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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Mark Darr applies for UA lobbyist post

Posted By on Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 9:17 AM

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SEEKS UA LOBBY JOB: Mark Darr.
  • SEEKS UA LOBBY JOB: Mark Darr.

My apologies. I got the batch of University of Arkansas lobbyist applications late and posted them before a thorough review, in part because I suspect it's an academic exercise.

But, among the applicants is someone who needs a job, former Lt. Gov. Mark DarrFind him here, along with the insiders' favorite, Sen. Johnny Key.

Darr's record as a money manager might work slightly against him in the post-Advancement Division debacle era at UA.

Darr's references are House Speaker Davy Carter, Associate Justice Courtney Goodson and former Hog football coach Ken Hatfield.

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