Arkansas Democrats Are Committed To Reproductive Rights

The Supreme Court could be about to overrule Roe. In Arkansas, the impact would be devastating. Democrats in Arkansas are ready to stand up and fight back. Add Your Name >> The majority of the U.S. Supreme Court that is prepared to overturn Roe v. Wade, potentially ending reproductive healthcare rights for pregnant people in America. “The leaked United States … Read More

Arkansas Democrats Stand Committed To Women’s Reproductive Rights

SCOTUS Draft Opinion Could End Abortion Access In Arkansas LITTLE ROCK – According to reports of a leaked draft opinion, a partisan majority of the U.S. Supreme Court is prepared to overturn Roe v. Wade, potentially ending reproductive healthcare rights for women in America. This decision would automatically trigger a 2019 Arkansas law, that effectively bans abortion and emergency contraceptive … Read More

Infrastructure for a Safer Arkansas Delivered by Democrats 

Arkansas Awarded $96 Million For 19 Flood Control Projects LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas is set to receive the largest federal investment of any state in the nation for new flood control projects thanks to historic infrastructure investments by Congressional Democrats and President Joe Biden. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service has announced that Arkansas will receive $96 … Read More

RESIGN: Prairie County Sheriff Admits To Using Racial Slurs, Says “It is what it is. Everybody Does”

Democratic Party of Arkansas Chair, Grant Tennille, today called for the immediate resignation of Prairie County Sheriff Rick Hickman after Hickman acknowledged in an interview that he regularly uses racial slurs, revealing that he is unfit to hold office. “For too long, too many have explained these episodes of clownish behavior on the part of certain Arkansas elected officials as … Read More

Promises Kept: Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson Confirmed To U.S. Supreme Court

LITTLE ROCK – A bipartisan Senate vote has confirmed Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to the nation’s highest court. She will be the first African-American woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court in our country’s history. “This historic accomplishment reminds us all that while we still have much work to do to make good on our nation’s founding ideals, we … Read More

Women’s History Month In Arkansas

It’s Women’s History Month and there’s a lot of great ways to get involved this year! Check out some of the events going on in Arkansas! ***Know of an event we should have listed? Contact info@arkdems.org!***   JONESBORO The Women’s History Month (WHM) observance at Arkansas State University officially gets underway Tuesday, March 1, with the fellowship and recognition breakfast, … Read More