Arkansas US Congress
Rep. Rick Crawford (R)
Arkansas District 1
Rick Crawford grew up in a military family where his father served in the United States Air Force. During that time, Rick had the opportunity to live all over the United States and overseas.
After completing his military service, Rick attended Arkansas State University and graduated in 1996 with a degree in Agriculture Business and Economics.
Rick serves on the House Agriculture Committee where he is the Subcommittee Chairman on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management and a member of the Nutrition Subcommittee. Rick is also honored to serve on the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee where he is a member of the subcommittees on Highway and Transit, Water Resources and Environment, and Economic Development. Finally, Rick is also a member of the Permanent House Select Committee on Intelligence, where he serves on two subcommittees: the Department of Defense Intelligence and Overhead Architecture Subcommittee and the Emerging Threats Subcommittee.
Rep. French Hill (R)
Arkansas District 2
French Hill, 60, is the 22nd Member of Congress to represent central Arkansas in the U.S. House of Representatives. A ninth generation Arkansan, he was elected on November 4, 2014, began his first congressional term on January 3, 2015, and was officially sworn in on January 6, 2015. He serves on the U.S. House Committee on Financial Services. Prior to his congressional service, Mr. Hill was actively engaged in the Arkansas business community for two decades as a commercial banker and investment manager. He was founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Delta Trust & Banking Corp., which was headquartered in Little Rock and recently merged with Arkansas-based Simmons First National Corp.
In 2013, he was named the Top Manager of the Year by the Sales and Marketing Executive International, and in 2010, he was selected by AY Magazine as its “Most Powerful Man” in business in Arkansas. He has been a contributor to CNBC, CNN, FOX, and NPR on political and economic policy matters.
Mr. Hill is a magna cum laude graduate in Economics from Vanderbilt University. He is married to the former Martha McKenzie of Dallas, Texas, and they have a daughter, Sarah Elizabeth McKenzie Hill, and a son, William Payne Hill. The Hill family resides in Little Rock.
Rep. Steve Womack
Arkansas District 3
Washington D.C. Office
2412 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-4301
Fax: (202) 225-5713
3333 Pinnacle Hills, Suite 120
Rogers, Arkansas 72758
Phone: (479) 464-0446
Fax: (479) 464-0063
303 North Main Street, Suite 102
Harrison, Arkansas 72601
Phone: (870) 741-6900
Fax: (870) 741-7741
Ft. Smith Office
423 North 6th Street
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72902
Phone: (479) 424-1146
Fax: (479) 424-2737
Representative Womack represents Carroll County and is running for re-election. Two opponents have announced (1) Robb Ryerse (R) - Pastor; (2) Joshua Mahony (D) - Non-Profit Group Executive, Ex-Fayetteville Airport Board Chair
Congressman Stephen A. Womack, 60, is a native of Russellville, Arkansas. After attending K-10 in Moberly, Missouri, Womack’s family returned to Arkansas in 1973, and he graduated from Russellville High School in 1975. Womack earned a Bachelor’s degree from Arkansas Tech University in 1979 and, after graduation, was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Arkansas Army National Guard.
In the fall of 1979, Steve relocated to Rogers where he and his father established KURM Radio, and he served as station manager from 1979-1990. In August of 1990, Steve accepted an assignment with the University of Arkansas Army ROTC program and served as Executive Officer of the program for six years. In 1996, Steve was hired as a financial consultant with Merrill Lynch.
In the House, Steve serves on the Appropriations Committee and the Defense, Military Construction-Veterans Affairs, and Labor-Health and Human Services subcommittees, as well as the House Budget Committee. Steve is also a member of the Whip Team and various caucuses.
Steve has been married to his wife, Terri, for 32 years, and they have three grown sons and two grandsons, Liam and Kaden.
Rep. Bruce Westerman
Arkansas District 4
Congressman Bruce Westerman is a Hot Springs native currently serving his second term as representative from the Fourth District of Arkansas, having first been elected in 2014. Westerman serves on the Committee on the Budget, the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, and the Committee on Natural Resources, where he is Chair of the Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee. Westerman also serves on the Majority Whip Team under the leadership of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise.
Prior to serving in Congress, Westerman was elected to two terms in the Arkansas General Assembly, where he was the state’s first Republican House Majority Leader since Reconstruction following the 2013 GOP takeover of the Arkansas House of Representatives.
Westerman lives in Hot Springs with his wife, Sharon. They have four children. He enjoys hunting and fishing.