J.R. Dallas to Seek House District 63 Seat
J.R. Dallas of Fort Smith, former head of the Arkansas Air National Guard 188th Fighter Wing, will announce Monday that he’s running for the Arkansas House of Representatives seat representing District 63, according to the City Wire in Fort Smith. Dallas will run as a Republican, so he’ll face Arkansas Sen. Denny Altes, who’s also running for the seat, in a primary.
The seat is currently held by Republican Rep. Frank Glidewell, who is term-limited and is running for the Arkansas Senate seat representing District 13.
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6 thoughts on “J.R. Dallas to Seek House District 63 Seat”
Larry Hagman is running?
I wonder if Mr. Dallas will make Denny’s blind loyalty of Gilbert Baker an issue.
I wouldn’t think it would be smart for a house candidate to make comments about US Senate candidate. All you’ll end up doing is alienating those that do support that candidate and giving them to your opponent.
Dave – Are you alive?
In his announcement, Tommy Wren said he is running for House seat in district 71, not 70 as you have listed
Thanks, ddubb. It’s fixed.
And JMP, as for the question as to whether or not I’m alive, you should ask your girlfriend. Zing!