The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas and the Arkansas Broadcasters Association (ABA) will host a training seminar for those seeking political office on Thursday, January 26 from 8:30 am to 4 pm at the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas offices in Little Rock.
The registration fee is $75 per attendee.
“The purpose of the seminar is to provide political candidates with information they need to run for public office,” said Carmie Henry, vice president of governmental affairs for the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas. “We consider this type of program a public service to the communities we serve. Experts will provide candidates with information from areas covering fundraising and campaign finance laws, message development and communicating the message, direct mail and get-out-the-vote techniques.”
“The Arkansas Broadcasters Association is pleased to again co-sponsor this event with the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas,” said Doug Krile, executive director for the ABA. “As broadcasters we are dedicated to serving our communities. This seminar is one of many public service activities that demonstrate that dedication.”
To enroll in the seminar, potential candidates should contact the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas’ government affairs department at 501.570.2271 or visit this link.
Talk Business & Politics host Roby Brock will emcee the seminar. “I’ve helped with this event for several years and can attest to the quality of the bipartisan advice and information provided to those seeking office at the local, state and federal levels,” Brock said.
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