In the previous post about HD-96 candidate and body-armor aficionado John La Tour (R-Fayetteville), I wrote that "s of the end of August, and not counting loans from himself, La Tour’s campaign has raised $13,252.12 in actual contributions since November 2019 that, he has paid himself $6,630, just over 50% of his raised money, in rent." More...
Why would a campaign on life support spend nearly $6000 on video equipment from August 1 to now?
Tactical gear and $400 steak dinners as campaign expenses?
AR law is clear--a felony conviction of any kind bars someone from holding public office.
Two vastly different reactions to protestors and a legitimately anti-police group.
The question is, can you just put any ol' address on your candidate filing forms, or does it actually have to be YOUR address?