Lawmakers Spar Over Lieutenant Governor’s Race

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The race to fill the vacant Arkansas lieutenant governor's seat is heating up prior to the May 20 primary election and Nov. 4 general election.

5NEWS Managing Editor Larry Henry sat down with two key players from Northwest Arkansas on the road to Election Day.

In this interview, Reps. Debra Hobbs, R-Rogers, and Charlie Collins, R-Fayetteville, debate whether a state House member can beat U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin, R-Ark., in the Republican primary election for the lieutenant governor's office.

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