Walker said one of the biggest hangups he's had, both as mayor and as a lifelong resident of Reeves, is the reaction he's gotten when giving people his number. He describes it as a pause, followed by the admonition: "Y'all have to change that."
"That's what we're trying to get rid of," he said. "This is a good town. ... We're good Christian people.
And now, thank God, they have the phone number to prove it.
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