Boozman, Crawford and Griffin Win

Republican John Boozman, Defeats Senator Blanche Lincoln. John Boozman, the co-founder of Boozman-Hof Regional Eye Clinic in Rogers. Lincoln, chairs the Senate Agriculture Committee. Boozman, criticized Lincoln for supporting President Barack Obama's health care bill. Republican Rick Crawford … [Read more...]

Arkansas 2nd Congressional District Candidates Joyce Elliott and Tim Griffin on KFFB’s Open Mic

Arkansas 1st Congressional District Candidates Joyce Elliott and Tim Griffin on KFFB’s Open Mic, Friday October 29 at 7:40 am and 5:40 pm hosted by KFFB’S General Manager and owner Bob Connell. [display_podcast]  (Above) Joyce Elliott, Arkansas 1st Congressional District Candidate (Above) Tim … [Read more...]

FactCheck finds Elliott offering up of false information

Ad watches from around the country keep getting filed. While many still hit on issues, more and more are getting personal. looks into and ad from Arkansas' 2nd Congressional District in which "Democrat Joyce Elliott accuses her opponent, Tim Griffin, of violating the commandment not … [Read more...]

Talk Business Poll on the four Congressional Districts

As we enter into our last round of polling before the Nov. 2nd general election, we look at all four Congressional Districts for a snapshot of voter attitudes and comparison for how these races have moved from our baseline polling in August. Read More from Talk Business... … [Read more...]

Talk Business Poll conducted by Talk Business Research and Hendrix College Griffin Leads Elliott In Congressional Bid

A new Talk Business Poll conducted by Talk Business Research and Hendrix College shows Second District Congressional Republican nominee Tim Griffin with a 17-point lead over his Democratic opponent, Joyce Elliott. In a survey conducted on Tuesday night, August 17, 2010, Griffin leads Elliott … [Read more...]

Joyce Elliott unveils her Clean UP Congress Plan

The Joyce Elliott for U.S. Congress campaign unveiled its first television ad for the general election.  The ad highlights the frustration with Washington that many Arkansans have expressed.  The opening sequence of the ad features newspaper headlines of the recent problems in Congress including: … [Read more...]