Rutledge Congratulates Arkansas’s U.S. Congressmen on Re-Election

November 6, 2018

Rutledge Congratulates Arkansas’s U.S. Congressmen on Re-Election

LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge released the following statement congratulating Congressman French Hill (AR-02) and his Arkansas colleagues in the U.S. House, Reps. Crawford, Womack and Westerman:

“The people of Arkansas’s Second Congressional District are fortunate to have my friend, French Hill, representing them in the U.S. House for another two years. Since being elected in 2014, Congressman Hill has worked hard to get our economy back on track by supporting pro-growth tax cuts and reducing the regulatory burden on job creators. Unemployment is now at an astonishing 3.7 percent, and the American economy is showing no sign of slowing down. I am proud to say that Congressman Hill represents me in Washington, and I congratulate him on his well-deserved win this evening.

“I am thrilled that Congressman Hill is rejoining his Arkansas colleagues in the U.S. House of Representatives, all of whom were re-elected in tonight’s Republican sweep. I grew up on a cattle farm in the First Congressional District, attended college in the Third Congressional District, and have close family in the Fourth Congressional District. Representatives Rick Crawford, Steve Womack and Bruce Westerman are exactly the leaders we need to keep our economy moving forward and Arkansas values at the forefront in our nation’s capital.”


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.