This will be a busy week in Searcy politics. Please join us for as many events as possible.
This morning (Monday) at 7:00, Attorney Greg Niblock will be on Newstalk 99.1 discussing the lawsuit against the city regarding their refusal to set the special election date for the A&P Tax. I would encourage you all to listen in for the latest information on the suit. Also, please call in and ask Mr. Niblock some good questions. You can listen on 99.1 FM in White County or stream live at www.newstalk991.com
Tonight the White County Tea Party will hold their monthly meeting at the county courthouse in the main courtroom upstairs. There will be information about a new constitutional amendment initiative. The meeting begins at 6:30 PM and all are welcome.
*UPDATE–U.S. Senate candidate Curtis Coleman will be speaking to the TEA Party group tonight. Curtis recently received 33% of the votes at the Republican Party of Arkansas’ Senate Straw Poll, 2nd only to Gilbert Baker’s 35%.
Tuesday night is the monthly Searcy City Council meeting. Over the past few months, as we have been packing out the Council meeting, we have truly seen a transformation in the demeanor of the Council. When we show up with cameras and friends, they know we are watching and they tread carefully. This is democracy in action–The People showing up and reminding the government that they work for us. Please join us at 7 PM on Tuesday at City Hall and help us keep the pressure on.
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