Rutledge Lays Out Plans for November Atty. Gen. Election

Published 06/11 2014 12:58PM

Updated 06/11 2014 01:02PM

LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Fresh off her run-off win, GOP nominee for Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge reveals how she plans to approach the general election race.

She says her campaign was a grass roots effort and adds that she fought off one million dollars in ads against her from opponent David Sterling.

Rutledge says her focus for November is just like it was in the primary election. She wants to protect Arkansans from scams, internet predators, overreaching federal government and criminals.

State Representative Nate Steel is her democratic challenger in November. The Libertarian Party's Aaron Cash is also in the race.

Click the video for more from her interview.

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