Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge says county clerks must follow the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to allow same-sex marriage, and officials in Pulaski and Carroll counties welcomed the news.
F. Scott Fitzgerald was wrong. There are second acts in American lives. America was founded by people looking for their second act. And because we’re all about the second acts in life, Americans are a forgiving people and that means that Arkansans are a forgiving people.
Republican Arkansas attorney general candidate Leslie Rutledge on Friday filed "under protest" her voter registration application with the Arkansas secretary of state's office after her name was removed from voter rolls earlier this week.
An Arkansas election official removed Republican attorney general hopeful Leslie Rutledge from the voter rolls saying she also is registered to vote in Washington, D.C. The GOP candidate called the move politically motivated.
A county judge was wrong to find that Arkansas' ban on same-sex marriage violated the state and federal constitutions, the attorney general's office argued Monday as it asked the state's highest court to uphold the prohibition.
The group that sued to challenge Arkansas' law requiring voters to show identification at the polls said Wednesday it is investigating complaints that voters were wrongly prevented from casting ballots in the primary election.