Double-edged endorsements | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Double-edged endorsements

Posted By on Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 11:25 AM

House Speaker Robbie Wills, Democratic candidate for 2nd District Congress, rolled out a list of endorsements today. You can peruse them here.

Noted: 1) Not many people from Little Rock. 2) Some truly sorry members of the legislature are on the list. 3) Lots of these people don't live in the Second Congressional District. 4) He's sent a corrective news release on the spelling of former LR Mayor Jim Dailey's name and Jimmie Lou Fisher's state office (treasurer, not secretary of state).

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