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Wednesday, October 4, 2006

The Huckster stumps

Posted By on Wed, Oct 4, 2006 at 1:47 PM

At last, The Huckster does a little campaigning for Arkansas candidates. Stubby Stumbaugh, soon to be thrashed by U.S. Rep. Marion Berry, reports that The Huckster is taking a break from Iowa long enough to do a little traveling with him Thursday and that he'll also make appearances for Chee Chee Tamburo in Heber Springs and Billie Sue Hoggard in Jonesboro. He'll cap the day with a Lincoln Day appearance in Newport. For Stubby's sake, we hope the Huck-a-fundraiser does better for him than the sportsmen's event did for A$a. The lame duck drew a whopping 50 huntsmen, according to the D-G.

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