One aspect of electioneering is quickly becoming a relic. The political jingle, a catchy campaign tune that could connect a candidate with the office he or she was running for, has fallen by the wayside in national, state and local campaigns.
Retired Senator Dale Bumpers is regarded by politicians on both sides of the aisle as an eloquent speaker and a fair-minded public servant. He served 24 years in the U.S. Senate, a Democrat from Arkansas. Before that, he was the state's governor for four years.