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Monday, May 22, 2006 

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* MEDIA ADVISORY *

For Immediate Release
May 22, 2006
Contact: Kathryn Cherry
501.773-5254

Issue Advocacy Group Fires Up For

2006 Election Cycle

Statewide 527 Group Communicates Conservative Issues to Voters

Little Rock (May 22, 2006) -- Many political observers have deemed this election cycle a "watershed" election in Arkansas politics. Arkansans are gearing up for a vigorous November election with many important issues at stake. Current issues will affect voters statewide for many years to come and ongoing communication about issues to voters is essential.

Coalition for Arkansas' Future (CFAF) is a grassroots 527 issue advocacy organization focused primarily on promoting conservative issues and executing issue advocacy campaigns at the state and local level. CFAF's primary emphasis will be insuring that voters have relevant facts about conservative issues and candidates.

Kathryn Cherry is the Executive Director of the Coalition for Arkansas' Future. Ms. Cherry is a former Client Executive for Burson-Marsteller, a public relations firm in Dallas, Texas, where she led the Help America Vote Act Voter Education campaign in the state of Texas. In 2004, she served as a field director for the Arkansas Leadership Committee, the coordinated campaign for the Republican Party of Arkansas. Her responsibilities included the 1st Congressional District in which President George W. Bush defeated John Kerry.

Ms. Cherry, said "There are important issues and decisions facing Arkansas voters that are worthy of debate. Our goal is to assist in those conservative issues and running effective issue advocacy campaigns at the state and local levels. We want to help brighten the future of this great state by supporting issues such as protecting private property rights, promoting tax reform for consumers and manufacturers, and making our communities safer by ensuring that criminals are kept in jail."

Cherry continued, "We are truly a grassroots organization that will be taking important issues to voters at the local level. Our goal is to make a difference in this important election cycle."

Dan Rhea, board member from Faulkner County, stated, "Other than actually running for office your self, supporting CFAF is by far the most effective way the average Arkansans can change the political landscape this year."

For more information, please visit our website at www.cfaf2006.org . CFAF's website will consist of a blog and the news topics of the day.

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