Carnahan 3,806 (33.33%)

David Sterling 2,553 (22,36%)

(Wynne, with 202,794 votes/49.52%, and Carnahan, with 117,841/28.77%, are in a runoff.)

State Supreme Court associate justice Position 6

Supreme Court Justice Karen Baker 6,910 (60.17%)

Judge Gunner DeLay 4,574 (39.83%)

(Baker won with 262,017 votes/63.99%.)

District 39 state representative

Republican

Judge Robert Griffin 738 (33.98%)

Justice Wayne Long 729 (33.56%)

State Rep. Craig Christiansen 705 (32.46%)

(Griffin, with 1,656/39.66 percent, and Long, with 1,336/32 percent, are in a runoff.)

District 40 state representative

Republican

Stacey Caplener 552 (64.71%)

Shad Pearce 301 (35.29%)

(Pearce won district with 3,007 votes/67.05%.)

White County judge

Republican

Lisa Brown 6,161 (56.01%)

Barth Grayson 2,769 (25.17%)

Shelly Wyatt Churchwell 2,070 (18.82%)

White County sheriff

Republican

Sheriff Phillip Miller 5,826 (51.86%)

Sam Jeffrey 3,192 (28.41%)

Larry W. House 2,217 (19.73%)

White County circuit clerk

Republican

Sara Brown 5,339 (48.69%)

Karen Gossett 3,062 (27.93%)

Kathy Baker 2,564 (23.38%)

District 1 justice of the peace

Republican

Doug Kennedy 334 (66.53%)

Michael Westergren 168 (33.47%)

District 10 justice of the peace

Republican

Justice Bobby G. Quattlebaum 557 (47.81%)

Roger Pearson 379 (32.53%)

Jeremy M. James 229 (19.66%)

District 12 justice of the peace

Republican

Justice Joel Pritchett 357 (57.12%)

Donald Starks 268 (42.88%)

Bald Knob Refunding Bonds

For 236 (56.73%)

Against 180 (43.27%)

Bald Knob Fire Improvement Bonds

For 302 (72.08%)

Against 117 (27.92%)

Big Creek Township constable

Republican

Jesse Pate 398 (39.96%)

Terry Ashley 323 (32.43%)

Al Crandall 275 (27.61%)

Cadron Township constable

Republican

Dusty Betts 504 (52.12%)

Constable Kyle Benson 463 (47.88%)

Harrison Township constable

Republican

Constable Greg Meharg 484 (70.25%)

Roger Gray 205 (29.75%)

Beebe School Board Zone 1

Bennie Brock Jr. 269 (51.04%)

Janet Hines 258 (48.96%)

White County registered voters: 44,249

Registered voters-Republican: 3,594

Registered voters-Democrat: 1,899

Registered voters-nonpartisan: 38,756

Ballots cast-total: 12,665

Ballots cast-Republican: 11,489

Ballots cast-Democrat: 1,114

Ballots cast-nonpartisan: 62

Ballots cast-blank: 1

Voter turnout-total: 28.62%

Voter Turnout-Republican: 319.67%

Voter Turnout-Democratic: 58.66%

Voter Turnout-Nonpartisan: 0.16%

Election results to be certified within 10 days of election day.

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