Standing for Arkansas
About Alan Clark
A pioneer in the conservative movement in Arkansas, Alan Clark has been working to elect conservative Republicans for over 30 years. Alan was elected to the Garland County Quorum Court in 1992, becoming the first Republican ever elected in that district. Alan has served as county chair of the Republican Party in Garland County. As chair in 2010, Republicans flipped the county by winning 20 out of 21 seats after never having won a countywide race, a state senate race or majority on the quorum court in almost 140 years.
As a small businessman, Alan understands the issues facing taxpayers. Alan serves as VP/COO Clarks Building and Decorating Center. He has previous service on various boards, including Ace Hardware PACE Board 1992-1996, Central Arkansas Ace Hardware Dealers President in 1997, Mid-America Lumbermen’s President (Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas) 2007-2008, and National Lumber and Building Materials Dealers Association 2008-2014.
Alan has been married to Jana Pruitt for over 40 years, with 2 children, Andrew and Shay, who is married to Florian. They attend the Church of Philadelphia where Alan teaches Sunday School.
WHERE ALAN STANDS ON THE
Alan voted to provide tax relief to working families by dropping the state sales tax rate on groceries and lowering the income tax.
Alan is a leader in the legislature on child welfare reform. From creating a child welfare oversight committee to leading the fight to get the necessary funding to get caseloads down, Clark has passed 20 bills on child welfare.
From creating a child welfare oversight committee to leading the fight to get the necessary funding to get caseloads down, Clark has passed 20 bills on child welfare.
Senator Clark has supported teacher pay increases every year he has been in office.
Senator Clark has been consistently pro-life.
Senator Clark believes the right to carry a weapon without the intent to do harm is legal. Senator Clark supports open carry.