Since none of the candidates received the required 40% of the vote for mayor of Little Rock, the top two finishers, Frank Scott Jr. and Baker Kurrus, will battle it out Tuesday, Dec. 4. Early voting began Tuesday, Nov. 27.
Scott, 34, is a banking executive, former highway commissioner and former director of intergovernmental affairs. Kurrus, 64, is a lawyer, farmer, former executive vice president and general counsel for the Winrock Group, Inc., as well as the former LRSD superintendent (2015-16).
– Chris Keene, Ghidotti Communications