Amy June Pierce

Born: 31 March 1977
10354 Blue Ball Road, Gravelly, Yell County, Arkansas 72838
Arkansas voter ID number: 2750378
Telephone: 1-479-299-4179
This is the most recent information, as of 1 December 2020


18 February 2020 Mrs Pierce, Amy June Born: 31 March 1977 Address: 10354 Blue Ball Road, Gravelly, Yell County, Arkansas 72838 Party: O (Optional) Status: A (Active) Status Reason: AAC
24 September 2019 Mrs Pierce, Amy June Born: 31 March 1977 Address: 10354 Blue Ball Road, Gravelly, Yell County, Arkansas 72838 Party: O (Optional) Status: A (Active) Status Reason: AAC
14 April 2017 Mrs Pierce, Amy June Born: 31 March 1977 Address: 10354 Blue Ball Road, Gravelly, Yell County, Arkansas 72838 Party: O (Optional) Status: A (Active) Status Reason: AAC
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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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Arkansas State Senators are members of the Arkansas Senate. Arkansas State Representatives are members of the Arkansas House of Representatives. In Arkansas, the state legislature is the Arkansas General Assembly, which consists of the Arkansas Senate and the Arkansas House of Representatives. They hold their sessions in the State Capitol in Little Rock.

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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 Gary Stubblefield
gary.stubblefield@senate.ar.gov
Senate District 6


State Representative Marcus E. Richmond
richmond4staterep@gmail.com
House District 21
1 December 2020
County Yell
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date_of_registration 04/08/1996
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TEXT_NAME_MIDDLE June
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date_of_party_affiliation 03/20/2006
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TEXT_PHONE_EXCHANGE 299
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SchoolDistrict 229
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