Fayetteville – Legislative candidate Nicole Clowney is introducing herself to more voters in a video that showcases her hopes for a state where everyone has equal opportunities.
Clowney, a mother of two, narrates the 90-second spot that takes voters into her Fayetteville home. In the digital video, “Keeping Our Promise,” she shares the story of her oldest daughter asking about “all-boy” political jobs.
“Even at 6 years old, my little girl was starting to see certain things as impossible for her. That was the day I decided to run,” said Clowney, a Democrat seeking a House seat in a district that includes the University of Arkansas and parts of the City of Fayetteville.
Clowney, the daughter of two educators, said: “We deserve a state government that opens the doors of opportunity to all of us.”
Through Clowney’s role as a founding leader of the Northwest Arkansas chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, she has been excited to experience new and innovative tools available to reach voters, harness their enthusiasm and create movements that can benefit Fayetteville.
“This video tells voters what I think is so important about this race,” Clowney said. “This is a critical time in state government. All Arkansans deserve to have their voice counted in Little Rock and all Arkansas deserve a chance to succeed.” Clowney has been going door-to-door in her grassroots campaign. The video will allow her to connect with a broader online audience through the digital advertising campaign.”
For more information, go to: https://www.nicoleclowney.org
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