LITTLE ROCK — Two advertising agents who created a Gatorade ad featuring Michael Jordan want the state Democratic Party to stop running radio ads they say use music and lyrics they wrote without their permission.
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LITTLE ROCK — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike Ross on Wednesday touted his support from black leaders, including the entire membership of the Arkansas Legislative Black Caucus.
WASHINGTON — The Arkansas Democratic and Republican state parties have received more than $7 million from their national affiliates this campaign cycle, largely to help bolster the election efforts of candidates running for U.S. Senate and Congress.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas’ major-party candidates for governor and the 1st District congressional seat are among the speakers scheduled to address the Delta Grassroots Caucus’ fall regional conference in Helena-West Helena this week, the caucus said Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK — State Republican Party Chairman Doyle Webb on Tuesday released payroll records of Democratic attorney general candidate Nate Steel and said they show Steel has been “double-dipping” on both salary and retirement benefits.
LITTLE ROCK — Several state legislators and advocates for domestic abuse victims discussed legislation they would like to see enacted in the upcoming session during a rally for domestic peace at the state Capitol on Tuesday.
LITTLE ROCK — Republican gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson has raised nearly $266,000 more than Democratic candidate Mike Ross in October, according to campaign finance reports filed Tuesday with the secretary of state’s office.
LITTLE ROCK — One of the most hard-fought state legislative races in Arkansas is the contest for the seat now held by Rep. John Edwards, D-Little Rock, who is prohibited by term limits from seeking a fourth term.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Monday rejected a challenge to a proposed initiated act that would raise the state minimum wage gradually from $6.25 an hour to $8.50 an hour by 2017.
LITTLE ROCK — Republican 2nd District congressional candidate French Hill on Monday accused Democratic candidate Patrick Hays of misrepresenting his record on gun rights, a charge that Hays called misleading and desperate.