Arkansas will increase its competitive advantage by further developing education and training that provides students with professional and technical skills based on the regional needs of industry in the district.
We must never forget the sacrifices made by our servicemen and servicewomen.
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.
I was born in Paris, AR, and grew up in Dardanelle where I still live today.
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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From the Campaign Office of James Lee Witt for Congress
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 21, 2014
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Talk Business & Politics/Hendrix College Poll Shows James Lee Witt Closed Gap
DARDANELLE, Ark. (Oct. 21, 2014) - James Lee Witt, Democratic candidate for Congress, released the following statement regarding recent poll numbers released by Talk Business & Politics and Hendrix College showing James Lee Witt and his opponent in a statistical dead heat.
“This poll shows what we see every day on the campaign trail,” said Witt. “The people of the 4th District don’t want another representative focused on divisive party politics. They want someone who will work in a bipartisan manner to help the people of Arkansas. Voters want a representative who will go to work for them instead of blaming others for our problems.”
President Bill Clinton will be joining me for rallies across the 4th District this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You can find details about the rallies below.
FRIDAY, OCT. 17 @ 5:30 P.M., HOT SPRINGS FARMERS MARKET
SATURDAY, OCT. 18 @ 10 A.M., HOPE TRAIN DEPOT
SUNDAY, OCT. 19 @ 2 P.M., UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT PINE BLUFF
Get your tickets today! Tickets will also be available at the event or you can reserve yours online by clicking here. Hope you can make it!
The three candidates for Arkansas’ Fourth Congressional District race discussed the Farm Bill, the Ebola virus, ISIS and the legalization of marijuana Tuesday during a debate at the University of Central Arkansas.
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