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UPDATE: Has somebody found Waldo (Dustin McDaniel)?

Posted By on Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 1:52 PM

I'm hearing that Attorney General Dustin McDaniel may be prepared to break his public silence on recent personal developments that complicated his run for the 2014 gubernatorial nomination. Nothing official from them yet, but I'm hearing a news conference could come as soon as tomorrow morning. Checking.

UPDATE: Good tip. From his campaign press office:

Attorney General Dustin McDaniel will have a media availability tomorrow, Tuesday, January 8, at 11am at the Wyndham Riverfront Hotel in North Little Rock in the Silver City Room #4.

This is for credentialed media only. To RSVP or receive other logistical information, contact Isaac Wright, isaac@wrightstrategiesllc.com or 501-235-8681.

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