Empowering Arkansans

“As governor, I will defend our freedom and lead with heart.”

– Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders

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 WHEREAS:  Arkansas has a rich and storied tradition of hunting and angling dating back to the early 1800’s and carrying forward to this day; WHEREAS:  Hunting and angling continue to be an integral component of the cultural fabric of communities throughout the state and over recent years have offered a growing number of participants an opportunity to connect […]
 LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders has announced the following appointments to boards and commissions:   Arkansas Apprenticeship Coordination Steering Committee: William Roachell, of Conway, to the Arkansas Apprenticeship Coordination Steering Committee. Term expires December 1, 2026. Reappointment. Tracy Chambers, of Conway, to the Arkansas Apprenticeship Coordination Steering Committee. Term expires on December 1, 2026. Replaces Andrew Aleshire. Zach Harber, of Batesville, to the Arkansas […]
 WHEREAS:    The U.S. produces approximately 16 billion pounds of rice annually, and the State of Arkansas is a key supplier of U.S.-grown rice, producing approximately 8 billion pounds annually; WHEREAS:    Rice is grown in 40 of Arkansas’ 75 counties and production is concentrated in the eastern half of the state; WHEREAS:    The U.S. is the sixth largest exporter of rice, […]

Meet the 47th Governor of Arkansas

Sarah Huckabee Sanders

Inaugurated on January 10, 2023, she is the first woman to serve as governor of the state and currently is the youngest governor in the country.

Prior to her historic victory, Sarah served as White House Press Secretary for President Donald J. Trump from 2017 to 2019. A trusted confidant of the President, she advised him on everything from press and communications strategy to personnel and policy. For two and a half years, Sarah worked closely with the president, battling with the media, working with lawmakers and CEOs, and accompanying the president on every foreign trip, including dozens of meetings with foreign leaders. Sarah was only the third woman – and the very first mom – to ever hold the job of White House Press Secretary.