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Allison Bragg named for Arkansas Inspector General



Little Rock, Arkansas – Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the incoming governor of Arkansas, declared on Friday that Allison Bragg will be her choice for Inspector General.

At the moment, Bragg works as a prosecutor for the Eastern District of Arkansas’ US Attorney’s Office. She also serves as the public information officer and the coordinator for white-collar crime.

According to Sanders, Bragg was picked for her capacity to maintain the integrity of state government.

“Allison Bragg shares my vision to promote efficiency by tackling waste, fraud, and abuse at every level of government, making her the ideal choice to be the next Inspector General for our state,” Sanders said.

Bragg is eager to begin her new position.

“I am honored to be joining the Sanders Administration as Inspector General,” Bragg said.

Bragg was raised on a farm in Lee County before enrolling in and successfully completing his studies at the University of Arkansas. She attended the University of Arizona Law School and earned both a Juris Doctor and a Master of Agricultural Law.

Bragg received the national award for Best Oral Argument at the National Moot Court Competition, which her law school team won in New York.

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