Senator Jeremy Hutchinson To Speak At Aug. 25 Meeting

Saturday, August 25th
Rogers Public Library – Friends of RPL Community Room
10am-noon

Conservative Arkansas and the Washington County Tea Party would like to invite you to join us as we host an update on the Arkansas Highway Commission with Senator Jeremy Hutchinson (District 22) and his efforts to get the money to follow the cars. For those of you who attended the first meeting Conservative Arkansas held on this topic, you are aware that there is a glaring inequity between the transportation taxes coming out of NWA and the highway improvement dollars being invested back into the area.

Directly after the meeting with Senator Hutchinson (approximately 12:30), we will also be holding a members-only vote for general election endorsements. All are welcome to attend the meeting but only members will be allowed to stay and vote in the election. If you are not yet a member and would like to vote, you may become a 2012 member at the door for the pro-rated membership price of only $10. With membership, you also get a free Conservative Arkansas T-shirt.

Who is Senator Hutchinson?

Arkansas State Senator Jeremy Hutchinson is in his first term representing Senate District 22, which comprises portions of Pulaski and Saline counties. He was elected to the Senate in 2010. During the 88th General Assembly, he serves on the following committees: Legislative Joint Auditing, Arkansas Legislative Council, Joint Performance Review, Joint Retirement and Social Security, Senate Insurance and Commerce, and Senate Transportation, Technology and Legislative Affairs.

Senator Hutchinson served as State Representative for House District 31 in the Arkansas House of Representatives from 2000-2007. As State Representative, he served as Assistant Minority Leader and was a member of Joint Budget Committee, House Judiciary, Insurance and Commerce, Retirement and Pension Committee, and Joint Energy. Professionally, Senator Hutchinson is an attorney with Williams and Hutchinson Law Firm, admitted to practice in all courts in the State of Arkansas, as well as the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas. He is also a part-time deputy prosecutor in Saline County and an adjunct professor at John Brown University and Harding University, teaching employment law and economics. An active member of the Arkansas Bar Association, he serves on the association’s Legislative Task Force and Committee for Modern Judiciary. He also has membership with the Pulaski County Bar Association and the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce.

In 2002, Senator Hutchinson was named to Arkansas Business’ “40 under 40.” In 2005, he was voted one of the “Best Conservatives” by the readers of the Arkansas Times. Civically, Senator Hutchinson is a former member of the board of directors for the Arkansas Council of Economic Education and the Arkansas Children’s Scholarship Fund. He holds a
B.B.A. in economics from Harding University and a law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, where he was a member of the Moot Court Team.

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