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The elected officials.

ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Republican U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton. - BRIAN CHILSON
  • Brian Chilson
  • ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Republican U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

U.S. Sen. John Boozman (R)

1401 W. Capitol Ave., Suite 155

Little Rock, 72201

372-7153

372-7163 (fax)

141 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington, D.C. 20510

202-224-4843

202-228-1371 (fax)

U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton (R)

P.O. Box 25216

Little Rock, 72221

223-9081

223-9105 (fax)

124 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington, DC 20510

202-224-2353

U.S. Congressman French Hill (R)

1501 N. University Ave., Suite 150

Little Rock, 72207

324-5941

324-6029 (fax)

1229 Longworth House Office Building

Washington, D.C. 20515

202-225-2506

202-225-5903 (fax)

STATE GOVERNMENT

Constitutional officers

Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R)

State Capitol, 500 Woodlane St., Room 250

Little Rock, 72201

682-2345

Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin (R)

State Capitol, 500 Woodlane St., Room 270

682-2144

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge (R)

323 Center St., Room 200

682-2007

Consumer hotline: 682-2341

Racial profiling hotline: 877-246-4404

Crime victims and outreach hotline: 682-1020

Medicaid fraud reporting hotline:  682-7760

Secretary of State Mark Martin (R)

State Capitol, 500 Woodlane St., Room 256

682-1010

Auditor Andrea Lea (R)

State Capitol, 500 Woodlane St., Room 230

682-6030

Treasurer Dennis Milligan (R)

State Capitol, 500 Woodlane St., Room 220

682-5888

Land Commissioner John Thurston (R)

State Capitol, 500 Woodlane St., Room 109

324-9422

State legislators (representing at least part of Pulaski County)

Arkansas House of Representatives

State Capitol, 500 Woodlane St., Room 350

Little Rock, 72201

In session: 682-6211

Out of session: 682-7771

House District 29

Rep. Fredrick Love (D)

P.O. Box 4963

Little Rock, 72214

612-3939

House District 30

Rep. Charles Armstrong (D)

9900 W. 36th St.

Little Rock 72204

224-5071

House District 31

Rep. Andy Davis (R)

P.O. Box 30248

Little Rock, 72260

837-5109

House District 32

Rep. James Sorvillo (R)

1925 Rainwood Cove Drive

Little Rock, 72212

551-9571

House District 33

Rep. Warwick Sabin (D)

P. O. Box 250508

Little Rock, 72225

372-4550

House District 34

Rep. John Walker (D)

1723 Broadway

Little Rock, 72206

614-9772

House District 35

Rep. Clarke Tucker (D)

111 Center St., Suite 1900

Little Rock, 72201

379-1767

House District 36

Rep. Charles Blake (D)

201 W. Broadway St, Suite G1

North Little Rock, 72114

425-9824

House District 37

Rep. Eddie Armstrong (D)

P. O. Box 5323

North Little Rock, 72119

444-8468

House District 38

Rep. Donnie Copeland (R)

P.O. Box 15561

Little Rock, 72231

425-5454

House District 39

Rep. Mark Lowery (R)

229 Summit Valley Circle 

Maumelle, 72113

837-5221

House District 40

Rep. Douglas House (R)

8923 Bridge Creek Road

North Little Rock, 72120

590-1055

House District 41

Rep. Karilyn Brown (R)

P.O. Box 6677

Sherwood, 72124

580-9000

House District 42

Rep. Bob Johnson (D)

511 N. First St., Suite 8

Jacksonville, 72076

982-1975

Arkansas Senate

State Capitol, 500 Woodlane St.

Little Rock, 72201

In session: 682-2902

Out of session: 682-6107

Senate District 29

Sen. Eddie Joe Williams (R)

401 Cobblestone Drive

Cabot, 72023

286-9366

Senate District 30

Sen. Linda Chesterfield (D)

12 Keo Drive

Little Rock, 72206

888-1859

Senate District 31

Sen. Joyce Elliott (D)

P.O. Box 4248

Little Rock, 72214

603-9546

Senate District 32

Sen. David Johnson (D)

2511 Valley Park Drive

Little Rock, 72212

519-0654

Senate District 33

Sen. Jeremy Hutchinson (R)

201 E. North St.

Benton, 72015

773-3760

Senate District 34

Sen. Jane English (R)

3 Great Oak Court

North Little Rock, 72116

257-7670

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Pulaski County

County Judge Barry Hyde

201 Broadway, Suite 400

Little Rock, 72201

340-8305

Sheriff Doc Holladay

2900 S. Woodrow St.

Little Rock, 72204

340-6600 (non-emergency)

Prosecuting Attorney Larry Jegley

224 S. Spring St.

Little Rock, 72201

340-8000

County/Circuit Clerk Larry Crane

401 W. Markham St., Suite 100

Little Rock, 72201

340-8500

Treasurer Debra Buckner

201 Broadway, Suite 150

Little Rock, 72201

340-6040

Assessor Janet Troutman Ward

201 Broadway, Suite 310

Little Rock, 72201

340-6170

Quorum Court, Justices of the Peace

District 1

Doug Reed, 476-1932

District 2

Tyler Denton, 340-8802

District 3

Kathy Lewison, 224-5724

District 4

Julie Blackwood, 425-2321

District 5

Lillie McMullen, 224-2783

District 6

Donna Massey, 231-6044

District 7

Teresa Coney, 247-7946

District 8

Curtis Keith, 537-1213

District 9

Judy Green, 374-0679

District 10

Robert Green, 400-4477

District 11

Aaron Robinson, 982-1538

District 12

Luke McCoy, 340-8310

District 13

Phil Stowers, 993-6165

District 14

Paul Elliott, 851-7999

District 15

Staci Medlock, 944-8687

Little Rock

City Hall

500 W. Markham St., 72201

371-4510

Mayor Mark Stodola

City Manager Bruce T. Moore (Unelected)

371-4510

City Board of Directors

Ward 1

Erma Hendrix, 375-2216

Ward 2

Ken Richardson, 379-8594

Ward 3

Kathy Webb, 258-1949

Ward 4

Brad Cazort, 590-5747

Ward 5

Lance Hines (vice mayor), 257-0993

Ward 6

Doris Wright, 565-6215

Ward 7

B.J. Wyrick, 455-4701

Position 8 (at-large)

Dean Kumpuris, 663-1807

Position 9 (at-large)

Gene Fortson, 868-4664

Position 10 (at-large)

Joan Adcock, 565-6098

North Little Rock

City Hall

300 Main St., 72119

P.O. Box 5757

City Services

120 Main St., 72115

P.O. Box 936

975-8888

Mayor Joe Smith

975-8601

City Council

Ward 1

Debi Ross, 753-0733

Beth White, 758-2738

Ward 2

Maurice Taylor, 690-6444

Linda Robinson, 945-8820

Ward 3

Steve Baxter, 804-0928

Bruce Foutch, 658-9714

Ward 4

Charlie Hight, 944-0670

Murry Witcher, 835-0009

Jacksonville

City Hall

1 Municipal Drive, 72076

982-3181

Mayor Gary Fletcher

982-3146

City Council

Ward 1

Kenny Elliott, James Bolden

Ward 2

Kevin McCleary, Terry Sansing

Ward 3

Reedie Ray, Barbara Mashburn

Ward 4

Mike Traylor, Mary Twitty

Ward 5

Tara Smith, Bill Howard

Sherwood

City Hall/Mayor Virginia Hillman Young

2199 E. Kiehl Ave., 72120

835-6620

City Council

Ward 1

Kenneth Keplinger, Charles Harmon

Ward 2

Mary Jo Heye, Kevin Lilly

Ward 3

Beverly Williams, Marina Brooks

Ward 4

Tim McMinn, Mike Sanders

Maumelle

City Hall/ Mayor Michael Watson

550 Edgeood Drive, Suite 590, 72113

851-2500

City Council

Ward 1

Steve Mosley, Ken Saunders

Ward 2

Marc Kelley, Rick Anderson

Ward 3

Preston Lewis, Marion Scott

Ward 4

John Vaprezsan, Jess Holt

Alexander

City Hall / Mayor Michelle Hobbs

15605 Alexander Road, 72002

455-2585

Wrightsville

City Hall / Mayor McKinzie Riley

13024 Hwy. 365, 72206

897-4547

Cammack Village

City Hall / Mayor David Graf

2710 N. McKinley St. 72207

663-8267.

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Little Rock, School District

810 W. Markham St., 447-1000

Superintendent Baker Kurrus

447-1005

The state of Arkansas assumed control of the LRSD in 2015 and the district currently has no elected school board. State Education Commissioner Johnny Key holds the board's traditional powers and responsibilities until the district's return to local control.

North Little Rock, School District

2700 N. Poplar St., 72114

771-8000

School Board

Zone 1

Dorothy Williams, 945-0696

Zone 2

Tracy Steele (secretary), 580-9514

Zone 3

Darrell Montgomery, 753-3687

Zone 4

Ron Treat, 838-6711

Zone 5

Scott Teague, 688-1809

Zone 6

Sandi Campbell (vice president), 416-4554

Zone 7

Luke King (president), 978-2252

Pulaski County Special School District

925 E. Dixon Road

Little Rock, 72206

234-2000

Superintendent Jerry Guess

234-2001

The state of Arkansas assumed control of the PCSSD in 2011 and the district currently has no elected school board. State Education Commissioner Johnny Key holds the board's traditional powers and responsibilities until the district's return to local control.

Jacksonville-North Pulaski School District

602 W. Main St.

Jacksonville, 72076

241-1180

In 2014, voters approved the creation of a new district for Jacksonville from the PCCSD. A temporary board has been appointed and meets monthly at Jacksonville City Hall. However, the separation of the JNPSD is not yet complete.

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