District 4 City Director Dudley Webb III will speak at the monthly meeting of the Greater Garland Young Republicans at 7 p.m. Thursday in the conference center of the Republican Party of Garland County, 615 W. Grand Ave.
Webb will talk about his goals for the upcoming year as a Hot Springs city director and his strategies for a successful election campaign. The meeting is free and open to the public.
Webb was one of four members of the Greater Garland Young Republicans who were elected to office in 2022 -- all defeating incumbents, a GGYR news release said. In addition to Webb, in the general election on Nov. 8, 2022, Micah Braughton was elected to the Garland County Quorum Court and Matt McKee was elected to the state Senate. Dayton Myers was elected to the quorum court during the June 2, 2022, Republican runoff.
Webb has 14 years of experience as an educator and was chosen Hot Springs Teacher of the Year in 2017. He is a teacher and coach at Lake Hamilton Junior High School in Pearcy.
He holds a bachelor's degree in criminology and sociology and a master's degree in public administration from Arkansas State University. He also holds a master's degree in teaching from Henderson State University and a master's degree of education in Educational Leadership from the University of Arkansas. He is a graduate of IMPACT Arkansas, where he obtained a certification from the Teacher Leaders Institute in the Arkansas Leadership Academy.
The Greater Garland Young Republicans' membership area extends into Montgomery, Hot Spring, Clark, and Pike counties. All young adults 18 to 40 years old are welcome to attend and registered voters 18 to 40 years may join the chapter.
For more information, or if you are interested in joining, call GGYR Chairman Bryn Braughton at 501-762-4593 or Membership Director Dayton Myers at 501-620-0762, or email [email protected].