Clark County, Arkansas (5/10/2022) – Amelia May Johnson is on the ballot for Clark County, Arkansas Justice of the Peace District 8 as an independent. According to voting registration records, Amelia May Johnson should have a good chance at winning the position, because ninety-two percent of Clark County voters are registered as unaffiliated.
Amelia is a self-employed small business owner specializing in website design. She grew up in Clark County, and considers her view of government as “Christian Democracy”. Seeking to build a coalition around herself that ranges from Trump Conservatives to Bernie Progressives, Amelia wants to represent everyone and not just the people she agrees with. She is endorsed by the Reform Party.
Amelia decided to run for Justice of the Peace because the county website has not been updated since about 2004. Most of the people it lists as county representatives are out of office and most of the email links are dead. If the county couldn’t even update its website in over fifteen years, she wondered what other tasks it hadn’t handled in that time.
It is possible to find out more about Amelia May Johnson at https://amj4jp8.com/
Reform Party Endorses Amelia May Johnson for Clark County Justice of the Peace
Clark County, Arkansas (5/10/2022) – The Reform Party is proud to announce our endorsement of Amelia May Johnson for Clark County Justice of the Peace District 8 in Arkansas. The Justice of the Peace in Arkansas is equivalent to the office of county commissioner in other states. The Reform Party was drawn to Amelia based on her balanced approach to today’s issues, and her attempt to build a coalition around herself that ranges from Trump Conservatives to Bernie Progressives.
As the Reform Party rebuilds on the grassroots level, it is getting involved mostly in local elections. This shift in focus is to rebuild Reform Party affiliates in local areas, so it can be a dominant force in issues that affect people’s daily lives. Over the next several years, the Reform Party will be focusing on great, local candidates like Amelia May Johnson.
“I am extremely excited to work with Amelia May Johnson, and work with her to get elected to office,” said Reform Party Chairman Nicholas Hensley.
Amelia May Johnson is running on a number of local issues including creating ordinances for safe housing, increasing transparency in local government and protecting the constitutional rights of The People. As a self employed small business owner, she wishes to bring the same sense of service she brings to her customers to her constituents.For more information contact Nicholas Hensley or Shawn Storm at firstname.lastname@example.org.