Changing the Face of Arkansas Politics
Our mission is to elect progressive women to state and local office. The women we support are committed to reproductive, economic, and environmental justice for all.
Why I Run
“My family was at the forefront of the civil rights movement. Speaking up and elevating my voice on issues that deeply impact my community is in my blood.”
– Representative Jamie Scott,
North Little Rock
are Made for
Progressive Arkansas Women PAC (PAWPAC) proudly endorses 14 women running for Justices of the Peace across the state: Julia Bailey, District 15 (Benton County)Beth Coger, District 6 (Washington County)Esther Dixon, District 3 (Garland County)Rene Henderson, District 4...
Photo credit: Seth Wheeler All the talk about toilet paper shortages and hoarding during the pandemic made me think about the sustainability of toilet paper. What brand of toilet paper should we use when we have flattened/squashed the curve and things return to...
This is why state and local elections matter. Seven PAWPAC-supported legislators are fighting for reproductive justice as the State of Arkansas works to deny abortion rights during the pandemic. Representative Tippi McCullough, leading the charge, along with...