Three-way race, for now, for Maumelle House seat

The newly created Arkansas State House District 71 seat that represents Maumelle is suddenly getting very crowded as three have all entered the Republican Primary.

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Wes Booker, an insurance agent with an office in the city, was the second to join the field behind pharmacist Brandon Achor.

That two-way race now has a third candidate as consultant Joe Pack has also thrown his name into the hat. 

Wes Booker

In addition to being an insurance agent, Booker is also a football official who calls Southeastern Conference games. He also played football at the University of Central Arkansas.

His financial disclosure form is online and can be viewed by clicking here.

Joe Pack

Pack's LinkedIn profile lists him as "CEO PruVen Business Coaching & Consulting" and no financial disclosure is available yet.

No Democrats have filed, as of yet, for the seat that was created after the 2020 Census. It was formerly held by Mark Lowery, who announced last week he was running for State Treasurer after dropping out of the Secretary of State race.