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Thursday, August 27, 2009

U.S. Senate sweepstakes

Posted By on Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 7:12 AM

John Brummett still thinks the Republican senatorial nominee  will be Tom Cotton, who doesn't live here, or Sen. Gilbert Baker, who hasn't decided whether to run. (What? Are Curtis Coleman and Kim Hendren and etc. chopped liver? Wait. Don't answer that.)

Anyway, interest is growing. I think Baker is in. By Labor Day he'll have an exploratory committee. By the end of September, he'll have $250,000. Or, if not, he might decide to stick to his knitting. But if he can raise that much for a state senate race ...

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