President Clinton Scheduled To Return To Arkansas For More Campaigning

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ARKANSAS (KFSM) – President Bill Clinton is scheduled to return to The Natural State for some more campaign stops, according to a news release.

Clinton was in Fayetteville and Rogers on Oct. 7 to stop at two different political events. 

The president is scheduled to make stops in Hot Springs, Hope, North Little Rock, Pine Bluff and Forrest City on Oct. 17 through Oct. 19, the release states.

In Hot Springs, he’ll speak at the Farmer’s Market, in Hope, he’ll speak at the train depot and in Pine Bluff, he’ll speak at the University of Arkansas, according to the release. In Forest City, he’ll speak at the high school, the release states.

Tickets will be required to attend the events, but all are free and open to the public, according to the release.

For more information on the campaign visits, click here. 


    • Elaphas

      Desperate times call for desperate measures. Even this former Arkansan, Slick Willie, can’t save Pryor and Ross now. Their Obama-worshiping and America-destroying liberal extremist agenda has been exposed.

  • Richard S. Drake

    I watched the Pryor/Cotton debate tonight, and all Cotton had to offer was cliche after cliche after cliche . . . plus a stubborn refusal to actually answer most questions.
    Liberal extremist agenda?
    They want to force our daughters to . . .

    They want to force our sons to . . .

    They expect us all to sound rational when we talk! The devils!

  • Ronnie Raygun

    When Bush left office, he left with the 3 major American auto makers in serious turmoil, an economy in a nosedive, an emerging financial crisis with the banking system, and two fronts to a quagmire war.

    In spite of Congress being the most do-nothing session of congress in history, our current president has turned around our economy and a recovery is taking place. We left that “hole” called Iraq and have mostly pulled out of Afghanistan. The automakers are healthy once more and consumer sentiment is stronger.

    With republicans, the rich got richer, and the poor got poorer. With democrats, our economy got stronger, and we have a more stable future.

    Face it, the only thing Republicans are good at is: starting wars, taking rights from women, trashing our economy, and not leading. If you don’t believe me, then look at bush and our current session of congress.

  • Horace

    Those who bake their heads under the heat lamp of Fox “news” don’t deal in facts. Whatever the bald Nixon aid tells his angry talking heads to spew, that’s what their disciples believe.

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