When: Saturday, Sept 28, 10 a.m. – noon
Where: Rogers Public Library
711 S Dixieland Rd
Rogers, AR 72758
Friends of RPL Community Room
Representative Sue Scott, R-95, will be the guest speaker for the September meeting of Conservative Arkansas. She will present “A Day in the Life of a Legislator” in which she will describe the typical activities that a state legislator completes during a year in office. Although the House of Representatives is only in official session for three months in odd years and one month in even years, our legislators spend far more time attending to various other related activities that the average Arkansan doesn’t see or hear about… until now.
Sue Scott is serving her first term in the Arkansas House of Representatives, representing District 95. She currently serves on the following legislative committees:
- Aging, Children and Youth, Legislative and Military Affairs, Member
- Energy, Member
- Judiciary, Member
- Subcommittee on Aging, Member
- Subcommittee on Corrections and Criminal Law, Vice Chair
Sue Scott, a lifetime resident of Arkansas, has been married to her husband John for 25 years. She has four beautiful children and eight grandchildren. Her family has been the center and joy of her life. The future of her children and grandchildren has always been of great concern to her. She strives to make their future better by standing strong on issues such as economy and education.
She graduated from the University of Arkansas Technical School in 1973 and has owned several small businesses including a day care and catering service. She has also been an active member of her community. She has been a member of the Benton County Republican Party for over 25 years . She has volunteered for Rogers Public Schools, been a member of and served on many community boards and is a member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority.
Sue is a Christian and member of St. Theodore’s Episcopal Church. Sue holds her belief in God and her faith in her religion close to her heart when making decisions regarding her family and the people of Arkansas. With much support and loving blessings from her friends and family, Sue ran for and won the 2012 election for the House of Representatives District 95 seat in the 89th General Assembly. After serving only a small time of her first term, Sue knew that she had found something she truly loved. She continues to work hard to listen to the people of her district and others in Arkansas and she hopes to exceed her constituents’ expectations of her job in office as she seeks re-election in 2014.