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Sen. Blanche Lincoln, Arkansas Democrat, acknowledges her supporters during her concession speech on Tuesday in Little Rock, Ark., as her husband, Steve, looks on. (Associated Press)

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Blanche Lambert Lincoln

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Sen. Mark Pryor and Sen. Blanche Lincoln, Arkansas Democrats, joined with Republicans in the filibuster, which led Sen. John McCain, the ranking Republican on the Armed Services Committee, to declare the filibuster effort bipartisan.

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Sen. Mark Pryor and Sen. Blanche Lincoln, Arkansas Democrats, joined with Republicans in the filibuster, which led Sen. John McCain, the ranking Republican on the Armed Services Committee, to declare the filibuster effort bipartisan.

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In this photo taken Aug. 18, 2010, U.S. Sen. Blanche Lincoln, D-Ark., is interviewed at her campaign headquarters in Little Rock, Ark. Ignoring Republican complaints about wasteful federal spending, Democratic Sen. Blanche Lincoln is reminding voters _ in dollars _ of what's she's done for Arkansas during nearly 12 years in Washington. Defending projects typically derided as pork is a tricky stance for a vulnerable incumbent, but Lincoln has turned her re-election fight into an argument for pet projects.(AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

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Sen. Blanche Lincoln and her husband, Steve, fill out paperwork at their polling place in Little Rock, Ark. The Democrat remained confident on Tuesday afternoon, issuing a statement declaring she "has fought off this challenge from outside groups and ends the primary election period battle tested."

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GETTY IMAGES From left, Sens. Thomas R. Carper of Delaware, Evan Bayh of Indiana and Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas are among the members of the newly formed Moderate Dems Working Group. The group of 15 will meet to focus on legislative battles, such as the president's $3.6 trillion budget proposal.