The Arkansas Legislative Black Caucus (ALBC) has selected Rep. Fredrick Love (D-Little Rock) as its chairperson for the 89th General Assembly.
There are 12 members of the ALBC in the House and 3 members in the Senate who will serve in the 89th.
“I am both honored and elated to have been chosen to lead the Arkansas Legislative Black Caucus in the 89th General Assembly,” said Love. “I look forward to working with not only members of the ALBC but all members of the General Assembly to serve the people of Arkansas. I don’t take this task lightly and stand ready to provide leadership and work with leadership to improve the lives all Arkansans.”
Love will be serving his second term in the Arkansas House of Representatives. He represents District 35, which includes part of Pulaski County.
Love earned a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's degree in public health from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He is currently a grants administrator for Pulaski County and working toward completion of a doctorate degree in public health.
Love resides in Little Rock with his wife and young son.
ALBC executive officers also include Sen. Joyce Elliott (Vice-Chair), Rep. Reginald Murdock (Secretary) and Sen. Linda Chesterfield (Treasurer).
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