Articles tagged with: Jeremy Hutchinson
Arkansas entered the day as a state what was represented primarily by Democrats in Washington.
Now, Republicans dominate the state’s congressional delegation.
Here’s how it went down:
* In a hotly contested Senate race, Republican John Boozman defeated Democrat Blanche Lincoln. The final vote hasn’t been tallied yet, but that race was called in Boozman’s favor as soon as the polls closed.
Lincoln, the incumbent senator, angered Arkansas voters with her support of health care reform. The voters responded as expected, leaving Boozman as the first Republican senator from Arkansas since Tim Hutchinson embarrassed …
Commentary, Politics »
A lawyer friend of mine called the other day and he was irate about those automated phone calls that he’s received lately.
His point was this — “robocalls” from politicians are prohibited under Ark. Code Ann. 5-63-204, so why are voters annoyed with them?
That question has been answered by a couple of other publications here in the Natural State (more on that in a minute), but I’ll go ahead and beat that dead horse, anyway. Why? Because those automated calls aggravate the dickens out of me so I might as well …