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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Princella Smith is in

Posted By on Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 1:43 PM

The Republican native of Wynne has set her announcement for 1st District Congress.

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PRINCELLA SMITH ANNOUNCES RUN FOR CONGRESS
Wynne native to run in Republican Primary for Arkansas’ 1st District

WHEN:      Saturday, February 20, 2010
                11:00 am
  
WHERE:    E.U. DeShay Park
                G Street & Williams
                Wynne, AR

WHO:       Princella Smith, candidate for Congress, District 1
  
WHAT:      Announcement of candidacy for United States Congress
  
WHY:        Raised in Wynne by her father John Smith, a former school board president and the minister at Christian Fellowship Church and her mother Sandra Smith, the vice   principal at Wynne High School, Princella will work to bring real solutions and new leadership to Arkansas.

The granddaughter of a farmer and a former Wynne Yellow Jacket basketball player, Princella has worked with Newt Gingrich, former Arkansas Lt. Governor Win Rockefeller, former Arkansas Governor and Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, RNC Chairman Michael Steele’s U.S. Senate campaign and U.S. Congressman John Boozman.  A national political advocate and activist, Princella was a featured speaker at the 2004 Republican National Convention.  Now, she is considering engaging in the most powerful act of citizenry other than voting: exploring a run for U.S. Congress in Arkansas.

Princella is a graduate of Ouachita Baptist University where she earned her B.A. in Political Science with a Minor in Communications and History.  She is also a graduate of the Buckley School of Public Speaking.

For more information, log on to www.PrincellaSmith.com

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