Gary (Gary) Stubblefield (R-26)

State Senator Gary Stubblefield

Gary (Gary) Stubblefield (R-26)
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Capitol: 501.682.6107
FAX: 501.682.2917
District: 479.635.4314
Arkansas State Senate
Room 320 State Capitol Building 500 Woodlane Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
2542 Skeets Road
Branch, AR 72928-9656
Residence:Branch, AR

Committee Assignments


Senator Gary Stubblefield represents Senate District 6, which includes parts of Franklin and Johnson Counties and all of Logan and Yell Counties. Senator Stubblefield chairs the Senate Committee on City, County and Local Affairs and is a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and Senate Rules, Resolutions and Memorials Committee. He also serves as vice chair of the Legislative Joint Auditing Committee and is a member of Joint Energy Committee, Joint Budget Committee, the Arkansas Legislative Council and serves on several subcommittees. Senator Stubblefield served for four years in the House of Representatives, then was elected to the Senate in November of 2012. He was sworn in as a state senator on the first day of the 2013 regular session. In 2014 he was re-elected by the voters in District 6 to a full four-year term. Senator Stubblefield has sponsored legislation and maintained a strong voting record for protecting the rights of the unborn and the elderly. He believes in protecting the rights of farmers and livestock growers, and in protecting the rights guaranteed to American citizens under the Second Amendment. He supports legislation to lower taxes, reduce the size of government and simplify the regulatory burden on Arkansas businesses and residents. During the 2019 session he co-sponsored Act 506 to create a farm to school and farm to pre-school program, to improve nutritional offerings for children. Senator Stubblefield also sponsored Act 700, to provide that only physicians with a degree in OB-GYN may perform abortions. He was the sponsor of Act 1076, which prohibits cities from becoming sanctuaries for illegal immigrants. Senator Stubblefield co-sponsored Act 392 of 2017 to create born-alive infant protection. He also co-sponsored Act 332 of 2017 to enhance penalties against offenders who target current or former law officers, first responders, and their families. He co-sponsored Act 606 to provide for legal remedies in the event of unauthorized access to a person's personal property. He was the Senate sponsor of Act 742 to expand the development of agricultural schools in Arkansas. While attending the University of Arkansas, Stubblefield enjoyed a successful career as a member of the Arkansas Razorback football team despite beginning as a walk-on from a high school which did not offer football. He has often said he is surprised by the similarities between playing tackle football for the Razorbacks and serving in the Arkansas legislature. A life-long dairy farmer from Branch, he and his wife Kathi reared two children and taught them the value of keeping one's word, a hard day's work, and respecting the rights of others. Senator Stubblefield is a member of the Baptist church.

Election / Personal Info

First Elected: 2012    Next Election: 2026
Spouse: Kathi   
Counties Representing