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story.lead_photo.caption Photo submitted Siloam Springs Republican Women celebrated Arkansas' Republican election success at the home of Marilyn Barnett in Siloam Springs on Sunday, Nov. 15. Guest speaker Arkansas National Committeewoman Jonelle Fulmer of Fort SMith encouraged members to volunteer locally. She also said that Arkansas was the "Red-est state in the United States. Pictured, from left, are Christy Barnett, club president; Fulmer; Dianna Lankford, third district director of National Federation of Republican Women; Barnett; and Amy Brooker, club secretary.

Photo submitted Siloam Springs Republican Women celebrated Arkansas' Republican election success at the home of Marilyn Barnett in Siloam Springs on Sunday, Nov. 15. Guest speaker Arkansas National Committeewoman Jonelle Fulmer of Fort Smith encouraged members to volunteer locally. She also said that Arkansas was the "Red-est state in the United States. Pictured, from left, are Christy Barnett, club president; Fulmer; Dianna Lankford, third district director of National Federation of Republican Women; Barnett; and Amy Brooker, club secretary.

Photo submitted Siloam Springs Republican Women celebrated Arkansas' Republican election success at the home of Marilyn Barnett in Siloam Springs on Sunday, Nov. 15. Guest speaker Arkansas National Committeewoman Jonelle Fulmer of Fort Smith encouraged members to volunteer locally. She also said that Arkansas was the "Red-est state in the United States. Pictured, from left, are Christy Barnett, club president; Fulmer; Dianna Lankford, third district director of National Federation of Republican Women; Barnett; and Amy Brooker, club secretary.

Photo submitted Siloam Springs Republican Women celebrated Arkansas' Republican election success at the home of Marilyn Barnett in Siloam Springs on Sunday, Nov. 15. Guest speaker Arkansas National Committeewoman Jonelle Fulmer of Fort Smith encouraged members to volunteer locally. She also said that Arkansas was the "Red-est state in the United States. Pictured, from left, are Christy Barnett, club president; Fulmer; Dianna Lankford, third district director of National Federation of Republican Women; Barnett; and Amy Brooker, club secretary.

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