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There are certain candidates who may get overlooked on a full ballot or a bulging list of endorsements not because they'd be such bad choices but because they'd be such good ones. So the obvious picks may not even be mentioned in the run-up to the election.

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  • Dontcallmenames
    May 14, 2014 at 8:38 a.m.

    Sorry, but voting for blue-dogs Demos like Mike Ross over the last 50 years has brought us to where we are now in Arkansas...thinking that gay "marriage" should be legalized. Thanks to all you farmers and blue-collar workers, you wanted a blue-dog state, well now you're getting a blue state with laws issued by ONE JUDGE who overruled the will of the majority of Arkansas!

  • carpenterretired
    May 14, 2014 at 9:05 a.m.

    To be a true conservative republican one has to be tough enough to let the sick die ,the poor starve and the old perish if they cannot pay their own way. If a six year old kid was about to eat a hot dog purchased with food stamps Asa would not be tough enough to take the hot dog away from the kid he would let the kid eat the hot dog Asa may be a R.I.N.O..

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