North Little Rock Lawyer Enters 2014 Arkansas Attorney General's Race

North Little Rock Lawyer Enters 2014 Arkansas Attorney General's Race

Republican candidate has already raised more than $50,000 for his campaign.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A North Little Rock lawyer has announced he's running for Arkansas Attorney General in 2014.

In a news release, David Sterling says he wants to reduce the role of the federal government in the lives of Arkansans.

The conservative Republican is a Texarkana native who now has a private law practice in North Little Rock.

Sterling has reported raising $50,545 for his campaign in the first quarter of this year.

“My top priority as Attorney General will be to defend the Constitution and protect the liberty of all Arkansans from an overreaching federal government,” said Sterling. “As Attorney General, I’ll stand up for state authority and individual liberty by working to rein in a federal government that has grown too powerful,” he remarked.

Sterling listed other priorities as:
  • Fighting President Obama’s efforts to limit our Second Amendment rights
  • Defending Arkansas law that restricts abortions after 12 weeks
  • Protecting farmers and ranchers from an out-of-control EPA
  • Defending Arkansas’ constitutional definition of marriage
  • Aggressively prosecuting Medicaid fraud Sterling practices business, commercial, and contract law at his own firm in North Little Rock. He has been recognized repeatedly by his peers for his high legal ability and expertise.
Sterling's resume also includes serving as Assistant City Manager of Hope from 1997-1998. He holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration in addition to his law degree, both from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Click here for more information about Sterling’s campaign.
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