Jim Lendall

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Jim Lendall is an American politician, activist, and nurse. Lendall was the 2010 Green Party candidate for Arkansas governor.

Lendall, a former State Representative, from Little Rock was elected to four terms in the state legislature as both a Democrat and an independent.[1] Lendall finished fourth in the 2006 governors race with 12,593 votes for 1.7% of the total vote.[2]

Lendall served in the U.S. Army, has worked at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and is currently a registered nurse at Arkansas Children's Hospital.

Lendall joined the Green Party of Arkansas in 2005 and is currently one of the party's two representatives on the National Committee of the Green Party.[3]

References[edit]

Independentpoliticalreport.com July 2010 Article - Arkansas Green Party nominates Jim Lendall for governor
Jim Lendall Official Website