NLR race dropout | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

NLR race dropout

Posted By on Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 11:33 AM

Scott Miller announced today that he was withdrawing from the race for NLR alderman, Ward 2.

NOTE FROM SCOTT MILLER

It is with great sadness and regret that I must inform you that I have to withdraw my candidacy for the North Little Rock Ward 2 Alderman.  This decision is based upon very recent changes in the medical status of a close family member which will require a significant investment of my time for the next several months.  I deeply regret this decision and I have appreciated your support and encouragement in this race.  I dearly love Argenta, Ward 2 and the City of North Little Rock and this decision has been excruciatingly difficult for me and my family.  I will be returning all campaign contributions and I will continue to strive to find ways I can serve Argenta, Ward 2 and the City of North Little Rock.

I would hope you would consider supporting Maurice Taylor for the Ward 2 Alderman in the November ballot.  Maurice's experience as a Planning Commissioner will be of great value to Ward 2.


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