(LITTLE ROCK, AR) The Arkansas Democratic Black Caucus (ADBC), an auxiliary unit of the Arkansas Democratic Party, elected new officers on Saturday, August 25, 2018 at Shorter College in North Little Rock. Debrah Mitchell of North Little Rock was elected president.

“I’m excited and honored to serve. It is my desire to help bring a new vision and energy to the Black Caucus. With roughly 70 days until midterm elections, we have a great deal of work to do and I look forward to working with the newly elected leadership team to help secure victories for Arkansas Democrats up and down the ballot in November,” said Mitchell.

“The Caucus needs to capture the current anti-Trump political energy among the African-Americans voters and use that to mobilize, motivate, and increase turnout and voter engagement.”

The other officers elected included:

First Vice President: Ethan Dunbar of Lewisville

Second Vice President: Diana Thomas of Little Rock

Secretary: Dr. Cheryl Felder-Stuart of Lewisville

Asst. Secretary: Kristina Gulley of North Little Rock

Treasurer: Michael Pridgeon, CPA of Little Rock

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    • Debrah Mitchell Reply

      We received your form and added you to the membership list. Thank you joining the Black Caucus.

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