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Arkansas elected officials' pay due to go up

By Hunter Field

This article was published April 25, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

Should the state's top elected officials and judges get a 3 percent raise?

  • Yes 22% 53 votes
  • No 77% 187 votes

240 total votes.

Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin is shown in this photo.

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wiley Branton is shown in this file photo.

3 percent pay raises.

The salaries of state government elected officials will increase by 3 percent later this year, barring some unforeseen issue arising during a two-week public comment period.

Should the state's top elected officials and judges get a 3 percent raise?

  • Yes 22% 53 votes
  • No 77% 187 votes

240 total votes.

Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin is shown in this photo.

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wiley Branton is shown in this file photo.

3 percent pay raises.

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