Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 6, 1974 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 6, 1974
Page 18
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II · NwtfcwM* AriranM* TMACS, Men., May «, 1974 P*T»TT«VIIL«. ****!»*» III I Its more than just ·ularity contest. Its the most crucial election in America. a A lot of people in Arkansas like Dale Bumpers. Bill Fulbright liked him well enough to help him become our Governor. But now he wants to become our Senator. And that's one fight nobody in Arkansas needed. Because with the crucial year ahead, a lot of people would rather have both men' working for Arkansas. Dale Bumpers in another term in the State House. And Bill Fulbright in another term in the United States Senate. But Dale Bumpers had other ideas. So Bill Fulbright is doing what he does best. He'* come out fighting. Just like he fought Richard Nixon for misleading us about the war. And is still fighting him on foreign aid, education, health care, wages and taxes. Just like he fought for over $10 billion in Federal money for Arkansas in the last six years alone. And fought for Arkansas farmers, by working to find new foreign markets for our cotton, soybeans, poultry and rice. And fought for Arkansas senior citizens, by working to strengthen our Social Security System. And fought for Arkansas veterans, by working to get them $180 million in benefits last year. When a man fights as hard as a Fulbright, it doesn't always make him popular. But that's the price you pay for being a strong Senator. And in times like these, we need all the strong Senators we can get. So when you walk into that polling place on May 28, don't just ask yourself who you like better. Ask yourself who can do a better job. That's what this election is all about. And that's why it's okay to like Dale Bumpers and vote for Bill Fulbright. Fulbright May 28. Paid for by John Brod mi Jm

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