Congressman Mike Ross of Prescott announced today that he will seek a third term representing southern Arkansas in Washington. Ross said he would be on the ballot in November. The Democrat has fought President Bush at nearly every turn recently, focusing his ire on the recent Medicare prescription drug bill, Bush`s tax cuts, threats to Social Security benefits and money spent on the war in Iraq. But in his announcement, Ross laid claim to the same voters Bush and Republicans have targeted. Ross said he wanted to run for re-election to "continue to fight for conservative, small-town values." In only slightly veiled references to Bush and his administration, Ross said he would ight against people who "want to divide us" and "want to run our government on a credit card with no credit limit." The Hope High School and University of Arkansas-Little Rock graduate is a member of Congress` Blue Dog Coalition and sits on the House Financial Services Committee.