Halter fires back | Arkansas Blog

Monday, March 29, 2010

Halter fires back

Posted By on Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 11:50 AM

New TV from Bill Halter returns fire rather obliquely at the negative pounding he's taking from Sen. Blanche Lincoln. (I don't guess that's actually a photo of Halter hunting with his father. No guns visible.)

News release, and a website link, are more direct.

“In recent days we have seen Senator Lincoln bringing the Washington's way of doing things back here to Arkansas," said Halter campaign manager Carol Butler. "Arkansas workers themselves have said she's being misleading in her television ads, in the mail and on recorded phone calls. We have launched a section on our website at www.billhalter.com/factcheck, to set the record straight and tell voters the truth. Lt. Gov. Halter would like Arkansans to know there are real differences between himself and Senator Lincoln. We hope Sen. Lincoln will join us in an honest debate of ideas in front of voters."


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