Joy Springer is serving her first term in the Arkansas House. She represents District 34 which includes a portion of Little Rock. She is an...

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Kimberly Daniels was elected to the Jacksonville City Council as an at-large member in 2011. In two months, she received almost 93,000 votes while managing...

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Freddie Powell Sims decided to enter politics because of her desire to provide a voice for those citizens who do not seem to have one....

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Delores Hogan Johnson’s lifelong dedication to educating District 84’s youth spans decades and continues today. Johnson committed three decades to St. Lucie County public schools,...

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LaTanya Garrett has aided metro Detroit as a licensed first responder and as a small business owner. During her time in the Michigan Legislature, she...

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Lanira Murphy moved to Los Angeles 10 years ago driven to serve students in underprivileged communities of Los Angeles. Teaching and serving as an administrator...

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Kim Schofield is a community leader and health advocate who works as an assistant director in the film and television industry. A graduate of Duke...

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Mathylde Frontus’ passion for workers’ rights, jobs, mental health services, and a more transparent, equitable government led her into politics. Securing funding for seniors at...

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Linda Pondexter Chesterfield (Democratic Party) is a member of the Arkansas State Senate, representing District 30. Chesterfield assumed office in 2011. Chesterfield's current term ends...

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Marcia Ranglin-Vassell has been a high school English teacher in Rhode Island for the last 17 years. Prior to teaching in Providence, she taught in...

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