Bryan King (politician)
|Bryan B. King|
|Member of the Arkansas Senate
from the 5th district
|Preceded by||Stephanie Flowers|
|Arkansas State Representative from District 91|
|Preceded by||Phillip E. Jackson|
|Succeeded by||Dan Douglas|
September 16, 1968 |
Springdale, Benton County
|Residence||Green Forest, Arkansas|
|Alma mater||University of Arkansas|
Bryan B. King (born September 16, 1968) is a Republican member of the Arkansas Senate for the 5th district, which encompasses Madison County and parts of Carroll, Crawford, Franklin, Johnson, Sebastian and Washington counties.
He was born in Springdale, Arkansas, and graduated from Green Forest High School in Green Forest in Carroll County. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.
He owns Triple K Farms in Green Forest.
From 2007 to 2013, he served as a Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives for District 91. He was a member of the House Insurance and Commerce Committee, the Arkansas Legislative Council, where he was chairman of the Personnel Committee, the Joint Budget Committee and the House Public Health, Welfare and Labor Committee.
Since 2013, he has served as state senator. As such, he is the chairman of Legislative Joint Auditing Committee and a member of the Senate Judiciary, Senate State Agencies Governmental Affairs, Senate Rules, Resolutions & Memorials, Joint Performance Review, Joint Budget Committee (JBC), the Arkansas Legislative Council and JBC Claims. In January 2013, he introduced a bill allowing concealed carry handguns in churches or other places of worship.
- 91st Arkansas General Assembly Legislative Directory
- Arkansas Senate biography
- Q&A: Coleman, King Seek Arkansas Senate District 5 Seat, Southwest Times Record, April 29, 2012
- Arkansas Senate Member page
- Larry Henry, Gun Measures Popping Up In Arkansas Legislature Archived March 17, 2016, at the Wayback Machine., KFSM-TV, January 17, 2013
|Arkansas State Senator for
District 5 (Madison, Carroll, Crawford, Franklin, Johnson, Sebastian, and Washington counties)
Bryan B. King
Phillip E. Jackson
|Arkansas State Representative
for District 91 (now part of Benton County)
Bryan B. King
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