At a time when most people would retire and enjoy the good life, Mr Lee has found a higher calling, he wants to be the next Attorney General for the state of Arkansas, and he has pledged to bring all his knowledge and experience to the office to make Arkansas a better, safer place to live.
Kae Chatman is the current President of the Arkansas chapter of NOW the National Organization for Women and she was kind of enough to sit down with me and tell us about the work that she is doing for NOW and her life and experiences.
Kae is a remarkable woman whose life has been as varied as working in military intelligence and becoming a company commander to her roll as an educator at the Arkansas State University Beebe and as the current President of the Arkansas chapter of NOW,
Once again I got the chance to speak with Maureen Skinner, the Democratic candidate for the Arkansas Senate District 35. A big part of our conversation this time concerned the separation of children from those coming across our southern borders. Maureen says that she agrees with the American Psychiatric Association's statement on child separation.
Josh Mahony is running for the US House of Representatives, representing the Arkansas 3rd Congressional district. Josh is the past president of both the Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund and the Ozark Literary Council Board of Directors. He was born in Eldorado, AR, grew up on a horse farm, and is part-owner of his family's natural resources company. His mother, Alice Mahony, has been a leader in promoting public education and his uncle, Jodie Mahony, served a long time as an Arkansas state representative. Josh and his wife, Rhianon DeLeeuw, live in Fayetteville along with their four loveable dogs.
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.