The Republican Party of Arkansas announced Wednesday (July 7) it hired Tyler Jordon to serve as Political Communications Director and Julie Williams as Deputy Political Communications Director for the party.
Jordon and Williams will oversee communications, grassroots, messaging, and mobilization efforts for the Arkansas GOP in the 2022 election cycle.
“We are thrilled to have two brilliant new employees at the RPA and are excited for their future here,” said RPA Executive Director Sarah Jo Reynolds.
“The Republican Party of Arkansas welcomes Tyler and Julie. We are excited about the ideas and energy they bring, and we look forward to working with them to keep Arkansas red,” said RPA Chairman Jonelle Fulmer.
Jordon has worked in communications and politics in the nonprofit, corporate, and political sectors. Most recently, Jordon served as the public relations director of Hospice of Southern West Virginia. Previously, Jordon served as an associate at PLUS Communications, the sister agency to Republican political consulting firm FP1 Strategies, and as the communications coordinator for the West Virginia Republican Party in the 2018 election cycle.
Jordon has a B.A. in political science from the University of Mississippi and an M.A. in political communication from American University.
Williams, a Southwest Arkansas native, most recently served as a field representative and projects coordinator in the district office of U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman, R-Hot Springs.
During her undergraduate career, she worked closely with the party on local campaigns alongside the Clark County Republican Committee and the Arkansas Federation of College Republicans. Williams has a B.A. in mass communications and political science from Ouachita Baptist University.