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Topic - Mark Darr
An Arkansas House committee is scheduled to consider a Senate bill that would keep the lieutenant governor's office vacant until the November election.
More than 30 people have applied for a position as a lobbyist for the University of Arkansas, a job designed to influence policy to benefit the school's flagship campus in Fayetteville.
All of the staffers in the office of former Lt. Gov. Mark Darr will step down in June because of Darr's resignation, a top Arkansas lawmaker said Monday.
The Arkansas Senate unanimously approved a bill Thursday that would avoid a special election this year for the lieutenant governor's position left open by the resignation of Mark Darr.
The top party leaders of the Arkansas Senate filed a bill Monday aimed at avoiding a special election to fill the lieutenant governor's office after Mark Darr resigned over ethics violations.
Three weeks after saying he'd step down over ethics violations tied to his campaign and office spending, Arkansas Lt. Gov. Mark Darr made his resignation official on Friday.
Arkansas Lt. Gov. Mark Darr told investigators that "carelessness" on his part led to the ethics and campaign finance violations that ultimately led to his planned resignation, the state Ethics Commission said in a report released Thursday.
Here are excerpts from recent editorials in Arkansas newspapers:
With Arkansas Lt. Gov. Mark Darr stepping down next month over ethics violations, legislators said Thursday there's growing support to change the law so the state can avoid a special election to fill the post for just a few months.
Mark Darr's stake in the ground turned out to be the nail in his political coffin.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A text of an open letter Lt. Gov. Mark Darr wrote to the people of Arkansas on Friday announcing he would leave office Feb. 1
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas Lt. Gov. Mark Darr said Friday he would leave office Feb. 1, giving in to pressure from Democrats and fellow Republicans who said his impeachment was inevitable over ethics violations tied to his campaign and office spending.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Lt. Gov. Mark Darr had the right message at the right time when he was elected Arkansas' second-in-command in 2010 despite no prior political experience.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — With pressure mounting for Arkansas Lt. Gov. Mark Darr to resign or be removed from office over ethics violations, fellow Republicans are wrestling with the political consequences of a prolonged impeachment fight during an election year.
Darr wrote that his last job was as lieutenant governor, noting that he would explain his reason for leaving during the interview process.