Republican Party of Arkansas
|Republican Party of Arkansas|
|Senate leader||Kim Hendren|
|House leader||Bryan King|
|National affiliation||Republican Party|
|Seats in the Upper House|
|Seats in the Lower House|
The party is led by state chairman Doyle Webb, who was re-elected to serve a second term in December 2010. Webb, an attorney, was once chief of staff for the late Lieutenant Governor Winthrop Paul Rockefeller
The RPA's headquarters is on West 6th Street in downtown Little Rock. Chase Dugger serves as the Executive Director. Megan Tollett serves as the Political Director, and David Ray serves as the Communications Director.
Both parties exist in all fifty states. Historically, prior to the late 20th century, the Republican Party was much weaker than the Democrats in the former Confederate States of America, including Arkansas.
The Arkansas party did not hire its first paid executive director until 1970, when businessman Neal Sox Johnson, then of Nashville, Arkansas, assumed the position in the last year of Winthrop Rockefeller second term as governor of Arkansas. Johnson help the position until early in 1973, when he left Arkansas to take a high position with the former Farmers Home Administration in Washington, D.C..
Republican allied groups 
There are five groups and these groups are: Arkansas Republican Hispanic Assembly, Arkansas Black Republican Caucus, Arkansas Federation of College Republicans, Arkansas Federation of Young Republicans and Arkansas Federation of Republican Women.
Tusk Club 
The Tusk Club is another arm of the Arkansas Republican Party.
Current elected officials 
The Arkansas Republican Party controls three of the state's seven statewide offices. Republicans also hold one of the state's U.S. Senate seats and all four of the state's U.S. House seats.
Members of Congress 
U.S. Senate 
U.S. House of Representatives 
- Rick Crawford, 1st district
- Tim Griffin, 2nd district
- Steve Womack, 3rd district
- Tom Cotton, 4th district
Statewide offices 
See also 
- Arkansas Outlook, Arkansas Republican Party newsletter, February 1973