The Southeast Arkansas TEA Party will honor and celebrate the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States with a sportsman’s rally on September 29. The event will feature an auction, door prizes, speakers, live music provided by Ward Davis, a drawing for the winner’s choice of three guns, and food vendors.
“Because of the rich hunting and shooting heritage of Southeast Arkansas, the TEA Party will be hosting a fun-filled four hours at the Drew County Fairgrounds Auditorium located in Monticello,” said Southeast Arkansas TEA Party spokeswoman Linda Davis.
The event’s keynote speakers will be Glenn Gallas, founder and leader of the Garland County TEA Party; and Curtis Coleman businessman and Constitutionalist from Little Rock, who will talk about the importance of the Second Amendment and what the right to bear arms has meant to the hunters and sportsmen in America.
The following Democrat and Republican candidates have been invited to briefly share their feelings about the Second Amendment: Tom Cotton, Gene Jeffress, Mike Akin, Eddie Cheatham, Sheilla Lampkin, Gary Meggs, Jeff Wardlaw, Mike Holcomb, Charles Roberts, and Mark McElroy. The event will be festive with live music provided by Ward Davis, a silent auction, a large number of valuable door prizes, food vendors, a drawing for the winner’s choice of one of three guns, and much fellowship—all happening between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Everyone is invited to attend this free, family event, Davis said.