Leslee Milam Post

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Leslee Milam Post is an American politician from the state of Arkansas. A member of the Democratic Party, Post served in the Arkansas House of Representatives.

Post graduated from Ozark High School in Ozark, Arkansas, and the University of the Ozarks with a bachelor’s degree in communications. She worked as the executive director of the Crisis Center for Women in Fort Smith, Arkansas.[1] She developed Leadership Franklin County in collaboration with Arkansas Tech University–Ozark Campus.[2] She is the charter president of Altus Area Sunset Rotary Club.[1]

Post was elected to the Arkansas House in 2010. She was challenged in the 2012 election by Bill Gossage.[1] Post lost to Gossage.

Post and her husband, Andrew, have four children.

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