Arkansas Vets Coalition

Veterans, Reserves and Active Duty from all parts of Arkansas and across the nation, coming together to support those persons who best exemplify the principles on which our nation was founded - Fiscal Responsibility, Independent & self-sustaining, Freedoms GUARANTEED by our Constitution and Bill of Rights, serving our country not for personal gain but for the common good!!
WE are dedicated to making a difference once more.
We have served in all branches of military beginning with the Revolutionary WAR and continuing in every conflict to include more recently from beaches of Normandy, in jungles of SE Asia, to conflicts in Bosnia, Somalia, The Gulf War, Iraqi Freedom, all through the Cold War Period of 1945 - 1991, dedicating our lives to fighting terrorism in both Afghanistan and Iraq,
we now arise to serve again, fighting to reclaim our country and the principals upon which is was founded!!.


30 April 2010

United States Senator Candidates

United States Senator Candidates

Senator Blanche Lincoln
United States Senator Blanche Lambert Lincoln, (Democrat) is running for re-election. She has served in the Senate since 1999 when she was the youngest woman ever to be elected to the U. S. Senate.
Bill Halter
Lt. Governor Bill Halter, (Democrat) scored 57% of the vote when he ran for Lt. Governor in 2006. He headed the drive to make the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery a reality. Raised in North Little Rock, Bill Halter was valedictorian of the Little Rock Catholic High School graduating class of 1979. In addition to being an economic advisor to President Bill Clinton, Bill Halter served the U.S. Congress as an economist for the Joint Economic Committee and as Chief Economist for the Senate Finance Committee. He also served as Deputy Commissioner of Social Security. Learn more about him at his website:
Randy Alexander
Randy Alexander (Republican) has 31 years experience directing campus housing services at universities, most recently at UA Fayetteville. In 2003, he formed Alexander & Associates, a consulting firm that provides housing master planning services for universities. He and wife Pat have been married 37 years and are members of Fellowship Bible Church in Rogers.
Gilbert Baker
State Senator Gilbert Baker (Republican) is former chairman of the Arkansas Republican Party. He is a retired instructor, academic advisor, and administrator at the University of Central Arkansas, with more than 20 years of service to higher education. He has served on the Boards of Independent Living Services, Habitat for Humanity, Faulkner County Area Agency on Aging, Life Choices Crisis Pregnancy Center, Southern Regional Education Board and the Arkansas Workforce Investment.
Congressman John Boozman
Congressman John Boozman (Republican) graduated from Northside High School in Fort Smith and played football for the University of Arkansas while completing his pre-optometry requirements. He graduated from the Southern College of Optometry in 1977 and entered private practice. He is married to the former Cathy Marley. In January 2003, Boozman was named an Assistant Whip, a position he still retains, making him responsible for helping House Republican Whip Eric Cantor secure the votes necessary to pass critical legislation.
Curtis Coleman
Curtis Coleman (Republican) is Chief Executive Officer of Safe Foods Corporation, one of the fastest growing pathogen-control food safety companies in the United States. He managed Mike Huckabee's first statewide campaign for the U.S. Senate in 1992 and was a national fundraiser for Huckabee's 2008 presidential campaign.
Kim Hendren
State Senator Kim Hendren (Republican) owns a manufacturing plant, a farming and ranching operation and assists in the operation of a 50,000-watt FM radio station, a local real estate office, and five auto dealerships. He is currently in his 12th year as a member of the Arkansas state legislature.
Jim Holt
State Senator Jim Holt (Republican) was the Republican nominee for United States Senate in 2004 running against Senator Blanche Lincoln, and was the Republican nominee for Lt. Governor in 2006 running against current Lt. Governor Bill Halter. He is a small business owner, a part-time counselor and home schools his children. He and wife Bobye have nine children.
Fred Ramey
Fred Ramey (Republican) is co-owner of Ramey & Co. Investments, a small real estate investment company and is also a driver for Fed Ex, a position he's had for sixteen years. He and his wife Gina, a teacher at Liberty Christian School, reside in Searcy with their four daughters.
Conrad Reynolds (Republican) is a a 29-year military veteran, having served in the United States Army Reserve and the regular Army from 1979 until January 2009. He retired with the rank of Colonel. He previously owned owned and operated a defense consulting business in Conway. He was a speaker at the 912 Rally at the Arkansas State Capitol and has announced a state-wide speaking tour with Samuel "Joe the Plumber" Wurzelbacher.
John Gray
John Gray (Green) is a retired engineer and the current mayor of Greenland, Arkansas. One of his primary reasons for running is to help provide Medicare for All as a national health insurance. You can learn more about Mr. Gray at his website: John Gray for United States Senator.
Trevor Drown
Trevor Drown (Independent) served as a Green Beret in Afghanistan. He was a speaker at the Twelve Twelve at Twelve Arkansas Tea Party, sharing the stage with Conservative Syndicated Columnist, Author, and Fox News Channel Contributor Michelle Malkin.
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