State Land Commissioner


The State Land Commissioner presides over all the state’s residents. All residents of Pulaski County are eligible to run for this office, if they meet the requirements set forth by law. Individuals must; be a US citizen, be an Arkansas resident, be at least 18 years old, be lawfully registered to vote, must not hold any other state, federal or civil office once elected, must have never been convicted of embezzlement of public money, bribery, forgery or other infamous crime. If elected, the State Land Commissioner serves a four year term, with a limit of two full terms.

The main duties of this office include; overseeing the disposition of tax-delinquent property, being responsible for certain historic preservation initiatives and the leasing of natural resources on state-owned lands.The land commissioner is also responsible for “all the books, papers, evidences of title, plats, and maps of all internal improvement, seminary, saline, and swamp and overflowed lands,” as well as making out maps for each township in which such lands are included.

If you are interested in running for State Land Commissioner, understand that you will be campaigning in and representing not only Pulaski County, but the entire state. If you believe in freedom and non-aggression, and would like to take on the challenge of improving the state through public service in this office, please contact us for more information on how to obtain the Libertarian Party of Arkansas’ nomination.


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