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'Arkansas Travelers' Campaign in Missouri for Hillary Clinton

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SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI -

The Arkansas Travelers, a group made up of volunteers with knowledge and longstanding, personal relationships with Hillary Clinton, will campaign throughout southeast and southwest Missouri on Monday, going door-to-door to meet local residents, answer their questions and share why Hillary Clinton has the heart and mind to best lead the country and break down barriers as president. The Arkansas Travelers Missouri tour will include stops in Marshfield, Poplar Bluff, Springfield, Cape Girardeau, Monett, Joplin, Sikeston, and other towns throughout southern Missouri.

The Arkansas Travelers will encourage Missouri residents to vote for Hillary Clinton in the presidential primary to be held on March 15.

The group is comprised of friends of Hillary Clinton, including AR State Sen. Joyce Elliott, AR State Rep. Deborah Ferguson, Democratic Party of AR Chairman Vince Insalaco, former North Little Rock Mayor Pat Hayes, former U.S. Deputy Director of Veteran’s Affairs Dina Wood, former AR State Rep. Jerry Brown, and group leader Sheila Bronfman.

Monday, March 14

Southwest Missouri:

WHAT: Arkansas Travelers Campaign in Marshfield

WHEN: 8:00am

WHERE: Sheila’s Place, 915 S Marshall St, Marshfield, MO 65706

WHAT:  Springfield Canvass with state house candidate Jeff Munzinger and Springfield residents

WHEN: 9:30am

WHERE: National Audio Company, 309 E. Waters St., Springfield, MO 65803

WHAT: Meet & Greet with Monett residents

WHEN: 1:00pm

WHERE: Mocha Jo's Coffee Café, 404 E Broadway St, Monett, MO 65708

WHAT: Meet & Greet and Phone Bank with Councilwoman Melodee Colbert-Kean, first African American female mayor of Joplin and President of the National League of Cities

WHEN: 2:00pm

WHERE: International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, 3316 Hearnes Blvd, Joplin, MO 64804

WHAT: Joplin/Springfield Sign & Wave

WHEN: 4:00pm

WHERE: Joplin, MO & Springfield MO (exact locations TBD)

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