2018 Race for U.S. House Seat, Arkansas, District 4.
Arkansas — United States House of Representatives Candidate Lee McQueen announced in October of 2017 that she filed to enter the 2018 race to represent the 4th Congressional District of Arkansas.
McQueen, an Independent Progressive, intends to run her grassroots-inspired congressional campaign for Arkansas’s 4th District free from corporate money and influence all the way to Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
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During the 2018 campaign, Lee plans to travel throughout District 4 and visit cities such as Texarkana, Hope, Arkadelphia, Magnolia, Monticello, El Dorado, Pine Bluff, Hot Springs, Mount Ida, Waldron, Clarksville, plus towns in-between, to speak to as many citizens as possible about their concerns and their issues and what they require from a congressional representative.
Lee says, “Let’s Run for Congress!”
An avid Bernie Sanders supporter, McQueen is concerned with progressive issues such as, healthcare, education, and housing for all; good jobs and living wages; responsible businesses and strong tax base; renewable energy development and infrastructure modernization; safety and security with respect for civil liberties; foreign policy with respect for diplomacy and human rights; integrity and trust in the electoral process; plus active civic engagement are only a few examples of what make strong, prosperous, healthy, happy, productive communities.