The Republican incumbent had 75-percent of the vote with 74-percent of precincts reporting.
His nearest opponent, the Green Party's Rebekah Kennedy had 16-percent and Libertarian Party candidate David Pangrac had 8-percent.
Womack released the following statement Tuesday night:
America is at a tipping point, and now, more than ever, we must come together to pass real reforms--including restoring fiscal discipline, regulatory burden-relief, and corporate tax reform--to create a stable economic environment that will encourage businesses to expand, create new jobs, and, ultimately, get America back on track.
The Third District of Arkansas has a rich history of entrepreneurialism and private-sector economic growth, and I am honored to have the opportunity to continue to represent it in the United States House of Representatives. I look forward to bringing these lessons and some Arkansas common sense to Washington and thank you for your support.
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