French Hill announces African American coalition, releases new ad “Prosper”

Little Rock, Ark — Little Rock businessman and candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives (AR-2), French Hill, announced his African American coalition and released a new campaign ad, “Prosper”.

“French has worked hard to listen and understand the concerns of the African American community. This relationship began long before he decided to offer his record of diversified community services and public policy experiences in government,” said Mrs. Annie Abrams, coalition chair.

“I don’t look at French as a Democrat or a Republican,” said Richard Mays, former Arkansas Supreme Court Justice appointed by Governor Bill Clinton. “I support French Hill because he will support policies that will allow our community to prosper.”

“I will fight for opportunities, careers and choices for all Arkansans,” said French Hill. “This tread-water economy is leaving too many African Americans behind, and it’s simply unacceptable.”

The coalition includes community leaders from both sides of the aisle and from across the congressional district. Coalition leaders include:

Mrs. Annie Abrams
Bishop K.D. Allen
Dr. Lynette Bryant
Mr. Richard Mays
Mr. Scott McLean
Mrs. Patricia Nation
Bishop Robert Smith
Mrs. Princella Smith
Ret. Col. Nate Todd
Mr. Ken Wade
Dr. Charles E. Williams