Join us on Dickson St. to Meet our New Policy Director




Dear Friend,

Meet Our New Policy Director and Talk About What It Will Take to Keep Making Progress in the Current Political Climate!

Please join us for a meet and greet reception on Dickson Street to welcome Kymara to the team and discuss the latest on the upcoming elections and legislative sessions. The Citizens First Congress is making a push for stronger campaigns this year, and we need your help.

Monday,  March 7 from 4:30-6:30 

U.S. Pizza Company

202 Dickson Street

Fayetteville, AR

Please join the Facebook event HERE

Kymara Seals is a 1988 honor graduate and Lion Scholar of Hamburg High School and a 1994 honor graduate of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff where she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. An Arkansas native, Seals comes with a strong political background and experience building successful campaigns in the Natural State, including a successful statewide grassroots voter empowerment campaign for the NAACP National Voter Fund. For twelve years she served as Deputy State Director for US Senator Mark Pryor where she worked on various policy issues with her D.C. counterparts and supervised a team of caseworkers that helped constituents navigate through federal bureaucracy. She also supervised a team of field staff who traveled the state of Arkansas where they developed and maintained relationships with elected officials, major business and industry, chamber of commerce directors, community leaders, universities, colleges, community college officials, governmental relations liaisons, public relations directors, county project coordinators, and grant administrators. In addition, Kymara attended and participated in local and regional economic development meetings, governmental and political meetings.

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The Arkansas Citizens First Congress is a  grassroots coalition of 54 community groups from across Arkansas that works on progressive reform at the Arkansas Legislature.

The Ten Priorities for A Better Arkansas:

Opportunities to learn for all students

A sound state budget, fair taxes and Reauthorize the Private Option Health Insurance

The Clean Air & Clean Energy Initiative for Arkansas' Economic Future

Arkansas State Water Plan

Oppose state-level or punitive immigration reform

Prison Reform & Judicial Equality for Mental Health

Fair Election Reform

Worker fairness and safety

Create an Arkansas Civil & Human Rights Commission

Reform eminent domain to protect citizens

1308 West Second Street | Little Rock, AR 72201 US

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