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Republican Arkansas SOS names staff, takes oath of office

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January 11, 2011

LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas: Former State Representative Mark Martin, the incoming Republican Arkansas Secretary of State who takes the oath of office this morning, released a list of individuals he has named as members of his staff. Not surprisingly, a number of these individuals have connections with former Republican Governor Mike Huckabee.[1]

The following individuals were named as members of Martin's senior management ...

Doug Matayo – Chief Deputy (Received endorsement of Huckabee in his campaign for the Third Congressional District seat)

Joseph Wood – Deputy Director of Communications and Education
A.J. Kelly – Deputy Director of Elections, Legal, and Business & Commercial Services
Alice Stewart - Deputy Director of Public Affairs (Former press secretary for Governor Huckabee)
Martha Adcock – Elections Director
Kelly Boyd – Director of Governmental Affairs (Received endorsement of Huckabee in her campaign for state representative)
Eric Munson – Business & Commercial Services Director (Served as economic development and natural resource liaison under Governor Huckabee)
Tracy Horne – Special Projects Director
Judith Crouch – Human Services Manager

Teresa Belew – Executive Assistant

Martin takes over as the state's chief election official from term limited Democrat Charlie Daniels, who was voted this past November as State Auditor.

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