Cleovis Whiteside

Born: 29 May 1921
8326 Princeton Pike, Pine Bluff, Jefferson County, Arkansas 71692
Arkansas voter ID number: 2567715
This is the most recent information, as of 26 January 2021


1 December 2020 Whiteside, Cleovis Born: 29 May 1921 Address: 8326 Princeton Pike, Pine Bluff, Jefferson County, Arkansas 71692 Party: D (Democratic) Status: A (Active) Status Reason: REG (Registered)
18 February 2020 Whiteside, Cleovis Born: 29 May 1921 Address: 8326 Princeton Pike, Pine Bluff, Jefferson County, Arkansas 71692 Party: D (Democratic) Status: A (Active) Status Reason: REG (Registered)
24 September 2019 Whiteside, Cleovis Born: 29 May 1921 Address: 8326 Princeton Pike, Pine Bluff, Jefferson County, Arkansas 71692 Party: D (Democratic) Status: A (Active) Status Reason: REG (Registered)
14 April 2017 Whiteside, Cleovis Born: 29 May 1921 Address: 8326 Princeton Pike, Pine Bluff, Jefferson County, Arkansas 71692 Party: D (Democratic) Status: A (Active) Status Reason: REG (Registered)
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Would somebody please tell that brain-dead ignoramus to install a downloadable official portrait on his Congressional website.
United States Senator John Boozman
Arkansas
Telephone: 1-202-224-4843

For casework assistance contact one of his offices.


United States Senator Tom Cotton
For casework assistance, casework@cotton.senate.gov
Arkansas
Telephone: 1-870-864-8582



United States Representative Bruce Westerman
Fourth Congressional District of Arkansas



Governor Asa Hutchinson
State Capitol Room 250
500 Woodlane Ave.
Little Rock, AR 72201

Telephone: 1-501-682-2345

Arkansas also has a Lieutenant Governor. His name is Tim Griffin. You would never know it by visiting the State of Arkansas website unless you already knew exactly what to look for. The searchbox for elected officials does not display the lieutenant governor. Also, would somebody please tell that brain-dead ignoramus to put an official portrait on the website of the lieutenant governor.


Attorney General Leslie Rutledge
oag@arkansasag.gov

Telephone: 1-501-682-2007
Telephone: 1-800-482-8982

Bitch to the Office of the Attorney General about police brutality and racial profiling. You can also file a consumer complaint in English online or Spanish (.pdf) on paper.



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Bitch to members of the General Assembly about unjust Arkansas state laws, such as the drinking age; and tell them to overrule blatantly unjust local laws, such as zoning restrictions, by State law.



State Senator Stephanie Flowers
Stephanie.Flowers@senate.ar.gov
Senate District 25


State Representative Mike Holcomb
mike.holcomb@arkansashouse.org
House District 10
26 January 2021
County Jefferson
Voter ID 2567715
KEY REGISTRANT 2567715
CDE REGISTRANT STATUS A
CDE REGISTRANT REASON REG
date of birth 05/29/1921
date of registration 07/14/1965
TEXT NAME LAST Whiteside
TEXT NAME FIRST Cleovis
TEXT RES ADDRESS NBR 8326
TEXT STREET NAME Princeton
DESC STREET TYPE Pike
TEXT RES CITY Pine Bluff
CDE RES STATE AR
TEXT RES ZIP5 71692
IND MAIL N
Precinct Name 0073
Precinct Designation Code 073
Precinct Part Name 073.01
Precinct Part Designation Code 01
CDE PARTY D
date of party affiliation 02/01/2008
TEXT PHONE EXCHANGE 247
TEXT PHONE LAST FOUR 3835
Congressional District 004
State Senate District 025
State Representative District 010
Judicial District Subdivision 11.2
District Court District 40-1
Township District 19
Justice Of The Peace District 08
School District 249
School District Zone 2701
Date Last Voted 11/03/2020
Primary 2010 49052
Primary 2010 County Voted In 35
Primary 2010 Party Voted D
Primary 2010 How Voted E
Primary Runoff 2010 49092
Primary Runoff 2010 County Voted In 35
Primary Runoff 2010 Party Voted D
Primary Runoff 2010 How Voted E
General 2010 49118
General 2010 County Voted In 35
General 2010 How Voted E
Hwy Bonds 2011 49529
Hwy Bonds 2011 County Voted In 35
Hwy Bonds 2011 How Voted P
Primary 2012 49616
Primary 2012 County Voted In 35
Primary 2012 Party Voted D
Primary 2012 How Voted E
Primary Runoff 2012 49631
Primary Runoff 2012 County Voted In 35
Primary Runoff 2012 Party Voted D
Primary Runoff 2012 How Voted E
General 2012 49744
General 2012 County Voted In 35
General 2012 How Voted E
Primary 2014 50098
Primary 2014 County Voted In 35
Primary 2014 Party Voted D
Primary 2014 How Voted E
General 2014 50222
General 2014 County Voted In 35
General 2014 How Voted E
Primary 2016 50545
Primary 2016 County Voted In 35
Primary 2016 Party Voted D
Primary 2016 How Voted E
Primary Runoff 2016 50586
Primary Runoff 2016 County Voted In 35
Primary Runoff 2016 Party Voted D
Primary Runoff 2016 How Voted E
General 2016 50626
General 2016 County Voted In 35
General 2016 How Voted E
2018 Preferential Primary 51028
2018 Preferential Primary County Voted In 35
2018 Preferential Primary Party Voted D
2018 Preferential Primary How Voted E
2018 General 51088
2018 General County Voted In 35
2018 General How Voted E
2020 Preferential Primary 51420
2020 Preferential Primary Voted In 35
2020 Preferential Primary Party Voted D
2020 Preferential Primary How Voted E
2020 General 51465
2020 General 2020 County Voted In 35
2020 General How Voted A

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