Three GOP candidates will be guest speakers at the Southeast Arkansas TEA Party’s January 13 meeting.
The candidates are Debra Hobbs, Andy Mayberry and Tommy Moll.
Hobbs is a Republican state representative from Benton County who is seeking the GOP nomination for governor; Mayberry is a Republican state representative from Pulaski County seeking the GOP nomination for lieutenant governor; and Tommy Moll is seeking the GOP nomination for Arkansas’ District 4 seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Moll, according to his campaign web site, is a Hot Springs businessman who worked for Jefferies, where he helped companies raise money to develop energy and mining resources, and previously worked at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington, DC.
Hobbs, Mayberry and Moll will speak about their campaigns, plans for the offices they are seeking, and field questions.
The public is invited to attend the meeting which will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Living Word Fellowship Church located on U.S. 425 South in Monticello, across the highway from Ryburn Automotive Superstore in the building which houses Cowboy’s Restaurant.
The TEA Party plans to host as many candidates who are running for election or re-election in 2014 as possible, according to a Southeast Arkansas TEA Party news release.