Thursday, September 07, 2006

Wooldridge's Campaign Manager Supports Jim Holt

Dan Noble, former campaign manager for Senator Tim Wooldridge, said, “This election cycle I have chosen to volunteer for Senator Holt’s campaign and provide any assistance to his campaign in Little Rock and the surrounding areas. I still consider myself an Arkansas Conservative Democrat. Unfortunately, the Democratic nominee this year does not represent those beliefs.

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Blogger Jason Sheppard said...

Senator Jim Holt Press Release

For Immediate Release September 6, 2006

Contact: Senator Jim Holt

Phone Number: 479-790-4658

Polls look good and Wooldridge's Campaign Manager Throws His Support to Holt

Senator Holt's race is shaping up to be the closest in the state according to a recent poll which sampled twice the number of voters as former polls. The poll was announced by Roby Brock, host of Business Talk, and shows Senator Holt and Halter in a neck in neck race. The margin of error is just over 3 percent, and Halter had 44 percent and Holt 40 percent with 16 undecided.

http://www.fox16.com/news/local/story.aspx?content_id=50AEE8B2-B60C-430A-B505-122A20CC47D3

“Considering that we’re picking up supporters and leaders from the Democratic party, I feel very enthusiastic that we can make the gains necessary to win the race.” Holt said.

Dan Noble, former campaign manager for Senator Tim Wooldridge, said, “This election cycle I have chosen to volunteer for Senator Holt’s campaign and provide any assistance to his campaign in Little Rock and the surrounding areas. I still consider myself an Arkansas Conservative Democrat. Unfortunately, the Democratic nominee this year does not represent those beliefs. There are great differences between the two campaigns for Lt Governor, and I look forward in the following weeks to getting that message out to the people of Arkansas.”

Noble said, “This race is not just about serving the people of Arkansas by electing Senator Holt, a veteran who has devoted his life to serving his country and doing what is best for the people of this state. This race is also about showing why Holt’s opponent is not right for this office. Senator Holt’s opponent may have left this state over two decades ago with Arkansas values, but he returned a California Liberal and should not be given the opportunity to serve the people of Arkansas.

2:16 PM, September 07, 2006  
Blogger rob_star said...

This is no surprise since Woolridge was a stealth Republican candidate. The only reason he doesn't switch parties is because nobody gets elected as a Republican in NEA.

3:21 PM, September 07, 2006  
Anonymous Mark Moore said...

Rob,

heard you were dead. glad to see you back. Lots of folks voted for Wooldridge in the dem primary, so a lot of dems must be in the closet.

4:40 PM, September 07, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He didn't die, he just evolved. ;)

4:52 PM, September 07, 2006  
Blogger DeathRowBodine said...

Mark,

Along these same lines, I thought you might be interested in the fact that the Arkansas Times ran a story praising the life style choices of a couple that live very much like many Christian homeschoolers.

http://www.arktimes.com/Articles/ArticleViewer.aspx?ArticleID=74db30bf-fa02-4efe-b143-20b769c09df4

I wonder if they picked up on the irony of the fact that this is the very thing that Christians have been promoting for quite sometime... an issue that they have been mocking for decades now seems to have come into vogue.

Mara Leveritt wrote a great story. I really think that we should email and call to tell her so.

Christians ARE winning the culture war. Dan Noble's support for Holt and stories like that above are evidence that it is true. Now if we could only keep ourselves from destroying each other...

DRB

5:28 PM, September 07, 2006  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Good to see you again Deathrow, glad the Execution Date has not come and gone!

5:48 PM, September 07, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

NONE of the Democratic ticket has the conservative values that a large majority of Arkansans have, even Democrats who don't realize that their party has left them.

7:58 PM, September 07, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i suddenly have more respect for wooldridge than i used to have.

7:18 AM, September 08, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, it is huge, but it is not Wooldridge himself. It is his campaign manager. When it came down to commitment to a political party or commitment to bibical principle Wooldridge choose to stick with the political party.

Still, what Mr. Noble did clears the way for other conservative Democrats to come forward and admit what they all know- Halter is too liberal for them.

9:12 AM, September 08, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wooldridge already endorsed Halter.

1:57 PM, September 08, 2006  

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