LITTLE ROCK – Secretary of State John Thurston’s Office will host a ‘Mobile Office’ at the Monticello Economic Development in DREW County on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Secretary Thurston released the following statement about this new program:
“Mobile Offices are about bringing services of the Arkansas Secretary of State to rural areas of the state. A lot of folks may want information about becoming a Notary Public, starting a business, or visiting the State Capitol, but don’t know who to call or how to get started. The Mobile Offices solve that by bringing staff to counties and inviting people to come, talk to our staff, and get connected to services.”
About SOS Mobile Offices:
The Mobile Office from the Secretary of State will be on hand with materials and information regarding the agencies within our office. The Secretary of State Staffer on hand will answer questions regarding our Elections Division, Business and Commercial Services Division, and Education Division. Anyone is welcome to come during the Mobile Office time and ask questions to be connected to their state government.
What: Arkansas Secretary of State Mobile Offices
When: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Where: Monticello Economic Development | 211 W Gaines Street | Monticello, AR 71655 | 870.367.3076
About Secretary of State John Thurston:
Arkansas Secretary of State John Thurston, was first elected as Secretary in November of 2018, after serving eight years as Arkansas Commissioner of State Lands. John is the past chairman of the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council. He is also the past president of the Western States Land Commissioners Association.
John was born in Little Rock, Arkansas and was raised in Saline County, attending and graduating from Sheridan High School in 1991. He attended Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas (Clark County) before graduating from Agape College in Little Rock with a diploma in Biblical Studies. John was a licensed minister and was a Certified Religious Assistant in the Arkansas state prison system.
John now resides in East End, Arkansas (Saline County) with his wife Joanna and their five children. He is also an avid outdoorsman.
John’s vision for the future is that the Secretary of State along with Arkansas government will lead the nation in the area of ethics and accountability.