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Leslie Rutledge 1h
Great turnout tonight for ’s Taco Tuesday fundraiser! Enjoyed catching up with many friends, including my Congressman, . His leadership has made an even better place to live, work & raise a family — let’s all do our part to support him!
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Clarke Tucker 2h
Staying up late tonight working hard to prep for tomorrow’s debate.
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Clarke Tucker 5h
My opponent declined to participate in a debate, so tomorrow night I answer YOUR questions in a solo and Talk Business and Politics candidate forum with and . Submit questions to roby@talkbusiness.net and tune in online!
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Charlie Collins 8h
I've been prepared for her to have a big month, so hold your horses & look at the balances too... Hint: Mine is larger...
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Greg Leding 2h
Not sure if you live in Senate District 4? Check out this interactive Google map: If you live in the district and want a sign, let us know: Join our mailing list here:
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Sen. Jason Rapert 12h
Too bad my opponent is determined to conceal her views from the conservative voters in my district. Her refusal to answer questions is answer enough.
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Asa Hutchinson 4h
There are fewer than 50 days until Election Day - let’s keep Arkansas moving in the right direction!
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Chintan Desai for Congress 10h
A supremely Bad Take from Wilbur Ross. I guarantee you that Arkansas farmers have definitely noticed the tariffs and they and everyone else are bothered by what rising prices will do to livelihoods of farmers and local economics.
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Gov. Asa Hutchinson 7h
September is Rice Month, and I’m proud to serve as governor of the state that grows more than any other. Rice is Arkansas’s No. 1 agriculture product. We produce 40 percent of all the rice grown in the U.S. Thanks to all of our hard working rice farmers.
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Clarke Tucker 13h
I am excited to be endorsed by the and share their commitment to protecting and restoring our natural environment.
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Susan Inman Sep 17
I called for Arkansas to move to a universal system in a op-ed published yesterday. Vote By Mail: 🔸saves Arkansas taxpayers millions 🔸increases voter participation 🔸reduces the possibility of hacking What is waiting for?
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Conduit News 13h
An Arkansas nursing home is being sued for sexual harassment and retaliation. Employees allege that Happy Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation in Malvern failed to address sexual harassment complaints and terminated those employees for complaining of the harassment.
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Daniel Bishop 2h
Here’s your sign to vote for . Out decorating yards in Conway tonight.
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