LITTLE ROCK — Clarke Tucker, Democratic candidate for Arkansas’s 2nd Congressional District, today released a new ad in the competitive House race in Central Arkansas. From family to baseball, from his baptism to his high school, from his fight for healthcare protections to his own fight against cancer, Tucker walks viewers through his deep community roots in Central Arkansas and shows why he is seeking federal office.
“Arkansas always comes first for me,” Tucker says in the 30-second ad, which emphasizes issues central to his life and now his congressional campaign — family, faith, education, hard work, and healthcare access. “Whether it’s Central High School, our church, the State Capitol, or UAMS, it’s the places in Central Arkansas that have helped make me who I am, and I want to share these experiences with voters.”
“I am running to continue the fight for families to have access to affordable health care, workers to have more good-paying jobs, and our children to have a quality education in Central Arkansas,” Tucker said.
You can view the ad in its entirety here: