Children, road fixes key issues in central Arkansas House race
The Republican primary race for state House District 14 in central Arkansas will pit an incumbent who believes in limited government but sees a need to fix the state's highways against a challenger who wants the state to do more to help its children. Christia Jones, 46, will challenge incumbent state Rep. Roger Lynch, 67, at the polls May 22. Both are from Lonoke.
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