Your contributions, support, belief, & optimism got Lee McQueen there–PINE BLUFF, HOT SPRINGS, ARKADELPHIA, HOPE, TEXARKANA, CAMDEN, MAGNOLIA, EL DORADO!
McQueen attended the Grand Opening of Bee Line, M A R D I G R A S celebration time in TEXARKANA. She provided updates on the McQueen2018 campaign for AR-04 House seat, took questions, collected ballot signatures, and shared campaign literature.
We also greatly enjoyed our recent visit to PINE BLUFF, participating in an education policy discussion at UA-Pine Bluff, and hope to return very soon!
THANK YOU to all the wonderful people we met in Pine Bluff at the university, college, newspaper, senior center, library, church, EVERYWHERE who offered to volunteer, contribute to, and support this independent, progressive campaign for Arkansas’s District 4.
Garland County Library in HOT SPRINGS is a wonderful, vibrant contributor to culture & community. We enjoyed the librarians, the people, the programming, especially Little Rock 9 Storytelling with Linda Gorham!
We followed a night of jazz at Garland County Library with open mic poetry at Koffee Kollective, also in HOT SPRINGS, where McQueen explained her main reason for publicly declaring herself a candidate in Arkansas’s District 4 House race on 10/02/2017–single payer healthcare.
We wish to thank Brianna Fricks, Black Student Association, and Henderson University for inviting McQueen as guest speaker at the State of the Black Union Conference in ARKADELPHIA.
McQueen sincerely appreciated the opportunity to hold forth on issues of the day, concerns that affect most of us, and positive steps for the future.
Henderson University alumni have every reason to be proud of the new generation of Millenials striving towards excellence in academia.
Thank you EL DORADO for the opportunity to participate in the celebration of African American Friends & Family Day! Independent House candidate Lee McQueen made the full triangle also visiting CAMDEN and MAGNOLIA on an event-filled Saturday to greet as many residents as possible and to pick up additional signatures for ballot access. We appreciate each opportunity to educate and be educated on important issues for Arkansas’s District 4.
McQueen filed with the FEC, September 28, 2017, and declared herself a candidate for Arkansas’s District 4 House seat publicly on October 2, 2017. She has worked hard to campaign and get the word out for progressive causes ever since.
McQueen needs 2000 valid signatures to qualify for ballot access. Please help McQueen to continue the battle for ballot access all the way to the UPDATE: Tuesday May 1, 2018 filing deadline in order to put progressive causes such as single payer healthcare, free college tuition, $15 minimum wage tied to inflation, etc on the federal ballot for Tuesday November 6, 2018.
“Let’s Run for Congress!”