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NEAIndivisible 38m
Mental Health Matters letter-writing meet up is happening on May 2 in Jonesboro at 6PM. We'll be meeting at Panera Bread—bring some stamps & a pen and let's write our reps!
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TalkBusinessArkansas 3h
Talk Business & Politics Monday Morning Briefing is out. Read for FREE here -
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Will Watson Apr 17
Nothing that happens tomorrow changes that: ▶️There are only 6 months to find & recruit candidates in all 76 GOP seats in the House ▶️Each one will need to raise $3000 to file if the 2018 fee structure holds ▶️We’ll need hundreds of volunteers to break a GOP supermajority
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Bill Platcard 18m
Her idol and preferred political idol called the Easter Worshippers
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micah Apr 10
if governor Hutchinson signs SB411 after admitting he knows it will lead to racial profiling, he is just endorsing racial profiling. Tell Asa to veto this bill. Please. 501-682-2345
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Will Watson Apr 20
I’m getting a lot of messages about recruiting someone to run against the junior United States Senator from Arkansas in 2020. A few thoughts on that process for followers.
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Daniel Bishop Apr 8
Grassroots at its best! Amazed by what Arkansas volunteers have accomplished so far. In just a weekend this group organized people from all over the state to show up at the Capitol and stop a final push to pass a Stand Your Ground bill.
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Jessica Rogers Apr 8
Today, my daughter was beside me at the Arkansas Sate Capitol, along other truly amazing volunteers. She got to SEE how our democracy works first hand! Moms will ALWAYS be at the ready to oppose dangerous gun bills. ALWAYS.
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TalkBusinessPolitics Apr 21
Today on Talk Business & Politics > on + town hall on opioids + a look at aerospace/defense industry in Ark. w/ Tune in Statewide!
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Democratic Party of Arkansas Apr 20
It is State Committee time in Little Rock!
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Shannon Watts Apr 9
Arkansas volunteers lined the stairway to the Senate chamber yesterday to tell lawmakers oppose Stand Your Ground. Afterward, the bill was moved to interim study, meaning it’s off the table this session and we helped stop a final push to pass the bill. 💪
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JuleeDunekackeJaeger Apr 20
Replying to @AsaHutchinson
🚮🚮🚮 The reporting requirement, work requirement, and website are trash. My internet was out three days this week and I live in a neighborhood that had a fancy fundraiser for you. It only gets worse for those less fortunate.
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Waspy Twit Apr 5
On Thursday, members of the Arkansas chapter of delivered petitions to the Senate minority leader with more than 2,000 signatures against the bill.
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Nez Apr 10
This bill would allow local law enforcement across the state to question people about their immigration status. It will have devastating consequences in our communities making them less safe and destroy decades of progress in AR. Gov MUST VETO !
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Rosa Velázquez Apr 10
. Hi. I helped passed the ARK & & like you, I wore white and took my family with me to celebrate them being signed into law.
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Dr. Lisa Corrigan Apr 8
SYG again? Guess the NRA wants to get folks on the record right before the end of session so that Dems have plenty of time to microtarget their seats like they did in D84. With friends like these . . .
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Amy Freer Apr 8
Proud of AR Senators and Moms Demand Action. We are all in this together. Democracy in action.
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Chris Ogburn Apr 20
Was able to attend Arkansas NAACP Quarterly State Conference and to my surprise it was Senator Flowers greeting us with opening words and wisdom for our future impact in Arkansas.
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Trent Garner For Senate Apr 20
I had a great time throwing out the first pitch at the Ouachita County Recreational Center Jamboree. The umpire said it was a strike for sure.
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Democratic Party of Arkansas Apr 20
Go Dems go! We’ve got a full house for our State Committee meeting!
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