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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Rick Crawford's HQ Open House, Feb 13, 2010

 
When we arrived at Rick Crawford's Campaign Headquarters, Jim and I were early. Despite that fact, Rick pulled up a chair and proceeded to discuss politics and his plans for his campaign, and what he hoped to accomplish once elected. We sat and talked for about half an hour while his helpers scurried about placing the finishing touches on last minute preparations.
  
One of the first things I noticed when entering the hall, was this selection of family photos. Around the photos are plaques with Scripture written on them. If you would like to read the plaques, click the photo to enlarge. If that still isn't large enough click ctrl and the + key at the same time. Repeat until the photo is large enough for your viewing. To decrease the photo size, click ctrl and the - key.

Crawford for Congress signs covered two walls, balloons added to the festive air. The front of the building was festooned with large campaign signs. Seen on Rick's website (go here and scroll down to the Open House date), is a big muscle truck outfitted to tow a 5th wheel RV or some such equipment, which is also loaded with Rick's campaign signs.
 
 The crowd begins to arrive, soon filling the hall.
Benny Speaks, 1st Congressional Committee Chairman
Nelda Speaks.
Campaign Manager Jonah Shumate gets our attention, announcing Rick is about to speak.
Rick addresses the group, outlining what he hopes to accomplish once elected. He also detailed
some of the challenges that face the campaign. One of the engines that runs any campaign is
money. As with any campaign its success depends upon donations. Rick needs donations if he
is going to succeed.  He asks for volunteers as well.
 Rick takes time to answers questions from the crowd.
Rick asks Stacy, his lovely wife, to say a few words. The audience loves Stacy!
 
Rick takes time to mingle with the crowd, answering more questions.
  
With backs to us, our own Lloyd Clark, Rick (side view) and Dorothy Crockett. 
I do not know the other people.
 
Our own Kim Moseley comes traipsing through the crowd loaded up
with Marisa and donuts. Lloyd appears to be in conversation.
 

 
Kim and Marisa.
 
 Rick's speech holds the crowd in rapt attention. The man writing is a newspaper reporter, I believe.
   
Reagan Moseley with her brightest smile.
 
 Rick Crawford, along with Jim and Iona Cline

Friday, February 12, 2010

Crawford for Congress Announces Campaign Headquarters Grand Opening

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Jonah Shumate
jonah@meetrickcrawford.com
870-203-0540

Crawford for Congress Announces Campaign Headquarters Grand Opening
Headquarters will be located in easily accessible location for public
JONESBORO - First District Congressional candidate, United States Army veteran, and agri-business owner Rick Crawford will be holding the grand opening of the Crawford for Congress Campaign Headquarters this Saturday, February 13th, from 10am until Noon.
The headquarters, which is located at 1920 S. Church Street in Jonesboro, signifies another step forward in the Crawford for Congress Campaign. "I am excited about formally opening our campaign headquarters to the people of the First Congressional District," said Crawford. "I want to extend an open invitation to anyone who is interested in learning more about my campaign to come by and visit with me at anytime."
Crawford, who will also be holding a press conference to discuss the progress his campaign has made since the retirement of Marion Berry, will be on hand to visit with those in attendance and discuss his campaign in detail.
"I would like to invite everyone to come out this Saturday and enjoy some light refreshments as we outline our campaign against Nancy Pelosi and what I want to do for the First District through cutting taxes, smaller government, and a free-market healthcare system," said Crawford.
Parking will be available both immediately in front of the campaign headquarters as well as the adjacent parking lot by Wells-Fargo Mortgage and Gracy's Cafe. Additional parking may be found across Church Street in the Walgreens parking lot.
For more information or directions please call 870-203-0540.

February 11, 2010 Meeting - Secure Arkansas


Pre-meeting conversation, Loretta 'n Larry Corbett

Lloyd Clark, Mike Brown & Jeannie Burlsworth, Chairman of Secure Arkansas and one of the speakers of the evening.

Getting acquainted with Chairman Jeannie Burlsworth and Secure Arkansas, which is a Grass Roots Organization. Visit Secure Arkansas.

Secure Arkansas has a petition that is now seeking signatures to prevent illegal aliens over the age of 14 from receiving State and Federal funds through programs offered Citizens of the United States and of Arkansas in general.

See any member of our local GOP committee to sign the petition, or go to the link above to find out how to sign.

Were you aware that Arkansas is a Sanctuary State? This was made possible by Mike Huckabee??


Learning about issues facing we citizens of
Arkansas - such as Arkansas Sovereignty.

Learning about ICLEI and
their insidious practices.


Learning about political networking from Todd Sharp.
See both Todd and Jeannie on Facebook and/or Twitter.

More dangers about ICLEI.
Go here. And here.


Question and answer time.

More questions and answers.

Larry Corbett and Lloyd Clark. Lloyd is currently planning on a second session on the Constitution. More about in the weeks ahead.

Our Fearless Leader, Jonathan (Chad) Moseley, announced this evening that he intends to make a second run for the State House Representative Seat 73rd District being vacated by J.R. Rogers. All of us need to do whatever we are able to help bring about Chad's election. If you are unable to donate money, perhaps you could donate your time to help get the word out and post signs. See Chad to learn how you can help.

All photographs above are the property of Iona Brown-Cline and may not be used without prior permission.