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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

First in

Posted By on Tue, Jan 29, 2008 at 1:38 PM

We mentioned his interest previously, but he had to re-establish a residence in the district first. Now Ed Linck has announced for House District 38, currently held by Rep. David Johnson of Little Rock, who's running for Senate.

Long news release. But one little word is missing from it and the homepage of his website -- Republican. (He does mention a GOP link on his affiliations page, along with being co-founder of the Arkansas Young Professional Network.) We don't blame him, given the current status of things, for omitting that salient point on his resume press release.

Rep. Steve Harrelson's tip sheet currently has Jeff Dailey as a maybe on the Democratic side.

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