Ballot Access

PRESS RELEASE: McQueen’s ballot access petition lacks sufficient valid signatures 05/09/2018 pdf

PRESS RELEASE: McQueen, Independent candidate, thanks citizens of AR-04 for making her a better candidate     05/05/2018 pdf

In order to fight for An Arkansas for All at the federal level, we need to get Lee McQueen on the ballot so she can author, co-sponsor, lobby, and vote up specific legislation that puts people before profits.

  • Single payer healthcare
  • Affordable education and housing for all
  • Good jobs with living wages
  • Responsible businesses and strong tax base
  • Renewable energy development and infrastructure modernization
  • Safety and security with respect for civil liberties
  • Foreign policy with respect for human rights
  • Integrity and trust in the election process and active civic engagement

NOTE: District 4 includes:

Ashley, Bradley, Calhoun, Clark, Cleveland, Columbia, Dallas, Drew, Franklin, Garland, Grant, Hempstead, Hot Spring, Howard, Johnson, Lafayette, Little River, Logan, Madison, Miller, Montgomery, Nevada, Ouachita, Pike, Polk, Scott, Sevier, Union, Yell; parts of Crawford County, parts of Jefferson County, parts of Sebastian County [request assistance with specific details from your county clerk].

Progressive change is on the way! It’s time to Go 4th to the Future!

“Let’s Run for Congress!”

UPDATE 05/05/2018: Independent candidate Lee McQueen turned in signatures to Arkansas’s Secretary of State on 05/01/2018. The campaign awaits notification of McQueen’s ballot status.

UPDATE 02/23/2018: McQueen4Congress has confirmed with the Attorney for the Arkansas Secretary of State’s Office permission to use Tuesday May 1, 2018 as the new deadline to turn in 2000 valid signatures for ballot access. Please see also: Mark Moore’s Law

UPDATE 02/01/2018: McQueen4Congress will continue to work to meet the Thursday March 1st deadline. Thank you to all of our campaign surrogates for helping us to put progressive policies back on the Arkansas ballot!

UPDATE 01/27/2018: Judge Moody’s ruling to extend ballot access petition deadline to May 1st applies only to the Independent running for Lieutenant Governor. All other Independents in Arkansas are expected to meet March 1st deadline, per SoS Martin. Judge Moody will decide, “case-by-case.”

Please See: State’s March 1 petition deadline struck


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