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Monday, November 9, 2015

Curtis Coleman indicates he'll take on incumbent Sen. John Boozman

Posted By on Mon, Nov 9, 2015 at 10:00 AM

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Republican U.S. Sen. John Boozman filed for re-election today and it looks like he may have to spend some of his treasury in a Republican primary unless somebody hacked Curtis Coleman's website to produce the image above. Says the notice:

It's time Arkansas and the Constitution of the United States had a champion in the U.S. Senate! Curtis Coleman is a courageous conservative who is passionately committed to the Constitution.

Filing closes at noon.

Coleman's last outing was a spanking by Asa Hutchinson in the 2014 gubernatorial primary. He got 4.9 percent of the vote in the 2010 primary won by Boozman.

UPDATE: Coleman has filed. He criticized Boozman for votes to raise the debt limit.

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