The League of Women Voters is working with the Central Arkansas Library System, AAUW, and KUAR radio to hold a series of Candidate Forums, for all mayoral candidates. We have secured four branch libraries, in different neighborhoods. It is important for you to commit to these dates as soon as possible. All forums will be from 6:30-7:30
Each of the first four forums has a different topic. The fifth forum will incorporate questions from all areas and could possible center around any recent issues facing the city at that time.
We will have moderator for each forum, and will gather questions from several different civic organizations. The format will include brief opening and closing statements from each candidate, questions from the moderator, and then questions from the audience. We will have volunteers to collect the question cards and review the questions, to help the night flow more efficiently.
Forum on Crime
John Gould Fletcher- 823 N. Buchanan St.
Little Rock, AR 72205
Forum on Infrastructure
Hilary Rodham Clinton Children's
4800 W. 10th St.
Little Rock, AR 72204
Forum on Education
Roosevelt Thompson,38 Rahling Circle
Little Rock, AR 72223
Forum 5- General
100 River Market Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201
LWVPC Convener, Carol Young, moderating the Pulaski County Judges Forum on September 8, 2014
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Monday, June 8, 2015—5:30 pm—Fletcher Library Community Room
Our speaker for the Annual Meeting
We are pleased to have LRSD Superintendent Baker Kurrus as our guest at our Annual Meeting. Mr. Kurrus was recently appointed to lead the district after it was taken over by the State Board of Education.
Mr. Kurrus is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Arkansas, and re-ceived his Juris Doctorate from Harvard University. Mr. Baker has been a practic-ing attorney and businessman in Little Rock for over 30 years. He served on the Little Rock School Board from 1998-2010. He was the recipient of ViPs’ Jane Mendel Award in 1996.
In addition to his role as a Little Rock School Board member, he was council attor-ney and president of the Quapaw Area Council Inc. of the Boy Scouts of America and is currently on the board of directors for CHI St. Vincent.
Tuesday April 12th,2016
Citizens to Improve I-30 Crossing announced that Norman Marshall, president of Smart Mobility, Inc., will
give a presentation at 6 p.m. tonight at First United Methodist Church, 8th and Center streets. The public is invited
Marshall has analyzed the Highway Department's approach to planning for the project.