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Sunday, May 14, 2006

Tis the season

Posted By on Sun, May 14, 2006 at 5:27 AM

Stephens Media's Capitol website is up and running early this Sunday and crammed with election advances.

For those disappointed by the omission of lt. gov. from the overnight open lines, here's Brummett on the subject. He's as tired of it as we are.

We confront important business in the May 23 primary, such as the well-fought battle by three talented young Democratic candidates for a real job, attorney general. Yet last week our courts and airwaves and newspapers were awash in absurdities on both sides of the lieutenant governor's contest.

And speaking of nutty lt. gov. candidates, Steve Barnes contributes some thinking on how Jim Holt might bog down Asa Hutchinson, as Ralph Reed threatens to do to the Republican ticket in Georgia.


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