Monday, October 25, 2010

Martin Says O'Brien is Breaking Campaign Finance Law

Dear Friend,

The Sunday Arkansas Democrat-Gazette had an article showing that my opponent's campaign has borrowed over $100,000 to try and beat me. O'Brien "declined the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's request for an interview for this story." What is he hiding?

While his reports show the loans are from himself, the reports also show that his campaign is paying a bank for interest. He has yet to report the size of those loans from the bank. This is a clear violation of Arkansas's campaign finance laws.

Will you email my opponent and ask him to follow the law by reporting how much his bank loans are? If you click the link right below this paragraph, you can let him know that he needs to follow the law.

Tell O'Brien to Follow the Law

If you are really bold with your friends and want to help turn back the deceitful ads, would you ask them to support electing a conservative with a contribution? Would you contribute also?....


Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

So which is it Mr. O'Obrien? Are you loaning your campaign money, or is it getting a bank loan? If so, what bank is loaning money for political campaigns at a time when most of us can't get home loans? What might they expect in return?

11:36 AM, October 25, 2010  

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