Rep. Jack Ladyman, R-Jonesboro, will seek another term in the Arkansas House of Representatives. Ladyman represents District 59 which includes western portions of Craighead County and is serving his third term since his first election in 2014.
Chosen by House Speaker Matthew Shepherd, Ladyman is the chairman of the House Public Health, Welfare & Labor Committee. He also serves on the Joint Budget Committee, the Joint Committee on Energy, and the House State Agencies & Governmental Affairs Committee.
“I am proud to stand up and fight for our values. My votes to help pass tax cuts for all Arkansans, and standing with Governor Hutchinson in the reorganization of our state towards a more limited government, prove that actions speak louder than words.”
His educational background includes an associate’s degree from Williams Baptist College, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Arkansas Fayetteville. In addition to his job as a state representative, he is currently the president of Ladyman Enterprises.
Ladyman is involved with Jaycees, serving at one time as vice-president of Arkansas Jaycees. Additionally, he has served on the Board of the Craighead County Soccer Association, the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission, and Co-Chair for Craighead County Emergency Response Preparedness Committee.
“I want to sincerely thank my constituents for allowing me to serve the last three terms, and I want to continue building on the great work we’ve accomplished. We’ve improved the quality of life in our district, and across the State, but there is still work to be done, so let’s keep it up,” Ladyman said.