Rutledge Raises Over $75k in September

October 15, 2018

October 15, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Rutledge Raises Over $75k in September

Reports $494,000 cash on hand

LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced today that in September her re-election campaign raised $75,674 and reported $494,036.35 cash on hand. To date, her campaign has raised a total of 718,119.45.

“I am humbled by the continued support for my campaign as we head into the final weeks of this election. As Arkansas Attorney General, I have spent the last three and a half years standing up for Arkansans against criminals, con artists and an overreaching federal government. Working together, we have seen safer neighborhoods and a record-low unemployment rate — so let’s keep Arkansas off the sidelines and on the frontlines where it belongs. It’s an honor to defend Arkansas values every day,” said Attorney General Leslie Rutledge.

 

About Attorney General Rutledge

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge was elected on November 4, 2014, as the first woman and first Republican in Arkansas history to be elected to the office. Since taking office in January of 2015, she has defended Arkansans against criminals, con artists, and an overreaching federal government while consistently defending our values in court.

Proving her commitment to transparency and accessibility of the office, she has hosted Rutledge Roundtables in all 75 counties each year with members of the community, held mobile offices yearly in every county, and established a Public Integrity Division to hold public officials accountable for violating the law. Through legal challenges and briefs, Rutledge has demonstrated her commitment to supporting our pro-life values and laws, protecting our Second Amendment right to bear arms, defending religious freedom, and eliminating burdensome regulations to bolster our economy and job growth.

She currently serves as Chair of the Republican Attorneys General Association and Chair of the National Association of Attorney Generals-Southern Region. Rutledge and her husband Boyce have one daughter and a home in Pulaski County and a farm in Crittenden County.