Election 2010: Arkansas U.S. Senate Race - Republican Tom Cox Polls Ahead of Sen. Blanche Lincoln

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Arkansas T.E.A. Party leader Tom Cox out polling the incumbent democratic senator in a head to head matchup in a report released Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Just as close is Tom Cox, head of the Arkansas T.E.A. Party, who leads Lincoln 43% to 40%, with six percent (6%) favoring another candidate and 11% undecided.

Rasmussen Reports, in a just released poll shows Arkansas T.E.A. Party leader Tom Cox out polling the incumbent democratic senator in a head to head matchup in a report released Tuesday, September 29, 2009. “Just as close is Tom Cox, head of the Arkansas T.E.A. Party, who leads Lincoln 43% to 40%, with six percent (6%) favoring another candidate and 11% undecided.”

Tom Cox was the first Tea Party organizer in the United States to declare his candidacy for a federal office when he announced he would run against incumbent Senator Blanche Lincoln at a Tea Party Rally June 15, 2009.

“Our voices will finally be heard. People are tired of politics and business as usual in Washington. For years many just shook their head and went about their business, but Arkansans have grown weary of professional politicians whose major concern is the next election and how they can stay in office. They are looking for straight talk, common sense, and someone who will listen and take their message to Washington,” Cox said after seeing the polling results.

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