Press Release: Tony Arterburn, who is running against 16-term incumbent Ralph Hall for Texas’ 4th Congressional District, will be meeting with the Bowie County Patriots this evening.
“I’ve been all over northeast Texas, and Bowie County has one of the strongest Patriot/Tea Party groups I’ve seen. They always have a good turnout, and you can tell they stay on top of current events and do a lot of work behind the scenes. I’ve met with them a couple of times before, and I’ve even made some friends there. I hope to meet new people tonight, and convince everyone that I’ll do the best job as their representative,” Arterburn said. “This will be my first visit to bring yard signs, and I hope to give away every one. I have more on the way.”
Tonight’s topics will likely include the recent signing by President Obama of the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act, Rep. Hall’s recent announcement that this is his last campaign, and the grassroots effort by “Arterburn’s Army” to prevent UN designation of the Alamo as a World Heritage site.
The Bowie County Patriots meet every Thursday at 6PM, at Smokey Joe’s BBQ, 300 E New Boston Road, in Nash TX.
Tony E. Arterburn Jr. is a Native of Rockwall TX, has earned world titles and two world records in powerlifting, served in the US Army as a military policeman and paratrooper, fought in Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq, and is now a licensed realtor and small business owner. More information is available at his website, www.arterburnforcongress.com.