Jack R. Ladyman (born c. 1946) is a mechanical engineer for the wind turbine manufacturer Nordex in Jonesboro, Arkansas, and a Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives for District 59 in a portion of Craighead County in the northeastern portion of his state. In 2014, Ladyman ran for the District 59 seat in the Arkansas House vacated by the Democrat incumbent Butch Wilkins. He defeated another Democrat, Ron Carroll, 3,581 to 2,844. Both candidates had been unopposed for their respective party nominations. Republicans dominated the state races in Arkansas in 2014.

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  • Jack R. Ladyman (born c. 1946) is a mechanical engineer for the wind turbine manufacturer Nordex in Jonesboro, Arkansas, and a Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives for District 59 in a portion of Craighead County in the northeastern portion of his state. Ladyman's place of birth, names of parents, early years, and high school are not available. He received an associate's degree from Williams Baptist College in College City near Walnut Ridge in Lawrence County in northeastern Arkansas, and a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. As a young man, Ladyman was active in the Junior Chamber International: the Jaycee president in Corning in Clay County and the state Jaycee vice-president. He later served as Mayor of Elkins (Washington County). He is a board member of the Craighead County Soccer Association. He formerly served on the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission and was the co-chairman of the Craighead County Emergency Response Preparedness Committee. In 2014, Ladyman ran for the District 59 seat in the Arkansas House vacated by the Democrat incumbent Butch Wilkins. He defeated another Democrat, Ron Carroll, 3,581 to 2,844. Both candidates had been unopposed for their respective party nominations. Republicans dominated the state races in Arkansas in 2014. Representative Ladyman is assigned to the House committees on: (1) Revenue and Taxation, (2) State Agencies and Governmental Affairs, and (3) Legislative Joint Audit.In February 2015, Ladyman joined dozens of his fellow Republicans and two Democrats in co-sponsoring legislation submitted by Representative Lane Jean of Magnolia, to reduce unemployment compensation benefits. The measure was promptly signed into law by Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson. (en)
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  • Jack R. Ladyman (born c. 1946) is a mechanical engineer for the wind turbine manufacturer Nordex in Jonesboro, Arkansas, and a Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives for District 59 in a portion of Craighead County in the northeastern portion of his state. In 2014, Ladyman ran for the District 59 seat in the Arkansas House vacated by the Democrat incumbent Butch Wilkins. He defeated another Democrat, Ron Carroll, 3,581 to 2,844. Both candidates had been unopposed for their respective party nominations. Republicans dominated the state races in Arkansas in 2014. (en)
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