King vs. Stoppel: District 91 House Race

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette continues its examination of legislative races in Arkansas, with an in-depth look at the District 91 House race between incumbent GOP Rep. Bryan King and Democratic challenger David Stoppel.

District 91 covers faraway Carroll County. King is the incoming minority leader, and this race was in the news a few months back when Democratic Rep. Robbie Wills, incoming speaker of the house, and several other Democratic legislators hosted a fundraiser for King.

Noted: For some reason, Stoppel has a prominent link to obnoxious liberal advocacy group “Moveon.org” on the front page of his website, presumably as shorthand so all the dope-smoking hippies in Eureka Springs will know that he’s a “righteous dude.”

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2 thoughts on “King vs. Stoppel: District 91 House Race

  • October 23, 2008 at 10:35 pm
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    Stoppel calls himself a Democrat nowadays? Hmmmm… Don’t get me wrong. I won’t argue that he is and has always been a Democrat, but the last I heard him talking, he called himself a Republican.

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  • October 24, 2008 at 10:10 am
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    Stoppel isn’t anything but an idiot. He’s got no business running for anything.

    Bryan King is going to monkey stomp him next month. King works that district really hard and he know his voters well. Look for King to win it by about a 60-40 margin.

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