Arkansas Attorney General To Speak At UA-Fort Smith

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Leslie Rutledge

FORT SMITH (KFSM)– The Arkansas Attorney General will make an appearance on Thursday (March 19) at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith.

Leslie Rutledge is scheduled to be the keynote speaker during the Criminal Justice Symposium.

Rutledge was elected as the first woman and first Republican in Arkansas history to serve as attorney general. She comes from Batesville and is the 56th attorney general in The Natural State.

Thursday’s symposium will kick off at 9 a.m. in the Smith-Pendergraft Campus Center. Rutledge will take the stage around 11:15 a.m.

The event is free and open to the public.

5 comments

  • Sean

    Rutledge has the opportunity to kill two birds with one stone.

    If she can bring down some of the corrupt officials and judiciary members in this area, she’ll be well on her way to a promotion.

    She could be the next governor, or some lady you’ve never heard of before. We’ll see.

    • Scott Sackett (@grief_dog)

      She tried to register to vote in Arkansas as well as DC, at the same time. Technically, that makes her barred from elective office.
      She is under a “Do Not Rehire” order at DHS where she used to work. This has yet to be explained.
      Yep, she’s a good one.

  • 90 percent less aaron schock, please

    She’s a shameless self-promoter. Can’t tell that she does anything other than try to be pretty and take credit.

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