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Monday, October 20, 2008

Halters have second daughter

Posted By on Mon, Oct 20, 2008 at 9:20 AM

Lt. Gov. Bill Halter's wife Shanti gave birth today to the couple's second daughter, Julia Nancy.

NORTH LITTLE ROCK (October 20, 2008) -- Lieutenant Governor Bill Halter and his wife, Shanti, today celebrate the birth of a baby girl, Julia Nancy Halter, at Baptist Health Medical Center-North Little Rock.

"God has blessed us with a second beautiful, healthy baby girl. Mother and daughter are doing great.  Lauren is very excited about her new baby sister and I couldn't be happier," Lieutenant Governor Halter said.  "We want to thank everyone who has kept us in their thoughts and prayers."

Julia Nancy Halter weighed 6 pounds 8 ounces at birth and is 19.5 inches long.

Arkansas voters elected Bill Halter to a four-year term as Lieutenant Governor in November 2006, shortly after Lauren's birth.  The Halters live in North Little Rock.


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