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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.