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Thursday, April 1, 2010

The kid's got spunk

Posted By on Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 4:33 PM

Second district congressional candidate Patrick Kennedy calls out his opponents for not making their stands on specific issues known. Kennedy tweets, "I'm willing to work for your vote, while Joyce, Robbie and David expect it. Enough BS - what are you running on? http://tinyurl.com/yarwlvd." Kennedy also said in a press release:

“Right now, John Adams and I are the only two Democratic candidates who have issued formal statements telling where they stand on the major issues facing America and the citizens of Arkansas,” said Kennedy. “While I'm sure my opponents speak their minds at private events, and point voters to their past records, the average Arkansan has no way of accessing their positions on today’s issues.”

Kennedy has an extensive "issues" section on his website (Adams' is a little less-so, but it's there). A quick glance finds nothing similar on campaign sites for Boling, Wills or Elliott. What say ye, candidates?


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