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VOTE DRIVER: Will Mike Ross, once a driver for Bill Clinton in his early Arkansas campaigns, drive voters with Bill Clinton? Politico's Josh Gerstein examines the influence of Barack Obama and Bill Clinton on the election in Arkansas this year Unless you live in a cave, you know that the Republican strategy, from Tom Cotton and Asa Hutchinson on ... (more)
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Democrats Mark Pryor and Mike Ross took different positions on the president's federal health overhaul plan when it came before Congress four years ago.
Rasmussen, a polling firm generally viewed as having a Republican bias, follows a poll yesterday with a narrow edge for Mark Pryor in the race for the U.S. Senate with a poll showing Democrat Mike Ross leading Republican Asa Hutchinson in the race for governor 46-44 /more/ Voters in the 2nd Congressional District exhausted by the 2014 election ... (more)
Anti-abortion Republicans gathered in Little Rock today to press for a federal law to prohibit abortions at 20 weeks of pregnancy, well before fetal viability and thus unconstitutional under U.S. Supreme Court precedent.
I was informed yesterday that the Republican hatchet team's mission to dig up damaging oppo research on Democrat Clarke Tucker, candidate for House District 35 against Republican Stacy Hurst , wouldn't end with going after Tucker's four-year-old son on where he attends nursery school.
Rasmussen, a polling firm generally viewed as having a Republican bias, follows a poll yesterday with a narrow edge for Mark Pryor in the race for the U.S. Senate with a poll showing Democrat Mike Ross leading Republican Asa Hutchinson in the race for governor 46-44.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is to campaign today in Little Rock, North Little Rock and Rogers for Republican gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson.
Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor invokes the recent Ebola scare, and accuses Republican Rep. Tom Cotton of voting against measures to prepare the country for an outbreak.
I dunno. The Mark Pryor ad above is solid enough on facts. Among the victims of Rep. Tom Cotton's indiscriminate budget slashing in pursuit of the Club for Growth agenda, based on his votes, are everything from Social Security and Medicare to disaster relief money to Children's Hospital to, yes, medical research that can be useful against dread ... (more)
The Democratic candidates are observing Women's Equality Day today, the anniversary of the passage in 1920 of the amendment that gave women the vote.
The beginning of the school year means the return of a Conway faith-based tradition more than a decade old.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 07:56 am
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