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Sarah Huckabee Sanders Campaigns at the Clark County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner in Arkansas

 

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders (Source - Twitter)
Former Trump press secretary and Republican candidate for Governor in Arkansas Sarah Huckabee Sanders hold a huge political rally with Leslie Rutledge last night at the Clark County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner. I was fortunate to hear Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Leslie Rutledge speak last night at the Clark County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner.  By a draw, Sarah spoke first for some 25 minutes or so about her accomplishments in Washington as a White House Press Secretary and more. Her stage presents were quite good and as she spoke about all her accomplishments in the Trump administration. She commented, "no one" had a tougher time in Washington than her and that she was a fighter and Arkansas needs a fighter. I'm thinking well maybe Donald Trump, Flint, and several others who were forced to sell their homes to defend themselves against false charges, might have had a more difficult time Sarah. Anyway never once did she address what she planned to do for Arkansas if elected but it was a smooth patriotic speech about American and what needed to be done.  I thought to myself, Sarah really should be running for Congress with that speech and I wondered how Leslie would do.

Well, it did not take long for that to be answered. Leslie came on like gangbusters and started laying out exactly what she has done, in 7 years to include lawsuits against the Federal Gov which she has won for our state, legislation she has passed at our state Capitol and on and on for 20 minutes or more. I have to tell you, I was not aware of her successes and what she had done for our state and I suspect 95% of you don't either. Leslie appears to have the same values we Arkansans have and is willing to take issues straight to the Supreme Court (which she did at least once in her time as AG). 

Be careful when choosing your candidate and make sure you back the candidate who has the experience needed to make our lives better in Arkansas, and not just name recognition.

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Who is Leslie Rutledge?

Leslie Carol Rutledge is an American attorney and politician from the state of Arkansas. A Republican, she is the 56th attorney general of Arkansas, a position Rutledge has held since January 13, 2015. She is the first Republican and woman to hold the position.

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