Proven Leadership.
Locally Grown.

It seems I have spent my entire life finding ways to be of service to others. When people in my community needed help, I collected donations. When my children’s teachers needed a classroom parent, I organized the parties. When a volunteer leader was needed for my daughter’s National Guard unit, I raised my hand.

Today, I’m raising my hand again, but I need your help. I need your support as I seek to serve my community as a Justice of the Peace for District 3 on the Washington County Quorum Court. Below, you’ll find a few ideas for ways you can raise your hand to support my campaign.

Service Minded | People Focused | Progressive

Join Me for Washington County!

Get in Touch

I have some ideas, but to truly represent my district, I need to know what you think is important. I’d love to hear from you via my Facebook page or email me at LaurieMarshallJP@gmail.com.

Get the Word Out

I’ll be setting up some phone bank sessions and postcard parties in late September and October, and need volunteers who can help me connect with my district!

Bilingual volunteers are especially needed.


Campaigning looks different this year, and your financial investment will help me reach as many people as possible with mailers, ads on social media, and yard signs.

Marketing materials are vital, and expensive. Can I count on you?

What My Supporters Say

Running for office, at any level, takes a certain kind of commitment and due diligence. Laurie is able to listen to multiple sides of an issue and work towards smart, progressive solutions for herself, her family and her community.

Jacqueline Wolven
Executive Director, Main Street Eureka Springs

I have known Laurie professionally and personally for many years. As a fellow Army mom, I particularly appreciate her devotion to our troops and her work as the leader of the local Family Readiness Group supporting soldiers and their families.

Tiffany Selvey
Founder, The Springdale Progressive

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