AACP 2019-2020 Legislator of the Year (Rep. Mike Holcomb, District 10)

10/19/2020

AACP 2019-2020 Legislator of the Year

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Representative Mike Holcomb, District 10

Rep. Mike Holcomb serves on the House City, County and Local Affairs Committee, the House Rules Committee and the Joint Budget Committee. Rep Holcomb was selected because as Chairman of the House Public Transportation Committee he was instrumental in ensuring that language needed by the AACP was amended into the Real-time Insurance Verification Database legislation that was passed. He as always been supportive of local law enforcement, but his efforts on this bill went above and beyond. In doing so, he has helped the association continue to provide bulletproof vests to departments across the state, as well as continuing to upgrade the quality of policies and procedures available to all departments in Arkansas, free of charge.

The Arkansas Association of Chiefs of Police will be forever grateful to these fine Legislators for helping make our state a safer place to live and raise a family.

Representative Mike Holcomb's BIO

Party

Republican

Past Service

County Judge, Quorum Court, Former Police Officer, Former Deputy Sheriff; First Term House 2013, 2015, 2017

Seniority

20

Religion

Baptist

Occupation

Retired County Judge/Educator

Rep. Mike Holcomb is serving his fourth term in the Arkansas House of Representatives. He represents District 10, which includes portions of Lincoln, Cleveland, Grant, Drew, and Jefferson counties. For the 92nd General Assembly, Rep. Holcomb serves as chairperson of the House Public Transportation Committee. He also serves on the House City, County & Local Affairs Committee, the Joint Budget Committee, and the House Rules Committee.  Rep. Holcomb serves on the Southern Legislative Council Transportation Committee. In 2018, he received the Outstanding Legislator Award from the Arkansas Municipal League and the Arkansas State Chamber. Rep. Holcomb attended Southern Baptist College. He has spent 28 years in public education as a teacher and administrator. He is a former Jefferson County Judge and previously served on the Jefferson County Quorum Court.

 

 

 

 

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