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57 min ago | Townhall
Some Democrats are exuding more temerity when it comes to what they support and how they say it.
3 hrs ago | KSFO-AM San Francisco
An unexpected issue popped up in the Arkansas Senate race this week -- Ebola. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., released an ad titled "Emergency Response," highlighting the recent Ebola outbreak, saying his opponent Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., voted against funding for medical disaster aid.
5 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Yesterday, state treasurer Doug Ducey won the GOP nomination for governor to replace Jan Brewer in Arizona.
8 hrs ago | Politico
A monkey, some hungry alligators, a bullet-ridden television set and the Ebola virus.
Democratic congressional hopeful James Lee Witt's campaign says it's removing or properly labeling a batch of yard signs that didn't have the proper disclaimers on them after state Republicans complained about them to the Federal Election Commission.
It's silly season on television, as candidates compete on crowded airwaves for voters' dwindling attention.
BACK IN THE NEWS: Seven years later, GOP tries to score points against Mike Ross on his sale of Prescott drugstore to pharmacy chain.
Health care premiums for Obamacare policies in Arkansas will decrease by two percent on average in 2015, undermining conservative predictions of double or triple digit increases.
A new ad from Sen. Mark Pryor cites the Ebola outbreak in West Africa to hit GOP opponent Rep. Tom Cotton for cuts to medical and emergency programs.
Democrats won't be mounting a big political offensive around the Affordable Care Act any time soon, but they're beginning to test the pro-Obamacare waters.
With just 10 weeks separating us from our favorite biennial event, let's go through 10 things -- 10 weeks, 10 things....get it? -- that I think we know about the midterm election to come.
The hot-button issue of immigration pushed Rep. Tom Cotton into politics, and now he's using the issue to push Sen. Mark Pryor out of the Senate.
Former Republican Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee walks past video cameras after a news conference in Little Rock, Ark., Monday, Aug. 25, 2014.
The beginning of the school year means the return of a Conway faith-based tradition more than a decade old.
The other day, I noted that Karl Rove's Crossroads GPS is up with a new ad that slices and dices Dem Senator Mark Pryor's quotes to create the impression he supports raising the Social Security retirement age in ways that should frighten today's seniors.
That's Sen. Mark Pryor, talking about his cancer treatment and the fight he had with his insurance company to get it covered and how Obamacare means that fight between cancer patients and their insurance companies won't have to happen anymore.
The Affordable Care Act was supposed to be a slam dunk issue for the Republicans in this fall's elections.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 02:13 pm
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