The Arkansas Democratic Black Caucus, an auxiliary unit of the Arkansas Democratic Party, elected new officers at its recent convention on Saturday, July 14, 2012 at the State Capitol.
Clark County Assessor Kasey Summerville of Arkadelphia was elected to a second term as president.
“It is my desire to continue to work hard to move this Caucus forward,” said Summerville. “I am eagerly anticipating working with this newly elected leadership team and the ADBC membership. Many Democrats are facing tough
re-election and election campaigns throughout this state and the ADBC looks forward to participating in grassroots efforts to help them secure a victory in November. We have some very important elections to focus our attention on and more importantly, working to get President Barack Obama re-elected.”
The other officers elected included Rizelle Aaron as first vice president, Darrell Stephens as second vice president, Pat Banks as secretary, Lynette Vinson as assistant secretary and Sharl Hill as treasurer.
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