Dean Interviews Josh Mahony

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 can find out more about Josh on his campaign website, his campaign page on Facebook, on Twitter, and on Instagram

Dean interviews Maureen Skinner

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.

Welcome to the team Dean Flanagan

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 for State Rep Dist 56

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.