The Southeast Arkansas TEA Party on October 4 will host its 2nd annual Second Amendment Sportsman’s Rally celebrating the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. The event will feature an auction, speakers, live music provided by Nashville singer and songwriter Ward Davis, an auction, a raffle for two firearms and drawings for BB guns for kids.
The event will be held at the Drew County Fairgrounds Auditorium from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Curtis Coleman, a businessman and constitutional scholar, will serve as the keynote speaker. Other speakers will be Tom Cotton, candidate for the U.S. Senate; Bruce Westerman, candidate for the U.S. Congress; and Sonya Ryburn, a candidate for Arkansas State Representative, District 9. They will speak about the importance of the Second Amendment.
All other candidates for public office are cordially invited to come to the event to mingle and visit with the crowd. There will be drawings for a large number of valuable door prizes, a raffle for two firearms, drawings for BB guns for kids, a silent auction, live music provided by Nashville singer and songwriter Ward Davis, barbeque and much more.
Admission is free, and the public is invited to attend.