The Republican Party of Arkansas is going after Democratic gubernatorial candidate and former Congressman Mike Ross for voting against a July 2009 amendment to the House version of Obamacare.
ARKANSAS-- The conservative republican is giving away an AR-15 rifle to supporters who enter the contest on his page.
Republican Asa Hutchinson announces new plan to cut income taxes in the state and Democrat Mike Ross fires back.
FAYETTEVILLE,AR - Tax payers won't see a change in what they pay if a bond measure for reallocating the HMR tax is voted through. However, not everyone is on board.
LITTLE ROCK, AR-- "Nowhere needs disaster relief more than Washington. No place needs to be brought together more than Congress."
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee says he's still considering a potential presidential campaign in 2016.
LITTLE ROCK-- Arkansas Second District Congressman Tim Griffin (R) says he will not seek a third term in the U.S. House of Representatives, saying he'd like to focus on his family.
Roby Brock of KNWA's content partner Talk Business has reported that Arkansas Congressman Tim Griffin will not seek a third term in office.
In 2014, all 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and 33 of the 100 seats in the Senate will be contested.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- According to Politico.com new numbers are in for four of the key Senate races of the 2014 cycle.
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -- If you're not already registered to vote, there's no better time to do it than now!
WASHINGTON - By a vote of 217-210, the House voted yesterday to cut nearly $4 billion each year, and $39 billion over the next decade, from the country's food stamp program
WASHINGTON - One day after news that the Federal Reserve Bank will maintain its current pace of bond purchasing, Wall Street will once again brace itself as House Republicans
Your business and political headlines for Thursday, September 19.
BENTONVILLE, AR-- Voters have approved the district's proposal to build a second high school.
A special election will be held Tuesday as voters will decide if tax revenue will be changing pockets for the first time in 35 years.
House Majority Leader Rep. Bruce Westerman of Hot Springs, a Republican candidate for Arkansas's Fourth Congressional District, has released the following statement on Mark Darr's decision to cancel his campaign.
Republican Lt. Gov. Mark Darr is pulling out of the race for U.S. Congress, District 4 seat.
Senator John Boozman (R) dropped by the KNWA Today studios Tuesday morning to talk farm bill and weigh in on the 2014 Senate race between Senator Mark Pryor (D) and Representative Tom Cotton (R).
The "Cotton Effect" continues this morning as State Representative Charlie Collins announces his candidacy for lieutenant governor.