Where's the beef? | Arkansas Blog

Friday, April 9, 2010

Where's the beef?

Posted By on Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 11:25 AM

Campaign fundraising figures are starting to leak out from numerous campaigns. Last week it was announced that the Halter campaign had raised $2 million, Lincoln closer to $5 million. But what about the GOP side? There's been some speculation that a poor showing from Rep. John Boozman could open the door for other candidates to become the proverbial "frontrunner."

On the House side of things, in the second district, Tim Griffin announced earlier today that he has raised around $175,000 in the first quarter. David Boling isn't doing too bad either. But what about Robbie Wills and Joyce Elliott? We've asked around. Wills campaign manager Kyle Gott says they'll likely release some numbers on Tuesday or Wednesday of next week. We didn't get a call back from the Elliott campaign.

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