LITTLE ROCK — Three former governors and 16 sitting state legislators are among the members of Hillary Clinton’s leadership team in Arkansas, Clinton’s presidential campaign said Monday.

LITTLE ROCK — Three former governors and 16 sitting state legislators are among the members of Hillary Clinton’s leadership team in Arkansas, Clinton’s presidential campaign said Monday.


Former Govs. Mike Beebe and Jim Guy Tucker and former Gov. and U.S. Sen. David Pryor are among more than 150 current and past elected officials and community, business and faith leaders on the Democratic candidate’s Arkansas Leadership Council, her campaign said in a news release.


Others supporting the former Arkansas and U.S. first lady and secretary of state include former Attorney General Dustin McDaniel, former state Treasurer Jimmie Lou Fisher, former U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, former U.S. Reps. Marion Berry and Mike Ross, Arkansas Senate Minority Leader Keith Ingram of West Memphis, House Minority Leader Michael John Gray of Augusta and Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola.


"These Arkansans know that as President, Hillary Clinton will continue to fight on behalf of our families, just as she always has," said Hillary for Arkansas spokeswoman Mary Rutherford Jennings.


"In contrast to Senator Sanders, Hillary Clinton doesn’t make big campaign promises she can’t keep or propose plans that don’t add up. From co-founding Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, chairing the Arkansas Rural Health Advisory Committee, and expanding access to early childhood education through the HIPPY program, Hillary Clinton has been fighting for children and families her entire life, getting results right here in Arkansas," she said.


Clinton made campaign appearances in Hot Springs in July and in Little Rock in September. Jennings said Monday she did not have information about any upcoming appearances in the state by Clinton or former President Bill Clinton.