French Hill

Arkansas's 2nd District (AR - 02)

Updated: Oct 31, 2014

Narrative

Persuadable voters outside of Pulaski County need to hear that Pat Hays is a longtime member of the National Rifle Association, and is running to protect our Second Amendment rights. He’s a firearm owner himself who has pledged to protect our right to keep and bear arms, and he will stand up to anyone in Washington who would try and take our firearms away. In order to protect our Second Amendment Rights, we need to elect Pat Hays to Congress.

  • The Vice President of the National Rifle Association recently praised Pat Hays, saying that America’s gun owners owe Pat a tremendous debt of gratitude for his proven support of the NRA, and that Pat has fought to protect the NRA through some of their toughest battles.
  • You can vote early from now until Nov 3rd. If you can’t vote early, please remember to vote on Tuesday, November 4th. Polls are open from 7:30am – 7:30pm on Election Day.

Base Democrats outside of Pulaski County need to hear that Pat Hays thinks hardworking Arkansans deserve a raise. That’s why he’s supporting the measure to increase the minimum wage and put more money in the pockets of working families on Tuesday November 4th. His opponent, millionaire Republican banker French Hill, does not support an increase in the minimum wage. They should know that this is a close election, and they should vote to support Pat Hays. 

  • You can vote early from now until Nov 3rd. If you can’t vote early, please remember to vote on Tuesday, November 4th. Polls are open from 7:30am – 7:30pm on Election Day

 

Top Hits

  • In 2009, French Hill donated thousands to corrupt state treasurer Martha Shoffner. Over the next four years, Shoffner directed over $700 million in taxpayer dollars to French Hill’s Bank.  And after profiting from these taxpayer investments, Hill sold his bank and made millions.  But French Hill’s employees were told they could be laid off and others faced a 30% pay cut. Hill benefitted from taxpayer money and made millions, while his employees lost their jobs.
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