You might have seen her on AM Joy speaking with Joy Reid on MSNBC or possibly you’ve watched her talk show Politics of Conviction. Now you can hear her story of getting involved in politics and her hopes for the future of politics.
I sat down with Leticia Sanders for a discussion about her run to be the Democratic Candidate for the election of Governor of Arkansas.
With over 20 years of experience overseeing elections and protecting voting rights, Susan Inman is imminently qualified for the position of Secretary of State for Arkansas. We sat down for an interview so join me in getting to know the woman who will hopefully be our next Secretary of State.
Dean Flanagan interviews Gwen Combs about her campaign for the Democratic Candidate for House of Representatives Arkansas District 2
I sat down with Dr Anthony Bland to discuss his campaign for Lt. Governor of Arkansas. From a desire to attain a quality education for every student in our state to fighting for affordable healthcare—Arkansas' potential has always been at the forefront of my desire to run for office.
Independent licensed psychological examiner and behavioral health care professional, Maureen Skinner is running for Arkansas Senate district 35. It seems she has a good understanding why the incompetent, Jason Rapert (R) needs to be replaced. She has strong rational views for improving Arkansas for all citizens. Enjoy listening to our conversation and support this promising candidates.
It would appear that I was not the only one in Arkansas who saw the need to introduce the voters in the state to our many fine liberal politicians. Dean has been talking to Democratic politicians for some time as a member of the Arkansas Democratic Party and the Sebastion County Democrats. He has recently been interviewing candidates and it was suggested that we join forces so I have extended the invitation and Dean has accepted.
Ryan Carter is a young man from Corning, Arkansas who currently works at Walmart and is involved with the Young Democrats of Arkansas. He's also busy traveling through the 56th district meeting with the electorate and spreading his message that they deserve someone in the state legislature who will work for THEM and not the special interest who receive the lion's share of attention in the state house.
The 39 year old Springdale native and former executive director of Arkansas' Teach for America has set his sights on the Governor's Mansion. He has been campaigning across the state since mid December and has been to more than half the counties so far, and he's not showing any signs of slowing down. I did manage to get him to slow down long enough to speak with me on day students across the nation were walking out of classrooms to protest inaction in congress to stem the tide of gun rampages that continue in America.
To find out more about Jared and to get involved go on over to his campaign website
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