Democratic Party adds seats for dinner featuring Hillary Clinton | Arkansas Blog

Monday, July 6, 2015

Democratic Party adds seats for dinner featuring Hillary Clinton

Posted By on Mon, Jul 6, 2015 at 10:23 AM

The Arkansas Democratic Party says it sold out of 1,500 $200 floor seats to the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner July 18 at Verizon Arena featuring presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. So it is opening lower level arena seating to her speech at $15.

The party said those who'd like to get the seats can go to the Party's ActBlue page, call the party at 374-2361 or email dhupp@arkdems.org

The party said some  sponsorships were sold in addition to the floor seats.

If Hillary Clinton isn't your cup of tea,  tickets still appear to be available through the GOP website for the Arkansas Republican Party's fund-raiser July 17 in Hot Springs featuring presidential candidate Donald Trump. He is still coping with criticism for, among others, his characterization of some Latino immigrants as rapists. Despite this and other colorful comment, Trump is rising in Republican primary polling.

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