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States of the Union: Arkansas

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

In the last 16 years, Arkansas has produced two major presidential hopefuls with two very different political views. Find out how both Bill Clinton and Mike Huckabee succeeded in the Natural State. Also: we look at which issues matter most to voters in one of the country’s poorest states as they head into their Feb. 5 primary. Janine Parry is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Arkansas and Director of the Arkansas Poll.

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Janine Parry
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