We’re gonna have to do the work

At the start of the new year, all of us here at the state party have recommitted, doubled-down, and gotten to work. 2020 is finally here, and we are ready to make sure we bring progress to the Natural State.

If we want to be the party that gives health care to the single mom in Lewisville, raises the salary of the teacher in Lepanto, feeds the senior citizen in Charleston, and protects the Dreamer in Clarksville —

— We’re gonna have to do the work.

As your Chairman, I want to highlight some of the work that we are doing each week. I want to show you that we are not only out there doing the tough work but also that progress is being made.

We have trained candidates, campaign staff, and volunteers all across this state. In the past few months, we have been to El Dorado, Fayetteville, and Forrest City. Our most recent training was held at the I.B.E.W Union Hall in Little Rock.

Then, we kept the momentum going with our first Day of Action Phone Bank.

The DPA has set up four weekly regional Phone Banks: