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My Goals

  • Restore constituents’ faith and trust in the Secretary of State’s Office
  • Protect all citizen’s individual voting rights
  • Ensure free and fair elections at all levels of government
  • Maintain the beauty and history of the Capitol’s grounds
  • Guarantee accuracy of records and efficient service to Arkansas’ businesses and entrepreneurs

The Latest

[Video] Watch Susan address the Arkansas Municipal League

August 21, 2014Blog Post

On June 19, 2014, candidates for State Constitutional Offices addressed the Arkansas Municipal League delegates in Little Rock at their annual convention.

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Susan Inman Calls On Mark Martin To Repay Taxpayers for Six Years of Illegal Tax Credits

August 18, 2014Blog Post
LITTLE ROCK- News reports over the weekend revealed that Secretary of State Mark Martin took illegal homestead tax credits on his two homes for at least the past six years, taking thousands from Arkansas taxpayers for his own personal gain. Reports state that the problem could have gone back as far as ten years, but records past 2008 were not readily available.
 
Susan Inman, candidate for Secretary of State, made the following statement in response to news reports:
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Are you enjoying the ride?

August 16, 2014Blog Post

Secretary of State Mark Martin is not the famous race car driver, but he sure has taken Arkansas taxpayers for a ride! As first reported Friday in Matt Campbell’s Blue Hog Report, and on Saturday in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Mark Martin has been claiming the $350 homestead tax credit on two houses – one in Washington County and one in Benton County. By law, a person can only claim one Homestead tax credit.

 

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We Can Win This

August 7, 2014Blog Post

A poll of the Secretary of State race released two days ago by Public Policy Polling showed nearly one quarter of all voters are undecided.  More importantly, it showed we are well within striking distance of the incumbent.  Voters are beginning to recognize that I am the most qualified person to be the state’s top election official, and that I will bring integrity and transparency back to the office.

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Unbelievable

July 31, 2014Blog Post

Last week Talk Business and Politics reported that Mark Meyers, a Department Director for the Secretary of State’s office, was campaigning while he was on state government time at his $75,000 a year job – and he didn’t even deny it.

To quote the article:   “Sadly, based on numerous other examples, it doesn’t seem like Mark Martin has any clue what goes on in his own office.” 

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