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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Nate Bell endorses Duncan Baird in GOP primary for treasurer

Posted By on Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 12:15 PM

BELL: Doesn't fear the Creeper
  • BELL: Doesn't fear the Creeper
Okay, not the most exciting news, but Rep. Nate Bell's endorsement of Rep. Duncan Baird, running for the GOP treasurer nomination against Dennis "Krispy Kreme Creeper" Milligan, is pretty great: 

Today, I'm publicly endorsing Duncan Baird in the GOP primary for Arkansas State Treasurer. He's a CPA and securities professional with legislative experience and the personal integrity to manage Arkansas' investments honestly and efficiently. He's also not an extortionist or blackmailer and if he wants pie, I'm confident he'll buy it with his own money.

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