Archive for the ‘ICYMI’ Category

View photos from the 35th Annual JJ Dinner with President Bill Clinton

View photos from the 35th Annual JJ Dinner with President Bill Clinton

The 35th annual JJ Dinner, held on Friday, July 15, 2006, at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock was a tremendous success. We hosted nearly 2,000 Democrats the largest and most important fundraiser for the Democratic Party of Arkansas. This event helps us continue our work electing Arkansas Democrats across the state. CLICK HERE to […]

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In Memoriam: Wayne Dowd

In Memoriam: Wayne Dowd

  CLICK HERE to read the Arkansas Times article on former State Senator Wayne Dowd. CLICK HERE to read the Senate biography of former State Senator Wayne Dowd.

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@ARGOP Officially Surrenders on Healthcare

@ARGOP Officially Surrenders on Healthcare

“Yes, it’s time that we take advantage of offerings from the federal government, whether it’s a highway program that if we come up with $200 million in match, we can build and improve our highways. Whether it’s health care, if it’s offered from the federal government, then we should seize upon it to help the […]

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ICYMI: Arkansas Democrat Gazette article on 2016 Filing

ICYMI: Arkansas Democrat Gazette article on 2016 Filing

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Brian Fanney November 1, 2015 “Running for state representative is like running for president now or running for senator,” he said. “Instead of dealing with issues that are going to affect Arkadelphia or White Hall, whether it’s pre-K or minimum wage or if our streets are getting paved, they have to worry […]

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ICYMI: Filing Week Begins

ICYMI: Filing Week Begins

“Another notable filing was that of Conner Eldridge of Fayetteville, a Democrat who’ll challenged incumbent Republican Sen. John Boozman. A national level race means get ready for some TV advertising next fall. Boozman, though low-profile even in his home state, is the favorite if for no other reason than Republican dominance in Arkansas in the […]

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