"Bailing out Wall Street, with no strings attached, while leaving middle-class Arkansas taxpayers with the bill. Protecting insurance company profits instead of patients and lowering health costs. Gridlock, bickering and partisan games while unemployment is at a 25-year high. Enough is enough," he said.
Mr. Halter officially will file for the race Tuesday, but in a Web video released overnight Monday, he said he's entering the race to give voters an outsider's voice to send to Washington.