Congressman French Hill Statement on House Majority PAC’s Falsified AARP Support in Ad

LITTLE ROCK, Ark – Today, AARP Arkansas corrected the record on the unauthorized use of their name in
a political ad run by House Majority PAC. In a press release dated today, AARP Arkansas stated:
“The video ad mentions AARP’s name without authorization. AARP does not endorse candidates or make
contributions to political campaigns or candidates. AARP did not authorize the ad from the House
Majority PAC that mentions AARP, and we did not participate in its production. We have a proud 32-year
history of non-partisan voter engagement, providing voters with information on where the candidates
stand on issues important to our members and their families, so they can make their own decisions on
Election Day.”
Congressman French Hill also released the following statement in response to the ad:
“I appreciate AARP Arkansas’s swift rebuke of this falsified ad that was run by an outside private interest
group that is supporting my opponent in the upcoming race. AARP has a strong history of serving its
constituency in an effective, but non-partisan, manner and House Majority PAC intentionally
undermined AARP’s good work. I have a record of working to strengthen Medicare and Social

Security for Arkansans and have worked to replace the current failing healthcare law with a patient-
centered market reforms that increase affordability and access for our seniors and families. Any outside

groups who try to distort that for political purposes are failing Arkansas voters.”