FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
August 23, 2011
Arkansas Federation of Young Republicans Elect New Officers
Little Rock, Ark. – The Arkansas Federation of Young Republicans (AFYR) elected seven executive officers Saturday in Rogers at their 2011 State Convention.
Jack Avery of Fayetteville was elected AFYR Chairman. Avery is a Washington County Constable and works as a Sales Analyst at Rich Consumer Brands. He recently received his Master's degree in Business Administration from the Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas.
Also elected was First Vice Chair Andrew Clark of Hot Springs, Second Vice Chair Sarah Drye of Maumelle, Secretary Stacey Utley of Little Rock, Treasurer Luke McCoy of Sherwood, National Committeeman Brett Hooton of Bryant, and National Committeewoman Alison Melder of Little Rock.
“The Arkansas Federation of Young Republicans will serve as an integral part in helping defeat Barack Obama in 2012 and take the majority in the State Legislature,” said Republican Party of Arkansas Chairman Doyle Webb. “Their team will help ensure we have boots on the ground to carry out an effective statewide operation to elect Republicans at every level of government.”