Joan Adcock, candidate for Little Rock At Large Board Director Position 10, announced a new campaign website at joanadcock.com.
Online PR News – 13-October-2020 – Little Rock, AR – Joan Adcock, candidate for Little Rock At Large Board Director Position 10, announced a new campaign website at joanadcock.com. She wanted to provide the public with a way to easily communicate and support her 2020 re-election campaign efforts.
"As a City Director, I have worked consistently with the business community to help develop growth and create jobs," said Adcock. "I have had the opportunity to collaborate with different groups within Little Rock to revitalize neighborhoods, build better communities, and create essential services and assistance for our families."
Adcock has held the Little Rock Board of Director Position 10 for the past 28 years, being re-elected by her constituents each time her term was up. At 80, she is campaigning to be re-elected again because “ there is still work to be done and only on the job experience with the neighborhoods and city officials will get it done right” according to Adcock.
She is the longest-serving City Director in the history of Little Rock. Director Adcock was first elected to the City Board in November 1992.
Director Adcock is a longtime Little Rock resident who graduated from Little Rock Central High School. For several years she was the owner and manger of her small business locations Youngland Children's Shop. She was also the founder and executive director of the Hope Center, a nonprofit welfare-to-work organization.
Director Adcock has been active in establishing neighborhood associations throughout the City. She is also active in Neighborhoods USA (NUSA) and has worked for Little Rock to host the national conference twice with an unprecedented third conference returning to Little Rock in 2021. She was also instrumental in establishing the Little Rock Landbank Authority and has long been a champion of issues important to children, being instrumental in family programs such as food distribution and after-school support.
Adcock adds, "I will continue to preserve the same work ethic, values, and accountability
that I have maintained throughout my 28 years of leadership."
The election will be held on November 3, 2020.
More information about Joan Adcock and her campaign can be found on her website, https://joanadcock.com. The site includes biographical information about Adcock, as well as her positions on many of the important issues affecting Little Rock.