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BILL HAMMONS' AMERICAN POLITICS GUIDE: TOTAL POLITICS

UPS Employee, Army Veteran Trevor Drown

2010 Independent Candidate for US Senate from Arkansas

(Click above on the candidate's name for that candidate's campaign website, if a campaign site exists)



The 2010 Arkansas US Senate Candidates include:

(Arkansas' 2008 Partisan Voting Index: R+3)

US Senator Blanche Lincoln (D)

Congressman, Ex-Rogers School Board Member, Optometrist, Rancher John Boozman (R)

Greenland Mayor, Retired Auto Engineer, Anti-Nuclear Activist John Gray (G)

UPS Employee, Army Veteran Trevor Drown (I)

Technology Consultant, Gun Rights Activist Christopher Nogy (I)



2010 Arkansas Senatorial Primary Candidates who also ran included:

Lt. Governor, Ex-US Social Security Commissioner, Economist Bill Halter (D)

State Senate Minority Leader, Ex-State GOP Chair, University Administrator Gilbert Baker (R)

Businessman Curtis Coleman (R)

Businessman, Anti-Tax Activist Tom Cox (R)

State Senator, Businessman, '82 Gubernatorial Candidate Kim Hendren (R)

Ex-State Sen., Ex-State Rep., Christian Youth Counselor, '06 Lt. Gov. Nominee, '04 US Sen. Nominee Jim Holt (R)

FedEx Truck Driver, Real Estate Investor Fred Ramey (R)

Retired Army Officer, Iraq War Veteran, Businessman Conrad Reynolds (R)

Financial Advisor, Community College Instructor, Army Veteran Buddy Rogers (R)

Teacher, IT Consultant Ed Frizzell (I)



Click here for Arkansas' Governor and the entire US Congressional delegation for the State of Arkansas (Arkansas Senators and Representatives) in the 111th United States Congress, current through the year 2010

Arkansas Governor / Sr. US Senator from Arkansas / Jr. US Senator from Arkansas
AR 1st / AR 2nd / AR 3rd / AR 4th



























































































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