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Buying Time 2012: Arkansas

In Arkansas, two candidates vied for the seat of Justice Jim Gunter, who did not seek re-election. The election was between Judge Josephine Linker Hart and Judge Raymond Abramson, who both currently sit on the Arkansas Court of Appeals. The Arkansas non-partisan judicial election was held on May 22 and Judge Josephine Linker Hart won the seat.

Published: May 17, 2012

For inform­a­tion on Arkansas’s spend­ing, and all other tele­vi­sion spend­ing in state supreme court races, click here.

In Arkan­sas, two candid­ates vied for the seat of Justice Jim Gunter, who did not seek re-elec­tion. The candid­ates were two Arkan­sas Court of Appeals judges, Josephine Linker Hart and Raymond Abramson. Both candid­ates ran tele­vi­sion ads emphas­iz­ing their exper­i­ence and back­ground. The Arkan­sas non-partisan judi­cial elec­tion was held on May 22nd, and Judge Josephine Linker Hart won the seat.

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May 8, 2012– Some­thing About Me Rev

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Judge Jo Hart says she will protect chil­dren. 


May 7, 2012– Some­thing About Me

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Judge Jo Hart describes herself as “a no-nonsense Judge.”


May 2, 2012– Small Town Values

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An ad sponsored by Judge Raymond Abramson’s campaign says he is “exper­i­enced” and “respec­ted.”


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Jean­nie Nuss, 2 judges compete for Arkan­sas Supreme Court seat, Asso­ci­ated Press via Real Clear Polit­ics, May 5, 2012.