Lincoln Has New Campaign Site, E-mail Funds Push

Nice catch over at Tim Griffin’s blog, where he has what he says is the text of a February 10 fundraising e-mail circulated by Sen. Blanche Lincoln. It’s all about those dastardly unaccountable Wall Street types and their fat bonuses:

I need your help to send a message to my colleagues in the Senate and the executives on Wall Street that Americans are fed up. They need to hear from you that you are fed up with the way they’re wasting your money. They need to hear that you demand accountability and reasonable limits on extravagant salaries.

Moreover, Lincoln’s snappy new 2010 campaign website appears to be fully operational. (Last week, we took a look at the senator’s vastly improved office site.)

And of course, Griffin himself has floated the possibility that he’ll challenge Lincoln from the GOP side.

UPDATE: An Arkansas Project correspondent notes that the Lincoln campaign site has been up since December. But since it only just became known to me today and I am the center of the universe, I’m still classifying it as “new.”

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4 thoughts on “Lincoln Has New Campaign Site, E-mail Funds Push

  • February 18, 2009 at 10:34 am
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    Anyone notice how much money Blanche Lincoln took from these Wall Street banks when she sat on the Finance Committee in the Senate…$892,000 just from Finance and Insurance… wow… she never even raised a finger in good times and now she is sending out this email. I think this will bit her in her rear.

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  • February 18, 2009 at 10:53 am
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    Man. I bet the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate this cycle will really whoop up on her. They are gonna beat her faster than you can say “Former Senator.” She might as well resign now.

    First that HUGE “card check” issue that is burning on the forefront of every Arkansans mind, and now this?

    Yup. I do believe that _________________(R-Arkansas) will be the next U.S. Senator after November 2010.

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  • February 18, 2009 at 11:13 am
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    Glad you stand for status quo Br549. She has been such an outstanding leader really watching over all these “evil” banks… such a joke.

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  • February 18, 2009 at 2:14 pm
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    Love a good “status quote”

    Dont hurt yourself out there.

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