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Senate Democrats quietly celebrate former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's announcement that he plans to spend $50 million this year to build a grass-roots network pushing for new gun controls.
What a return to Arkansas after three weeks away. Spring exploded. Pink flowers bloomed on my new dogwood.
With a proposal for a series of "Lincoln-Douglas style" debates around Arkansas with Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, Republican Rep. Tom Cotton could change the dynamics in a race that's mostly been waged through an increasingly costly television ad blitz.
I think it unwittingly revealed the core of Republican thinking. It came from Stu Soffer , a Republican member of both the state and Jefferson County Election Commissions.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is raising his national profile and raising funds as he keeps an eye on running for the Republican presidential nomination.
Laura Barron-Lopez at the Hill reports that sources say that the State Department will extend the review period for the Keystone XL pipeline , which would potentially push the decision back until after the midterm elections: The administration is stopping the clock on the review of the project, one source said, while they await the outcome of ... (more)
The state of Arkansas appealing a federal judge's ruling striking down the 12-week abortion ban the legislature passed in 2012, the latest in the race for U.S. Senate between Tom Cotton and Mark Pryor, the latest silliness in the judicial eligibility controversy and where we are with health care expansion in Arkansas and nationally - all covered on ... (more)
Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor has a series of ads out alleging his GOP foe, Rep. Tom Cotton, of seeking to change Medicare into a "voucher system."
Readers were asked: "Sen. Mark Pryor and other senators want the president to act on the Keystone XL pipeline by May 31. Should construction of the Keystone XL pipeline be approved?" There were 293 responses: 182 said "No" 111 said "Yes" The current Online Poll question is: There are term limits on the presidency.
Interesting panel discussion this morning on race and ethnicity at the River Market's Ron Robinson Theater in the River Market.
Mitch McConnell won't be Senate Majority Leader after November. And thanks to Alison Lundergan Grimes, he won't even be in the Senate.
I was just mentioning how hard the GOP's path to the Senate majority was, and Karl Rove's Crossroads decided to support my thesis by polling a bunch of the key Senate races.
The New York Times reports on a trend in Republican primaries: candidates offer up sweepstakes with a gun as the prize to attract interest -and collect personal data - from the GOP base.
Tom Cotton is your basic republican red-state fantasy candidate. He is 36 years old, a former Army captain who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan, and a graduate of Harvard University and Harvard Law.
Although some of the polls are from Democratic-leaning groups and each of the polls find him with a razor-thin lead, the fact that a rough handful of surveys found Pryor in the lead is notable given that Pryor is considered one of the most endangered Democrats in the 2014 election cycle.