Herb Rule isn't going anywhere 

Herb Rule isn't going anywhere
  • Brian Chilson
  • NOT GOING ANYWHERE: Herb Rule, the Democratic 2nd Congressional District candidate who was arrested for DWI last Thursday in Fayetteville, speaks at a news conference where he reasserted his innocence and made it clear he intended to continue running. "I'll be there," he said. "I'm here for the duration."

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