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2018 Little Rock mayoral election

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2018 Little Rock mayoral election
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← 2014 November 6, 2018 (first round)[1]
December 4, 2018 (runoff)[2]
2022 →
Candidate Frank Scott Jr. Baker Kurrus Warwick Sabin
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
First-round vote 25,146 19,668 19,157
First-round percentage 37.10% 29.02% 28.26%
Second-round vote 22,668 16,333
Second-round percentage 58.12% 41.88%

Mayor before election

Mark Stodola

Elected Mayor

Frank Scott Jr.

The 2018 Little Rock mayoral election took place on November 6 and December 4, 2018, to elect the Mayor of Little Rock, Arkansas. It saw the election of Frank Scott Jr.

The election was officially nonpartisan.

With no candidate receiving a majority of the vote in the initial round, a runoff election was held between the top-two finishers.

Scott became the first elected African American mayor in Little Rock's history.[3]


First round

First round results[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Frank Scott Jr. 25,146 37.10
Nonpartisan Baker Kurrus 19,668 29.02
Nonpartisan Warwick Sabin 19,157 28.26
Nonpartisan Vincent Tolliver 2,024 2.99
Nonpartisan Glen Scharz 1,788 2.64
Total votes 67,783

Second round

Runoff results[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Frank Scott Jr. 22,668 58.12
Nonpartisan Baker Kurrus 16,333 41.88
Total votes 39,001


  1. ^ a b "SUMMARY REPT-GROUP DETAIL Pulaski County, Arkansas 2018 General Election November 6, 2018 OFFICIAL RESULTS" (PDF). Pulaski County, Arkansas. Retrieved 14 November 2019.
  2. ^ a b "SUMMARY REPT-GROUP DETAIL Pulaski County, Arkansas 2018 General Election Runoff December 4, 2018 OFFICIAL RESULTS" (PDF). Pulaski County, Arkansas. 14 November 2019.
  3. ^ "Little Rock, Arkansas elects Frank Scott as first black mayor". Retrieved December 5, 2018.
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