LITTLE ROCK - Lieutenant Governor-elect Leslie Rutledge announced her leadership team today at the State Capitol while addressing members of the Senate.
LITTLE ROCK -- Tonight, Arkansas voters made a historic decision by electing Leslie Rutledge, the State’s current Attorney General, to be the next Lieutenant Governor and Sarah Huckabee Sanders as Governor. Sanders and Rutledge will both be the first women to hold these offices in Arkansas history, and will be the first women independently elected to the office of Governor and Lt. Governor in the same election in the United States.
LITTLE ROCK - Republican voters in Arkansas have chosen Attorney General Leslie Rutledge to be their party’s nominee for Lieutenant Governor. Initial election results show Rutledge secured the nomination with over 50% of the GOP vote, clearing the six-way primary challenge without a runoff election.
LITTLE ROCK - Attorney General Leslie Rutledge filed her March campaign contribution and expenditure report today. Rutledge reported $895,144 total raised and a war chest of $739,881 cash on hand in her bid to be the next Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK - In her February fundraising finance report, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge reported $838,266 total raised and $723,942 cash on hand in her campaign to be Arkansas’s next Lieutenant Governor.