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    My approach is simple: if we’ve got a problem, let’s use our common sense and do the hard work necessary to solve it.

  • James Lee Witt

    We’re not going to solve the problems of the people from the 4th district with more partisan noise and name calling.

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U.S. House campaigns report first quarter fundraising

April 21, 2014News Clip

WASHINGTON — With a May primary ahead, Little Rock banker French Hill ended March with a sizable campaign bankroll as he seeks to be the Republican candidate for Arkansas’s 2nd Congressional District.

Hill’s campaign raised $300,133 during the first three months of the year and ended March with $714,434 cash on hand, according to 1st quarter report filed Tuesday with the Federal Election Commission.

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Campaigns Announce Fundraising Numbers

April 21, 2014News Clip

Campaigns in Arkansas are well underway. Proof that they are more in campaign mode than fundraising mode is the lack of candidates announcing fundraising numbers following the end of the first quarter on March 31.

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Momentum Builds as James Lee Witt Posts Another Strong Fundraising Quarter

April 15, 2014Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Witt’s campaign for Arkansas’ 4th Congressional District has already raised over half-a-million dollars

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President Clinton stops in Hot Springs, campaigning for James Lee Witt

April 7, 2014News Clip

HOT SPRINGS (KATV)--A familiar face to the nation and especially Arkansans makes a stop in Hot Springs. President Bill Clinton stopped at the Arlington Hotel campaigning for Democrat James Lee Witt.

Witt is running for the 4th District Congressional seat.

Witt grew up in Dardanelle, Arkansas in the 4th District, and he spoke of his childhood.
Witt said, he knows what the 4th District needs.

Honest, integrity and responsibility, three traits former FEMA Director James Lee Witt said his parents taught him.

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Bill Clinton: James Lee Witt Would Bring Clout to Washington

April 7, 2014News Clip

4/6/14

HOT SPRINGS — Former President Bill Clinton returned to his home state on Saturday to stump for his former Federal Emergency Management Agency head's congressional bid, praising James Lee Witt as someone who could go to Washington with bipartisan respect from his work responding to natural disasters.

Clinton headlined a fundraiser for Witt, the only Democrat running for the 4th Congressional District covering southern and western Arkansas. U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton, a Republican who currently holds the seat, is challenging Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor this fall.

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