Sen. Blanche Lincoln, Lt. Gov Bill Halter, and D.C. Morrison

On November 3, 1998, Senator Blanche Lincoln made history when she became the youngest woman ever elected to the United States Senate at the age of 38. Lincoln made history again on September 9, 2009, when she was tapped as Chairman of the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry Committee. Senator Lincoln’s tenure has been marked by an expanding list of accomplishments, a willingness to seek bipartisan solutions, and a fierce loyalty to the people of Arkansas and their shared values. Lt. Gov. Bill Halter is Arkansas’ 14th Lieutenant Governor. He brings extensive experience in both the public and private sectors to his office. He has served as an economic adviser to the President of the United States and to the U.S. Senate, led the Social Security Administration, advised Fortune 500 companies, and served on the Boards of Directors of information technology and life sciences companies. D.C. Morrison is a businessman from Little Rock, Arkansas.

Sen. Blanche Lincoln, Lt. Gov Bill Halter, and D.C. Morrison