Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel in Nashville

Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel was in Nashville today. He spent some time visiting in town this morning and then went to the Western Sizzler for Rotary. Dustin was the featured speaker at Rotary and a really good crowd showed up to hear him. He gave a great talk, it was funny and entertaining while at the same time being informative. Kathy Roche, Communicatons Officer, from his office accompanied him. She is the daughter of Edwin & Fredye Alford (Fredye is the President of the Nashville Rotary Club). Dustin is the youngest Attorney General in the nation. He has been in office for just over 11 months and has been working hard for us. I am not going to list all that he has accomplished but it is significant. I am especially proud of his work on getting the State out of the Lake View School case and of his commitment to protecting all of our rights, including the 2nd Amendment. Dustin is a good public servant and I look forward to working with him in the future. If you ever need the Attorney General's services his website is or the phone number for his office is 800-482-8982. I have used their services before and they are always courteous, attentive and professional. I am glad to have Dustin as my friend.

From left to right in the photo are Dan Graves, Circuit Judge Charles Yeargan, Prosecuting Attorney Tom Cooper, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel and me. Thanks to Terrica at the Nashville News for the photo.

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