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Friday, November 27, 2015

Judicial election scorecard: Kemp raising money in Bentonville with Walton help

Posted By on Fri, Nov 27, 2015 at 11:31 AM

Here's an invitation to a fund-raising event for Circuit Judge Dan Kemp, opposing Justice Courtney Goodson for the open chief justice seat on the Arkansas Supreme Court.

There's no shortage of conservative business money in this lineup, from Jim Walton and his lobbyist Burt Stacy to Joe Maynard and Brenda Vassaur Taylor, both leaders in the Tea Partyish Conduit for Action organization pushing to, among others, eradicate Obamacare from the land.

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I wrote earlier about one Goodson fund-raiser. Looks like you'll find Republicans and big business on both sides.

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