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Arkansas GOP convention delegates and alternates

 

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The Arkansas Republican Party chose at-large delegates to the GOP national convention on Saturday.

The at-large delegates are:
Rep. Duncan Baird, Jack Avery, Sen. John Boozman (Delegation Chairman), Rep. Ann Clemmer, Skot Covert, Robin Lundstrum, National Committeewoman Jonelle Fulmer, Julie Harris, John Nabholz, U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford, Rep. Andrea Lea, Rep. John Burris, Jim Reavis, U.S. Rep. Steve Womack, Patricia Nation (Delegation Secretary), Johnny Rhoda, Laurie E. Rapert, U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin (Delegation Vice Chairman), Tom Lundstrum, Alex Reed and Barbara Burrow Deuschle.

Also attending:
Arkansas Republican Party Chairman Doyle Webb and National Committeeman Rep. Jonathan Barnett.

At-large alternates, chosen Saturday:
Christian Olson, Brenda Vassaur Taylor, Barbara Dodge, Christy Barnett, Cindy Barker, Jonathan Harris, Charles Mazander, Kenneth Ryan James, Dixie Carlson, Lynn Walters-Ahlert, Joseph V. LeBlanc, MaeZeatta Ramsey, Elmer L. Flucht, Ralph Myers III, Patricia A. Greene, Linda Jo Carnine, Rep. Les Carnine, Amy Brooker, John Parke, John P. Carr and Marie Holder.

Congressional district delegates, chosen June 9:
Dorothy Crockett, Richard Caster, Alex Dunlap, Todd Ellis, Lonnie Lancaster, Zachary Smart, Susan Gessler, Rex Terry, Duane Neal, Tammy Pope, Cora Linda Liscinski and Michael Motes.

Congressional district alternates, chosen June 9:
Stacy DeJarnette, Sarah Darling, Drury Hoover, Jacque Martin, Jason Milne, Andrew Stricklin, John Brice Honey, Johnny Dillard and Rob Deal.

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