Arkansas Democrats are outraising French Hill & Steve Womack. We are poised to see big changes this election and Arkansas is going to make its mark.
Both Joyce Elliott and Celeste Williams more than doubled their opponent’s second quarter fundraising.This is a sign towards change that we have been waiting for.
“What we are seeing in Arkansas is that people have had enough with politicians who would rather try to please Donald Trump than put Arkansas first.” said D.P.A. Chairman Michael John Gray. “We’re also seeing that Democratic campaigns and candidates are really resonating with voters, and finding ways to connect despite this pandemic. Good leadership is more important than ever, that’s become very clear as we see our way through this time.”
Celeste Williams is running to unseat Rep. Steve Womack in Arkansas’s Third Congressional District. She raised $76,176.55 in the last three months, more than double the $32,260 reported by her Republican opponent. he did this without taking a single dollar from corporate PACS.. She’s gaining momentum and her campaign is starting to take off.
Joyce Elliott is starting to put French Hill on the defensive. He’s got a lot to be nervous about. Elliott raised more than$600,000 in the second quarter alone. With an average donation of $42, it’s clear she’s running a campaign based on grassroots support. French knows this is the battle that could end his political career, and he’s losing ground fast.
Arkansas’s Congressional candidates are listening to voters, and focused on bringing change this November. With less than 110 days until the election, can we count on you to help them get there?