Col Conrad Reynolds Announces His Candidacy for Arkansas 2nd Congressional District

Little Rock, AR – Col. Conrad Reynolds, US Army (Ret), on Thursday, October 29th, Col Conrad Reynolds will be making an appearance on the Dave Elswick Show, FM 102.9, KARN. The topic of discussion will be the Arkansas 2nd Congressional Race. Reynolds first entered the Arkansas political scene in 2009, when he ran for Senate in a crowded primary to replace Sen. Blanche Lincoln. Since that time, he has worked to create the Arkansas Military Veterans Hall of Fame, an organization that seeks to honor a select number of Arkansas heroes every year.

Reynolds said the following, “I believe that following the retirement of my friend, Tim Griffin, we must continue to have a strong, conservative leader in Congress to represent the values of Central Arkansas.”

Reynolds currently lives in Conway with his wife and two of his four children. He is a member of the American Legion, the VFW, the Kiwanis Club, the NRA, and the New Life Church. Col. Reynolds is a highly decorated military officer who spent 29 years in the United States Army. He is a combat veteran having served in both Iraq and Afghanistan.

“I believe that Americans are looking for a leader they can trust. They want someone in Congress who speaks for them and who get things done,” said Reynolds. “That’s what I did in the United States Army, and that is what I will do when I go to Congress.”

Reynolds will join Dave Elswick at 2:00 today to discuss his decision to enter the race.

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Colonel Conrad Reynolds

  • Born and raised in Arkansas
  • Lives in Conway with his wife and two children
  • Son of state a policeman
  • Three decades of military service- Including combat in Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan
  • Recipient of the Defense Superior  Service Medal, Bronze Star, and CIA Seal Medallion
  • Founder of the Arkansas Military Veterans’ Hall of Fame
  • Strong Christian values
  • Life time member of NRA, VFW, MOAA, and American Legion