Add another name to the race for the Republican nomination for US Senate. Retired television commercial actress Rosemarie Clampitt of Hot Springs was the next to the last candidate to submit papers before today`s noon political filing deadline. The 66-year-old Clampitt says her decision to run was a last-minute one. She says she made the decision because the other G-O-P candidates -- state senator Jim Holt of Springdale and former Benton County Sheriff Andy Lee -- are NOT addressing issues like illegal aliens and same-sex marriage. Clampitt says she supports President Bush`s war on terrorism but would bring American troops in Iraq home to guard the nation`s borders and to help in finding and deporting illegal aliens. Clampitt is the second US Senate candidate from Hot Springs. Democrat Lisa Burks is challenging incumbent Senator Lisa Burks in the May 18th Democratic primary.