Public Schedule – Thursday, November 3
Chris Jones to Meet With and Rally Young Voters at UCA, Hendrix, UALR and Philander Smith College
With four days of early voting remaining, Chris Jones, the Democratic nominee for Arkansas Governor, is on the campaign trail talking to young voters in Conway (University of Central Arkansas and Hendrix College) and Little Rock (Philander Smith College and University of Arkansas-Little Rock).
Event & Location
Thursday, November 3, 2022
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Meet and Greet: UALR
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
[Speaking] Chapel at Philander Smith College, PSC, 900 W Daisy L Gatson Bates Dr, Little Rock
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Rally & Vote: Walk from Philander Smith to Williams Library
Start: PSC, 900 W Daisy L Gatson Bates Dr, Little Rock
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Fish Fry & Grill at the Office
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Meet and Greet at Blessed Gals
Location: Blessed Gals, 828 Chestnut St, Conway, AR 72032
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Young Adults for Chris
Location: Presentation Hall at UCA’s Farris Hall, Student Lane & Farris Road, Conway
End of Scheduled Activities
***THE DAILY PUBLIC SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE***
Jones will be available for photos, comments and brief interviews during this time. The campaign will facilitate one-on-one interviews as best it can given time constraints. Please call XXX-XXX-5602.
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About Chris Jones
Dr. Chris Jones, the 2022 Democratic nominee for Governor of Arkansas, is a physicist, minister, educator, non-profit executive leader, father and husband. Chris, a Pine Bluff, Arkansas native, is a son of two preachers and was raised with a strong sense of faith. He attended Morehouse College on a NASA Scholarship for physics and math, then went on to study at MIT becoming a nuclear engineer and earning a Ph.D. in urban planning. After becoming ordained as a minister, Chris returned home to Arkansas and led the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub. Through this work, he has seen firsthand how disparities within Arkansas have gotten worse, not better. He believes there is much room for growth, including improving public education opportunities in every community, strengthening infrastructure from roads to broadband access, protecting and securing our right to vote, and bridging the rural and urban divide. Chris has faith in Arkansas’s potential, and he is running for governor to ensure every person in Arkansas has an opportunity to succeed. Chris is the proud husband to Dr. Jerrilyn Jones, an emergency medicine physician and U.S. Air Force combat veteran who served in Afghanistan. Together, they are proud parents to three daughters.