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County Commissioner Candidate Donnie Haulk Kicks off Campaign

County Commissioner Candidate Donnie Haulk kicked off his political campaign in 138 Park Square in Forest City. The well-designed event venue center hosted approximately 200 people wishing success for Haulk in the election.

There was ample opportunity in the relaxed, friendly atmosphere to speak with Haulk, GOP Chair Bryson Smith,  other members of the RC Republican Party and the public.

When Haulk, a media and facility design engineer, took the stage, he introduced himself and explained his values, platform and reasons for running for office.

Donnie Haulk reports his values as:

  • Integrity,
  • Transparency, and
  • Accountability

As your county commissioner, I will always put the needs of our community first. I believe in honesty, transparency, and accountability in government. I am committed to working tirelessly to make our county a better place to live, work, and raise a family.

A place our grandkids will want to call home.


As a lifelong resident of this county, I am committed to making a positive difference in the lives of its residents. My experience in entrepreneurship, church and community  has given me the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively serve as your county commissioner. I am passionate about putting community interests first while being business friendly, improving infrastructure, promoting economic growth,  building a great county for future generations.


My campaign focuses on these key areas: Defending Personal Freedoms, Reducing Taxes, Reducing Regulations, Attracting Business and I’m committed to listening. I will work towards enhancing the quality of life for all residents. By working closely with community leaders and stakeholders, I am confident that we can achieve these goals and build a better future for our county.


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