Arkansas House Rep. Matthew Shepherd will be giving an update as to the goings on so far in Little Rock this session on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at the El Dorado Chamber of Commerce.
Likely on his list of talking points, is H.B. 2093, filed Monday among four other last-minute bills by Shepherd, which would abolish partisan elections for a variety of state, district, county, municipal and township offices. The potential legislation would also add prosecuting attorney to the list of nonpartisan, electable positions.
UPDATE: He may even mention H.B. 2094 which would change the definition of a “child” in the law concerning sexual exploitation from someone who is 17 to 18.