David Sterling, a candidate for Arkansas Attorney General, and Dennis Milligan, a candidate for Arkansas state treasurer, are scheduled to speak to the Southeast Arkansas TEA Party.

David Sterling, a candidate for Arkansas Attorney General, and Dennis Milligan, a candidate for Arkansas state treasurer, are scheduled to speak to the Southeast Arkansas TEA Party.


The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. May 12 at the Living Word Fellowship Church in Monticello, located in the south end of the building which houses Cowboy’s Restaurant.


Sterling, a Republican, has stated that he is a strong proponent of the Second Amendment and supports open carry in the state and a proposed "stand your ground" law for Arkansas, a news relese said.


In the wake of the recent scandal in the Arkansas Treasurer’s office, Milligan has said that neither he nor any member of his staff will accept gifts if he is elected to the office, the news release said.


Both men will explain their positions regarding their respective offices and will answer questions. The public is invited to attend and refreshments will be served.