Contact Information

(870) 751-0576 or

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Derek Ford to Run for Office
Derek Ford, 1st Vice Chair RPSC will soon announce his candidacy for Highland School Board, 2011. 

Ford is a Conservative Republican & active in state & local politics. His platform includes issues on disabled students, fiscal responsibility, & the socialistic education of Highland students. 

A petition will be circulated starting on June 22nd to the Sharp County Clerk, to place Ford's name on the 2011 ballot. The election is September 20th, with early voting beginning on September 13th. 

If you have any questions regarding Ford's candidacy, you may call him at (870) 751-0576 or email him at

Monday, February 21, 2011

Sharp County Young Republicans
Kick-Off Party
March 12th, 1-3 pm
Sharp County Courthouse
Special guests will attend
Refreshmanet provided

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Sharp County Young Republicans

A party will be held on March 12 for the Sharp County Young Republicans. The purpose of the meeting is to recruit members for the organization.

 For more Information Call Derek Ford at (870) 751-0576

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Sharp County Republican Convention

The meeting has been postponed to Thursday, the 27, at 7pm. The purpose of the meeting is to elect Sharp County Republican Committee officers. 

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Legislators Sworn In

Lori Benedict, District 82, was sworn into the House of Representatives on January the 10, at 12pm at the Arkansas state Capitol.  Missy Thomas Irvin, District 10, was sworn into the Arkansas State Senate immediately following. The House & the Senate held the first session after the ceremonies, with the new legislators seated. 

Sharp County Republicans attending were Lou Ann Cushman,  Holly McClaren, & Derek Ford.

Senator Irvin intends to pass legislation to create localized healthcare (doctors, hospitals, etc). Representative Benedict intends to pass legislation to repeal HB 2339, which demolishes citizens water rights. Benedict also signed the taxpayer protection pledge. 

Sharp County Republicans Consider themselves blessed to be represented by these great legislators.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Republican JP Takes Seat

On Monday, January 3rd, at 8:20am, Justice Everett McGuire, was sworn into the County JP seat for District 6. Everett is the first Republican JP to be elected in Sharp County since the mid-eighties. Therefore, it is a major victory for the local Republican Party, to seat a Republican JP. A Quorum Court meeting was held immediately following the swearing-in. Justice McGuire was invited into the good old boys club, but respectfully declined. The Sharp County Republican Committee could not be happier for Justice McGuire.