I am running for reelection and I'm asking for your vote to continue Arkansas's progress. Together we'll expand our pro-growth tax reform, continue marketing our state to the world, and create even more jobs here in our great state.
Early voting: May 7th - May 21st
Location: Your Local County Clerk's Office
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-6:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm
Election Day: Tuesday, May 22nd
There have been many difficult issues tackled by the Governor in his first term. Below is a factual synopsis of each issue and how the Governor handled each solution with Arkansas values and Arkansas common sense.
Four years ago, we put in writing exactly what I wanted to do as governor. Well, we kept our promises and even more. Like lowering income taxes by 150 million a year, while creating 60,000 new jobs, reaching the lowest unemployment rate in Arkansas history. And today, we’re the national leader in offering computer coding in every high school. But, there’s still more to do. And we’ll do it like we always have. With Arkansas values and Arkansas common sense.
A lot of politicians talk about protecting the 2nd Amendment, but I have a track record of getting results. Whether it was leading a task force on school safety for the NRA or signing Arkansas’s enhanced concealed carry law, I’ve stood up for your rights. Whatever the reason, whether it’s hunting with your kids or protecting your home, as the 2nd Amendment says, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed and as long as I’m governor they won’t.
I pledged to be a pro-life governor and we’ve lived up to that promise. Today, Arkansas is a leader in promoting a culture of life. We’ve joined just a few states in eliminating Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood. With the help of the legislature, we’ve strengthened parental consent, and added a 48 hour waiting period. All the while making it easier for children enduring abuse or neglect to find foster care. We’re helping life in Arkansas by helping life itself.
Conservatives have always been able to count on Asa Hutchinson. In 1982, President Reagan asked Asa Hutchinson to serve as U.S. attorney, because he knew Asa was a man of integrity and a man who gets results. Our world’s changed, but Asa’s values haven’t. Asa still carries the Reagan values of smaller, smarter government, growth and opportunity, respect for the Second Amendment and a commitment to a culture of life.