Democratic Lawmakers Put Forth Plan to Invest in Arkansas

“We have the money. We have the plan. We definitely have the need.” Arkansas House and Senate Democrats held a press conference Wednesday, August 10 at the state Capitol, highlighting the RAISE Act for increasing teacher pay and other proposals that should have been taken up in the current extraordinary session, rather than tax cuts for corporations and highest earners.  … 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

Everyday Arkansan Tyler Draper knows Arkansas is Worth Advocating For

Meet Tyler Draper, a science teacher, a Democrat, and an Everyday Arkansan. “Hunting. Fishing. Hiking. Politicking. Malvern is the Brick Capital of the World.  Arkansas is home and it is worth advocating for.  Everyday I teach over 100 students about STEM and prepare them for the future of our workforce. Then, I question if we’re inviting economic development into our state. … Read More

Andrea Adams is an Everyday Arkansan.

Our next Everyday Arkansan is Andrea Adams from Sherwood, Arkansas. Here’s what she had to say about moving from Detroit to Arkansas: My mother’s name is Ruth Adams. She passed away 8 years ago because of Alzheimer’s. She was a great mother of 9 children, me being number 7. My mother was a single parent, and she worked 2 jobs … Read More

Dalton Thompson is a Proud Everyday Arkansan

Read more about Dalton Thompson, of Faulkner County. He’s a Young Democrat and an Everyday Arkansan! “I’m a student and I was raised to always act first and foremost out of love for my neighbor. Since my political awakening in early high school, I have used my free time to organize and support progressive movements in Arkansas. I’ve proudly volunteered … Read More