Campaign updates

Clarke Tucker Responds to Dishonest Attack Ads in New Video

LITTLE ROCK — Clarke Tucker, Democratic candidate for Arkansas’s 2nd Congressional District, is up with a new television ad this morning. The video shows Tucker responding to misleading claims made by two-term incumbent, Rep. French Hill, and sets the record straight on Tucker’s experience as a bipartisan dealmaker who has worked on behalf of Arkansans to…
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Former Gov. Beebe, Former Gov. And Sen. David Pryor Endorse Clarke Tucker

LITTLE ROCK — The Clarke Tucker for Congress campaign announced today the endorsements of two of the state’s most highly-regarded Arkansas Democratic political leaders. Former Governor Mike Beebe and former Governor and U.S. Senator David Pryor have officially thrown their support behind Clarke Tucker in Arkansas’s 2nd Congressional race. “Clarke Tucker is innovative, hard-working, and…
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Members of the Little Rock Nine Endorse Clarke Tucker for U.S. Congress

LITTLE ROCK — The Clarke Tucker for Congress campaign announced today the endorsement of three pioneers in the Civil Rights Movement, Carlotta Walls LaNier, Ernest Green, and Elizabeth Eckford — all three members of the historic Little Rock Nine. Citing Tucker’s personal story and his public record fighting for all Arkansans, the three civil rights…
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Race to Watch: Clarke Tucker Moves AR-02 to ‘Lean-Republican’ Category in Latest Cook Political Report

LITTLE ROCK — In a move demonstrating the competitiveness of the race for Arkansas’s 2nd Congressional District, Cook Political Reporting has moved AR-02 from ‘Likely Republican’ to ‘Lean Republican’ territory due to Democratic Candidate Clarke Tucker’s dominant performance thus far. The announcement came Wednesday morning and cited Tucker’s experience in public service, powerful personal story,…
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Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act could change Arkansas gun law

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KATV) — A potential federal law could change the way states handle concealed carry licenses. The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act would apply gun laws from the most permissive states to the most-strict states. Arkansas State Representative Clarke Tucker tried making it illegal for people convicted of a misdemeanor of domestic violence to…
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