Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Arkansas GOP Responds To Conner Eldridge Senate Announcement

by J. Isaac Foley, Political Director, Republican party of Arkansas: In 2010, President Obama, who boasts a 38% approval rating in Arkansas, said, “I am pleased to nominate Conner Eldridge to serve the people of Arkansas as a United States Attorney.” Following his appointment, Eldridge served under Attorneys General Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch.

Republican Party of Arkansas Chairman Doyle Webb made the following statement:
“Arkansans made it clear over the past three election cycles that the destructive, liberal policies of Barack Obama are not welcome here. Conner Eldridge has likened himself to Obama, which is not surprising given Obama’s appointing him US Attorney.”-------------
Editor's Comment: Eldridge was a legislative assistant for Rep. Marion Berry (1st District) and a legislative correspondent for Senator Blanche Lincoln. He has never been elected to office.

1st Term Senator John Boozman in 2010 defeated 57.9% to 37% incumbent two term Sen. Blanche Lincoln. Boozman served previously for 11 years as U.S. Representative of Arkansas 3rd District. He is running for his second Senate term.

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