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Arkansas gubernatorial election, 2006

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Arkansas gubernatorial election, 2006

The 2006 Arkansas gubernatorial election took place on Tuesday, November 7, 2006. Incumbent Governor Mike Huckabee, a Republican, was unable to seek another term due to term limits. Mike Beebe, the Attorney General of Arkansas and the Democratic nominee, defeated Asa Hutchinson, a former United States Congressman and the Republican nominee, by a wide margin.

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Democratic Party

  • Mike Beebe, Arkansas Attorney General
  • Republican Party

  • Asa Hutchinson, former Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, former United States Congressman from Arkansas's 3rd congressional district
  • Green Party

  • Jim Lendall, former State Representative
  • Independent

  • Rod Bryan, bass player for Ho-Hum and owner of Anthro-Pop Records
  • References

    Arkansas gubernatorial election, 2006 Wikipedia


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