ELECTIONS Results and Archives 

View Arkansas Boys State election results and House of Representative proceedings from previous years of our program.   

 

Your State Elected Officials

Below are all of the District, County, and City Elections from Arkansas Boys State.

2018 Arkansas Boys State elected officials results

2018 Arkansas Boys State elected officials results

Congratulations to the following delegates on winning their respective statewide elected office at the 78th annual session of Arkansas Boys State hosted on the campus of the University of Central Arkansas. Governor: Bryan Walker of Harrell Lt. Governor: Ross Elliott...

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2018 Arkansas Boys State Court of Appeals results

2018 Arkansas Boys State Court of Appeals results

The following delegates were one of eight students elected to the Arkansas Boys State Court of Appeals on Tuesday, May 29, as part of the 78th annual session of the program, which is sponsored by the Arkansas American Legion. Colton Cook of Hot Springs Jarod Dewey of...

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2018 Arkansas Boys State House of Representatives results

2018 Arkansas Boys State House of Representatives results

The following delegates were one of 96 students elected to the Arkansas Boys State House of Representatives on Tuesday, May 29, as part of the 78th annual session of the program, which is sponsored by the Arkansas American Legion. Preston Abbott of Russellville Sam...

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2018 Arkansas Boys State Senate results

2018 Arkansas Boys State Senate results

The following delegates were one of 32 students elected to the Arkansas Boys State Senate on Tuesday, May 29, as part of the 78th annual session of the program, which is sponsored by the Arkansas American Legion. Alec Brown of Alma Arion White of Stuttgart Avery Brown...

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2017 Arkansas Boys State House of Representatives

Delegates from throughout the state have the opportunity to be elected to office — like representative. On our capitol visit, these officials debate and pass mock legislation. Here’s your chance at making policy that makes an impact!

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