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UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture
Doug Wallace Papers, 1971-1978
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Scope and Contents Note
This collection contains the papers of Doug Wallace, who served in various capacities in the electoral campaigns of Bill Clinton from 1974 to 1978, including the Arkansas Third Congressional District (1974), attorney general (1976) and first gubernatorial (1978) campaign.The majority of the collection is composed of files on Clinton's congressional and attorney general campaigns. Also included are materials from the 1976 Carter presidential campaign. The collection also includes a few of Wallace's personal papers, primarily cutlines from the
Douglas Wallace, of Alma, Arkansas, graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1974. While attending college, He worked on the university's campus newspaper, the
Arkansas Traveler, as a reporter and editor-in-chief. In 1974, Wallace served as news secretary for Bill Clinton's failed Arkansas Third Congressional District campaign. He later worked for Senator Dale Bumpers as a research assistant and for First National Bank in Little Rock. Wallace again served as Clinton's press secretary in the 1976 attorney general campaign.
In 1978, he left Little Rock for Iowa to work for the Mike Blouin for Congress campaign, but he returned to Arkansas and served on Bill Clinton's first gubernatorial campaign later that year. From 1979 to 1984, Wallace served as executive director of the Arkansas Democratic Party. He received his law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 1982 and practiced law in Little Rock for a number of years. He died 1998 August 3.
Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
Clinton, William J. (William Jefferson), 1946-
Democratic Party (Ark.)--History--20th century
Political campaigns--Arkansas--History--20th century
Wallace, Doug, 1952-1998
Wallace, Doug, 1952-1998, donor
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Doug Wallace Papers, 1971-1978, UALR.MS.0120. UALR Center for Arkansas History and Culture, Arkansas Studies Institute, Little Rock.