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AETN's hitting the streets!

Posted on 26 Aug 2010


AETN is shedding some new light on Arkansas's 2010 election season -- we've decided to venture out into the state, and ask Arkansas voters their thoughts and opinions about the issues.

Tomorrow, Aug. 27, we'll be scouring Central Arkansas for people willing to answer two simple questions:

1. What issues are important to you in this election, and why?

2. What question would you ask the candidates in this election if you had the opportunity?

See if you can spot us in the breakfast crowd at Bob's Grill in Conway in the morning, or hoofing it around Little Rock in the afternoon. Then in coming weeks we'll be visiting cities and towns around the state.

We'd love to hear your thoughts, but please keep it civil.

Stay tuned for updates! 

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