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King takes majority even in White Hall

Former Pine Bluff Mayor Dutch King can largely credit the city's voters for his decisive victory in the Nov. 6 Jefferson County judge's race. A Democrat, King garnered 73 percent of the votes in a 19,077-6,997 win over District 12 Justice of the Peace Ted Harden, a White Hall Republican.

Numbers show Hollingsworth dominated across board

Debe Hollingsworth's win in the Nov. 6 Pine Bluff mayoral election was so thorough that it's safe to say the political novice was the top choice among all voter groups, a feat made even more remarkable by her roughly 5-2 victory margin over her chief competitor, two-term incumbent Carl A. Redus Jr.

Election Results

With all precincts reporting and all the votes counted in Southeast Arkansas unless otherwise noted, the following is a list of the election results. They are still, however, unofficial until they are certified by their respective election...

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Former alderman, election commissioner clash over racial comments

"Vote for Obama and a black mayor," former Pine Bluff alderman Jack Foster could be heard saying into a bullhorn from his post in a lawn chair across from the Jefferson County Courthouse on Monday afternoon, the first day of early voting for the Nov. 6 general election."Don't go back to the plantation. Vote for Obama and vote for a black mayor. Don't turn back the clock."