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Posted By on Mon, May 1, 2006 at 3:33 PM

Hillary Rodham Clinton, re-election in progress and all, will visit Arkansas this summer. She'll be in Rogers July 15 to speak to the Arkansas Federation of Democratic Women. (Believe it or not, there is a robust and impressive Democratic women's group in Benton County.) From the news release:

“Senator Clinton has long been an inspiration for women everywhere,” Democratic Party of Arkansas Chairman Jason Willett said. “She’s a tireless fighter for women and women’s rights and it’s thrilling to know she’ll be in Arkansas this summer to share her wisdom with Arkansas Democratic women during their state convention.”

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