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AR candidates working to get message out by November

 

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT)-  November will be here before we know it and candidates are working to get their message out.
     
Republican candidate for the Arkansas' Attorney General's office, David Sterling, dropped by the KAIT studios to talk about what he stands for. "I'm very pro second amendment.  I believe the second amendment is not ambiguous.  It says the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.  And I think that you see often the federal government seize every opportunity to try and enact new gun laws that will restrict the right of law biding citizens to keep and bear arms," the candidate said.

Sterling faces Republican opposition from Leslie Rutledge and Democrat Nate Steel.
    
To view Sterling's interview in it's entirety, go to kait8.com

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