AR-Sen: SEIU Attacks Lincoln On HCR

The Service Employees International Union launched an ad yesterday taking Sen. Lincoln to task on her “no” vote for the “fixes” package sent from the House to the Senate following passage of the Senate’s HCR bill. In response, Friends of…

AR-Land Comm: Bryant 2.0

Discussing Democratic candidate for Land Commissioner L.J. Bryant’s commercial a couple days ago, I wrote: I like the commercial; it’s straight-forward, well-done, does not mention Bryant’s opponents by name, and takes a stance on something that most voters would naturally…

AR-02: Let’s See If This Works

The Arkansas Times tried to have a live feed of tonight’s AR-02 Democratic debate, but was unable to due to technical difficulties.  Thankfully, the most adept candidate in this race in terms of technology and social media, John Adams, is…

AR-02: More Commercials

I’m starting to feel like a TV critic over here, but ’tis the season for 30-second nuggets about goals, achievements, and sandwiches, so I press on. First up, Joyce Elliot’s second ad: I think the “isn’t like the rest…Joyce Elliott…

AR-Sec. State: Wilcox Loves Sandwiches

After L.J. Bryant and David Cook each submitted very good commercials, I started to think everyone had upped their campaign advertising game. “Self,” I said to myself, “I think we might have reached a point where candidates are actually thinking…

AR-01: Cook Launches Television Ad

BHR endorsee David Cook released his first TV commercial yesterday. I have to say, I really, really like this commercial. The Main St. theme and Cook’s lines about how he “will beat some sense into Wall Street” and how he…

AR-Land Comm: Bryant Releases Ad

I like the commercial; it’s straight-forward, well-done, does not mention Bryant’s opponents by name, and takes a stance on something that most voters would naturally agree with. The “Transparency” and “Advanced Technology” graphics were well-placed, too, in my opinion. The…

AR-02 In The Blogs: Final Debate

Via The Arkansas Blog, we have some more details on the final pre-primary debate between AR-02 Democratic candidates. Mark your calendar: The Arkansas Times will bring together the five Democratic candidates to succeed U.S. Rep. Vic Snyder for a debate…