DPGC Photos 2018

DPGC Monthly Meeting - July 18, 2018

Susan Inman, Democratic Candidate for Secretary of State was the keynote speaker. Campaign donations from the DPGC were disbursed to candidates.

Vice-Chair Reagan calls July DPGC Meeting to Order

Dem. SoS Candidate Susan Inman Addresses July DPGC Meeting

Dem. SoS Candidate Susan Inman Accepts DPGC Contribution from V-Chair Dave Reagan

AR Rep Candidate Alan Hughes Addresses July DPGC Meeting

AR Rep Candidate Alan Hughes Accepts DPGC Contribution from V-Chair Dave Reagan

AR Rep. Candidate Kallen Paret Accepts DPGC Contribution from V-Chair Dave Reagan

JP Candidate Cortney McKee Accepts DPGC Contribution from V-Chair Dave Reagan

Dem. SoS Candidate Susan Inman Addresses July DPGC Meeting

AR Rep Candidate Alan Hughes Addresses July DPGC Meeting

DPGC Monthly Meeting / County Convention - June 25, 2018

James Lowrey

Kevin Rogers, candidate for AR House District 22

Dave Reagan & Kevin Rogers

Hayden Shamel, candidate for 4th Cong. District

Timothy Yates

Bee the Change Dinner - June 8, 2018

Attendees

Hayden Shamel, candidate for Cong. District 4, addressed the crowd

Kevin Rogers, candidate for AR House District 22, spoke to the gathering

Attendees

Hayden Shamel mingles with the attendees

May Monthly Meeting

Blake Ross

Blake Ross, President of the Young Democrats of Arkansas, spoke at the monthly meeting of the Democratic Party of Garland County on Wednesday. The 25-year old resident of Laurence County in northeast Arkansas said he knew the Preamble of the Constitution as a second grader. Ross said he is a Democrat because he wants an active government that offers an equitable society.
This is Ross’ first year as President and it has been the first year the YDAR have grown since 2014. There are currently 27 Young Democrat chapters in the state, eight of which are in the 4th Congressional District, where he has seen the most growth. There are three Young Democrat chapters in Garland County: National Park College, Lakeside High School and Arkansas School for Math Science and the Arts.
There are only seven Young Republican chapters in Arkansas. Ross said the number is misleading, however, because those groups are split between high school and college, whereas Young Democrat chapters include both age groups.
The four Young Democrats at the Wednesday meeting had been canvassing door to door for Hayden Shamel’s campaign for US Congress. Ross said they enjoy canvassing: “We’re willing to knock on doors till our legs fall off and knuckles bleed.”

State & Local Candidate Forum - May 4, 2018

Hosted by National Park College and the Garland County Farm Bureau, the event provided candidates with an opportunity to speak with constituents and showcase their campaigns.

Attendees

Alan Hughes, candidate for AR House District 26, and his wife Monica greet constituents

Ray Stinson, candidate for Justice of the Peace, District 4 and Hayden Shamel, candidate for Cong. District 4

April Monthly Meeting

Guest Speaker Jesse Gibson, president of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, spoke on the reasons to vote NO on Issue 1, House Joint Resolution 1016 referred to the voters by the Legislature.
Popular Name - A Constitutional Amendment Adding as a Qualification to Vote that a Voter Present Certain Valid Photographic Identification When Casting a Ballot In Person or Casting an Absentee Ballot.
Read the full Proposal here HJR 1016

Attentive Crowd

Guest Speaker, Jessie Gibson

Well Attended

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