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Governor candidate Washburn to appear at Town Hall in Hot Springs April 13

Courtesy of ElectDocWashburn.com


Republican gubernatorial candidate Doc Washburn will speak at the Arkansas Town Hall hosted by national news source, Real America’s Voice, on Wednesday, April 13, 2022, 6 pm. The event will take place at the First Church of the Nazarene, 3804 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 71913. Participants must arrive by 5:30 pm to be seated for this live broadcast.

Washburn, 66, formally filed as a candidate in the Republican primary for governor on February 25, 2022. He was the longtime host of a popular conservative radio talk show in central Arkansas until he was fired for refusing to comply with the company’s vaccine mandate. 

Washburn advocates for smaller government, individual liberty, and self-reliance. He’s widely known for opposing state and federal covid mitigation policies, challenging the integrity of the 2020 presidential election, and rejecting vaccine mandates. Washburn opposes abortion, chemical gender change for minors, the use of Critical Race Theory in public schools, and removal of children from loving parents by child welfare workers. He supports gun rights, affirms the rights of veterans, and has proposed the elimination of the personal income tax, small business income tax, and the tax on all used goods, including vehicles. 

Washburn has earned national recognition as a frequent guest host for syndicated talk radio host Mark Levin. Since October 2021, Washburn has been the host of The Doc Washburn Show, a podcast with an international following. Since announcing his candidacy for governor of Arkansas, Washburn has been endorsed by Re-Open Arkansas, Gun Owners of Arkansas, and Arkansas Patriot Coalition. Washburn and his wife Peggy live in Little Rock, where they attend Covenant PCA Church. 

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