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Thursday, November 8, 2007

Legislative races

Posted By on Thu, Nov 8, 2007 at 10:00 AM

Steve Harrelson's Under the Dome is keeping up. Among others, he says it looks liike Jordan Johnson is going after the seat being vacated by Rep. David Johnson so he can run for Jim Argue's Senate seat. Johnson was in the field in 2006 for the House race won down the hill by Rep. Kathy Webb. Harrelson thinks Republican Ed Linck will make whatever move is necessary to seek that seat, too. Linck is part of the thousand-year-Right movement arising from Young Republicans and the Arkansas Young Professionals Network.

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