Two candidates for Little Rock mayor are advancing to a runoff after none of the five received 40 percent of the vote in Tuesday’s election.
Frank Scott Jr. held a lead throughout the evening while Baker Kurrus narrowly defeated Warwick Sabin to come in second. After learning that he was in the runoff, Scott said he was extremely excited.
"I'm emotional, I'm intense, I'm grateful, I'm joyful, humble, and very excited that we led through early voting and Election Day," he said.
Kurrus said he's thrilled to keep fighting.