Who is BHR?

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Blue Hog Report (BHR) is a blog devoted (almost) exclusively to Arkansas politics, and is unabashedly progressive, populist, and liberal in our leanings. It was founded by Matt Campbell in March of 2010, and has won numerous awards and been the focus of several news stories since that time. You can read more about BHR’s awards and news coverage at our Media page.

BHR is not affiliated with any campaign or political organization. The commentaries posted here are solely the opinions of Matt Campbell or, where noted, of guest writers.

BHR welcomes reader feedback.  We reserve the right, however, to publish all or part of any on-the-record emails, so please specify in advance if you wish to keep something off the record.

For almost all questions or comments about the blog or its authors, or if you are a candidate or a candidate’s representative and wish to contact BHR for whatever reason, simply email matt [at] bluehogreport [dot] com.  If you are writing in regard to a specific post or comment, please provide a link to the item in question in your email, if possible.

Finally, if you are writing to bring our attention to a noteworthy news item or other political nugget that we might have overlooked, send your email to tips [at] bluehogreport [dot] com.

Thank you for reading and helping us in Promoting Economic Populism, Ethical Government, and Social Progress in Arkansas.

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21 comments for “Who is BHR?

  1. ok72076
    May 21, 2014 at 8:02 pm

    Matt,
    Do you still have a copy of that court decision you won against Martin regarding FOIA format? I asked Jacksonville to forward by email or attachment emails an employee sent and they want me to take off from work to come give them $3.50.
    Any help will be appreciated.

  2. travelingman00p
    December 18, 2015 at 4:44 pm

    Hi Matt,

    Please consider starting a state initiative requiring, so far as is possible, all state and local elected officials in Arkansas to keep their constituents abreast of the issues with periodic mass texts or emails.  The elected officials should be required to poll their constituents via text or email on what their will is whenever questions of legislation arise.  The elected officials would then be required to enact the will of their constituents.  If elected officials fail to do these things, they should be subject to impeachment.

    Constituents would simply be required to give their email addresses when they show up to vote.  It wouldn’t cost the state a penny to enact the change.

    We can have real democracy if we’ll just take back the power that big money has stolen from us in politics.  You could be the catalyst for this change.

    Keep up the great work with the BlueHogReport!
    Jim

  3. undercoverboss
    March 2, 2016 at 6:37 pm

    Hi Matt,
    I want to post a comment about an issue I have observed at my job. How confidential is your website? I can’t afford to lose my job. Thanks…Anonymous

  4. cmd18594
    February 6, 2017 at 10:05 pm

    Matt,
     First-time lurker; I’ve enjoyed your work. Thanks for reminding me that there are insightful, rational, and educated people in my former home state who are willing to call out injustice, hypocrisy, bigotry, and poor governance. There may not be enough people like you to entice me to return there, but BHR is a good start.
    Thanks again,
    MJ

  5. The Fabes
    February 18, 2017 at 3:47 pm

    I am starting to realize that most of the GOP are politicians concerned with their own agenda or special interests rather than assisting and furthering the will of the people.

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