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story.lead_photo.caption Courtney Goodson is shown in this file photo.

An Arkansas Supreme Court justice has won re-election after facing a barrage of attack ads and mailers from a Washington-based conservative group.

Justice Courtney Goodson defeated challenger and Department of Human Services Chief Counsel David Sterling in the non-partisan race.

The Republican State Leadership Committee spent $1.2 million on TV ads and mailers in the weeks leading up to the election. Goodson portrayed her re-election bid as a referendum on outside groups' involvement in judicial races. She had sued to stop the RSLC's mailers and ads. She lost her bid for chief justice two years ago after facing similar outside attacks.

The group also had run ads promoting Sterling that linked him to President Donald Trump and Gov. Asa Hutchinson.

Read Wednesday’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for full details.


Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Courtney Goodson and David Sterling

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