Joseph Edward Jett, known as Joe Jett (born c. 1960) is an American politician from the state of Arkansas. A member of the Republican Party since December 2016, Jett represents District 56 in the Arkansas House of Representatives. Jett switched parties shortly after winning reelection in 2016 as a Democrat.
Jett is from rural Success in Clay County in the northeastern corner of his state. Before he was elected to the Arkansas House, Mike Beebe, the Democratic governor of Arkansas, appointed Jett to the Arkansas Department of Aeronautics Commission in 2007.
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