Hot Springs attorney announces for 4th district

Q. Byrum Hurst will join D.C. Morrison and state Sen. Gene Jeffress in the Democratic race for the open fourth congressional district seat heading into the 2012 election season.

Hurst, a Hot Springs attorney, said in his announcement Monday that he will push to put Arkansas’ economic-development issues to the front of his race, according to KATV.

That makes for three and three so far with the above Democrats pitted against Republicans Tom Cotton, John Cowart and Beth Anne Rankin.

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