Rutledge Reports Q1 Numbers, Remains Arkansas Focused

Over 80% from Arkansas Donors

April 15, 2021

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge reported $1,232,270.01 total raised, with over 80% coming from Arkansas donors.

“If elected Governor I will lead our state with the same mindset I have had as the Attorney General – Arkansas first and Arkansas focused,” said Rutledge.  “I am always humbled by the continued financial support from voters all across the state; however, no amount of money can replace the experience, judgment, and proven record I have gained over the past six and half years making decisions on behalf of three million plus Arkansans every day. I remain committed to making Arkansas first and will always be more concerned about what is happening in Fort Smith, Jacksonville, Jonesboro and Pine Bluff rather than in New York and Florida.” 

As the Attorney General, Rutledge has worked tirelessly to protect Arkansans’ constitutional rights and freedoms. Rutledge introduced legislation that would ban biological male athletes from playing in all-female school sports, require “The Star-Spangled Banner” to be played at major sporting events of public schools, and a bill that would prevent Big Tech from canceling conservative, Arkansas voices.  Rutledge has aggressively sued President Biden for his overreaching executive orders which canceled the Keystone Pipeline, prohibited new oil and gas leases on federal lands and waters, implemented new greenhouse gas regulations, and kept states from lowering taxes because of stimulus funds. 

Attachments:
Rutledge Primary Reports
Rutledge General Reports