Thursday, June 17, 2010

CP Candidate for Governor Coming to KURM




Mayor Frank Gilbert will also have a lunch time event at the Pontiac Cafe in Sprindale. It's on HWY 71 where the old Pontiac dealership used to be. Come on by and have lunch with the Mayor from 11:10 to 1:00 if you would like to meet Frank Gilbert

Release from Constitution Party of Arkansas Chairman Tom Mayfield...

Patriots, I report good news! Mayor Frank Gilbert, the Constitution Party candidate for Governor, will be interviewed this Friday on KURM radio, “The Mighty 790” on the AM dial. This station covers the entire Northwest corner of the state, and they have a repeater in the River Valley. But no matter where you live, you can listen live on their website. I urge you to both tune in yourselves and forward this message to your friends so that they will have the opportunity to listen as well. The interview begins at 10:05AM on Friday and lasts for about 30 minutes.

One of the topics Mayor Frank will be sure to talk about is our ballot petition drive. If 300 people get 40 signatures each, we can get ballot access. But we still have not filled out the ranks of the 300. Will you be one of them? If you are satisfied with the way government is going in this country, then continue as you were. If you aren’t, don’t just complain about it, do something about it! Help the Constitution Party of Arkansas get on the ballot by collecting and sending in as many voter signatures as you can collect between now and July 9th. It's time to send the system a message.

Again that’s this Friday morning from 10:05 to 10:35 on KURM AM 790.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Loved his analysis of Huckabee. What he said about Huck are polar opposite of the usual talking points about Huck put out by Mike's camp.

6:05 PM, June 18, 2010  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

I think I would have added that if Huckabee did not like Arkansas' tax laws, he had 10 years as Governor to fix it, but did nothing but campaign for more taxes, more spending, and more debt.

I urge anyone out there who wants anything different in Arkansas to go to and download the petition to get Frank and others on the ballot.

6:49 AM, June 19, 2010  

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