Thursday, September 30, 2010

US Chamber of Commerce Endorses Crawford for Congress

US Chamber of Commerce Endorses Crawford for Congress
“Pro Business Group’s Endorsement Continues to Build Crawford’s Main Street Momentum”


Jonesboro- Today, the United States Chamber of Commerce added it’s sought after endorsement to the long list of respected groups and leaders that have thrown their support behind Rick Crawford’s campaign for Congress. In a letter Chamber President Tom Donohue stated; “It is the Chambers goal to elect a pro-business Congress and work diligently in the interests of businesses large and small to advance legislation that encourages economic growth, job creation, and a less intrusive federal government Your support of pro-business issues earned this endorsement.”

The US Chamber of Commerce represents more than 3 million US businesses across the United States, 96% of which have fewer than 100 employees.

Crawford added, “This is another great endorsement and I am honored to have this great organizations support. As a small business owner I know how important it is that we protect and defend our small business community in the first district. As the first districts representative I will not rest when it comes to advocating for our Arkansas business’s by extending the small business taxes cuts and repealing ObamaCare.”

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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Razorback Lessons - John Boozman



Tags: John Boozman, Razorback lessons, candidate, 2010 Election, US Senate

Monday, September 6, 2010

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Arkansas Being Painted Red

ARRA News Service. - The liberal New York Times indicates as of 8/31/10 that Arkansas is going "red" (Republican) in the November elections. However, conservatives are not resting but are out there on all fronts in Arkansas working to see that this occurs. The latest NYT status report for Congress:

Arkansas Senate Profile
Democratic Incumbent
Blanche Lincoln

Republican
John Boozman
New York Times Race Rating

Leaning Republican
Lincoln avoided being swept up by the anti-incumbent mood in the primary election, she remains one of the most vulnerable Democratic senators. Republicans view the race in Arkansas as one of their best opportunities to pick up a Democratic seat. The Republican candidate in the race, Representative John Boozman, has the benefit of the political environment on his side.

Arkansas 1st District Profile
Democratic
Chad Causey

Republican
Rick Crawford
New York Times Race Rating

Leaning Republican

Arkansas 2nd District Profile
Democratic
Joyce Elliott

Republican
Tim Griffin
New York Times Race Rating

Solid Republican

Arkansas 3rd District Profile
Democratic
David Whitaker

Republican
Steve Womack
New York Times Race Rating

Solid Republican

Arkansas 4th District Profile
Democratic Incumbent
Mike Ross

Republican
Beth Anne Rankin
New York Times Race Rating

Leaning Democrat


Tags: Arkansas, US Congress, political races, US Senate, US House, AR-01, AR-02, AR-03, AR-04, Republicans, Democrats, painting Arkansas Red, Election 2010