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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Northside politics

Posted By on Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 11:23 AM

As Jeremy Peppas wrote last week for the Times of NLR (and which we linked), Pat Hays announced last night that he'd seek a sixth term as mayor of North Little Rock. Bubba Lloyd also said he'd get in the race. My money is on Hays.

But this blog offers a little promise that the race won't be boring. "Anybody but Patrick H. Hays in 2008" modestly begins:

Mayor Patrick H. Hays is destroying the infrastructure of the City of North Little Rock, Arkansas by ignoring the needs of its citizens while giving rich developers all they want. Here's the place for all the information you will need to make a decision in the mayor's race in 2008.

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