In 2004, George W. Bush carried Arkansas’s Second District with 51% of the vote, while John McCain won with 54% in 2008. The PVI rating for the district is R+5 and Cook Political Report rates the general election a “lean Republican.” Tim Griffin has proven that he is prepared to put this seat back in the Republican column, and his positive vision for Arkansas and America will lead him to victory over whichever Pelosi ally emerges from the Democrat runoff.
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