Hardworking women are the foundation of Arkansas's success. But we must do more to ensure that all of our mothers, sisters, and daughters are protected and that they have the choices available to make the best decisions for them and their families.
Arkansas needs leaders who will stand up to anyone in Washington, from either political party, and do what's right for Arkansas and for our country.
Agriculture has deep roots both in my life and in Arkansas' history.
Arkansas families need to feel safe in their homes and communities, which is why we need a U.S. Senator who will address threats - both at home and abroad - head on.
Our country has made a promise to our veterans: if you serve your country, then 'we've got your six.' We will have your back for life. I will always fight for the more than 250,000 veterans here in Arkansas.
There is a disconnect between Arkansas and Washington, D.C. The career politicians in Washington are not listening to people here in Arkansas, and this is the fundamental problem with politics.
I will travel to all 75 counties in Arkansas every year, listen to your stories and concerns, and work hard every single day on the issues affecting you and your family instead of visiting exotic foreign countries on the taxpayer dime.
We must also recognize that the American Dream includes being able to provide and care for your family without fear of losing your job in the process.
All women should have the ability to get ahead with hard work, be treated fairly in the workplace, and live free from fear.
As a prosecutor, I saw firsthand how VAWA has made a difference in the lives of women and girls by ensuring an aggressive response to domestic violence, boosting victims' services, and enhancing efforts to prevent and prosecute these horrible crimes.
We all share some commonalities with the states we come from and where we come from on the political spectrum. There's a lot of work to be done to make sure we continue to have strong advocacy for these values that we find in the heartland, in red and rural states.
Caring for our veterans should be non-negotiable. And it definitely should not be affected by playing the same old Washington party politics game.
I will not rest until seniors get the cost-of-living adjustments they have earned and we lower the cost of prescription drugs.