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Bill Clinton to make another Arkansas campaign swing

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click to enlarge COMING BACK: Bill Clinton will make a return engagement for these and other Democratic candidates.
  • COMING BACK: Bill Clinton will make a return engagement for these and other Democratic candidates.

As expected, Bill Clinton will make one more campaign swing through Arkansas in support of the Democratic ticket.

Stops are planned Sunday in West Memphis, Texarkana, Blytheville and Fort Smith. Tickets are free, but required.

Details from the Democratic Party follow:


NEWS RELEASE

President Bill Clinton will campaign for Arkansas Victory 2014 this Sunday November 2nd in West Memphis, Blytheville, Texarkana and Fort Smith. President Clinton will lay out the clear choice in this election and speak directly to Arkansans about what’s at stake for our families, our communities and our state in this election.

“When President Clinton campaigns in Arkansas, he is coming home to people he knows and a state he loves," said Democratic Party of Arkansas Chair Vincent Insalaco. “President Clinton understands what it takes to fight for everyday Arkansans because he’s done it his whole life. There isn’t a better person out there who can more ably make the case for voting for Mark Pryor, Mike Ross and our other candidates than Bill Clinton.”

Tickets are required to attend the events. Tickets are free and available to the public at ticket distribution centers and at the doors.

Schedule of Events

Texarkana
Sunday, November 2, 2014
Doors Open 12:00 pm

State Line Post Office & Federal Building
500 State Line Avenue
Texarkana, AR

For Tickets:
Arkansas Victory 2014 Office
300 North State Line Avenue
Texarkana, AR
(870) 698-2291

West Memphis
Sunday, November 2, 2014
Doors Open 2:30pm

Mid-South Community College
Donald W. Reynolds Center
2000 W Broadway Ave
West Memphis, AR

For Tickets:
West Memphis Chamber of Commerce
108 W Broadway
West Memphis, AR
(901) 246-0034

Blytheville
Sunday, November 2, 2014
Doors open 4:30pm

In front of “That Bookstore in Blytheville”
316 W Main St
Blytheville, AR 72315

For Tickets:
(870) 663-3333
That Bookstore in Blytheville
316 W Main St
Blytheville, AR

Joe Harris Trucking Office
214 East Hale Street
Osceola, AR

Fort Smith
Sunday, November 2, 2014
Doors open 7:00pm

Northside Fort Smith High School
2301 N B St
Fort Smith, AR 72901

For Tickets:
Arkansas Victory 2014 Office
2700 Zero Street, Suite 6
Fort Smith, AR
(479) 650-1618

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