Darr Named to Leadership of Nation’s Lieutenant Governors Association
Lt. Gov. Mark Darr
Arkansas Lieutenant Governor Mark A. Darr was recently chosen to serve on the
leadership committee of the National Lieutenant Governors Association (NLGA).
NLGA is the professional association for the officeholders first in line of
succession to governor in all 50 states and the U.S. territories.
Governor Darr will serve as the South Region, Republican-at-Large member of the
NLGA Executive Committee. “The lieutenant governorwas appointed
this position in consideration of his contributions to the bi-partisan work of
NLGA,” said NLGA Executive Director Julia Hurst.”
a NLGA leader, Lt. Governor Darrwill work with his peers across
the nation to find and foster multi-state and regional solutions to problems,"
said NLGA Chair Nebraska Lieutenant Governor Rick Sheehy. "Through NLGA, the
nation's lieutenant governors discuss shared concerns and seek to influence
said he was honored to have been selected and looks forward to working with the
NLGA Executive Committee.”
committee meets about three times a year and is responsible for charting the
course of issues and work to be pursued by the nation’s second-highest state and
territorial officeholders. In addition to its specific duties, the committee
will also address issues of mutual concern to all members. Lieutenant Governor
Darr will serve until July of 2012 at which time he is eligible for
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