One person was shot Wednesday at the Little Rock headquarters of the Arkansas Democratic Party, police said.
CNN affiliates report that Arkansas Democratic Party Chairman Bill Gwatney was shot.
The shooter, described as a white male, came into the headquarters before noon and asked for Arkansas Democratic Party Chairman Bill Gwatney before firing three shots, CNN affiliate KATV reported.
Little Rock police would not confirm or deny whether Gwatney was shot.
CNN affiliate KTHV reported that a witness working in a nearby shop said Gwatney's assistant ran into the shop and asked her to call 911 because the chairman had been shot.
Little Rock police Lt. Terry Hastings said that the victim was in critical condition at a hospital.
A vehicle description was provided to police, Hastings said, and officers chased the suspect into Grant County, about 20 miles south of Little Rock. Hastings said the suspect was shot and taken into custody, he said. ..
Bill Gwatney, as a superdelegate, has endorsed Hillary Clinton for President.