Cotton, Candidates Persistent During Final Push of Campaigning

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On this week’s City Wire, just one week from the election, candidates say they are not giving up as they can see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Tom Cotton, 4th District republican congressional candidate talks about what he hopes to tackle during his first six months if he’s voted into office.

Charlotte Douglas, a republican candidate for house district 75 also talks about the issues her rural newly drawn district is seeing: mainly struggling to even meet the cost of living threshold.

Roby Brock, our political analyst joins us with poll results about state issues on the ballot.

A special Veteran’s Day Parade is being scheduled at Chaffee Crossing’s Historic District.