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Two-term Sen. Blanche Lincoln, who has been a pivotal figure for the Democrats in mustering support for health care reform, finds herself in statistical dead-heats when matched against six potential Republican challengers for her seat, according to a Mason-Dixon poll conducted Jan. 18-20 for the Arkansas News Bureau/Stevens Media.
Lincoln has leads within the poll's 4 point margin of error against four of the Republicans and trails two. A seventh Republican, Rep. John Boozman, said this week he might also get into the race.
Lincoln leads businessman Curtis Coleman 40 percent to 39 percent with 21 percent undecided; former Army Col. Conrad Reynolds by 41 percent to 38 percent with 21 percent undecided; state Sen. Kim Hendren by 43 percent to 38 percent with 19 percent undecided; and, Tea Party activist Tom Cox by 41 percent to 38 percent with 21 percent undecided.
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