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Introducing David Hillman, the state rep formerly known as a Democrat

Now it’s Representative David Hillman (R) not (D)

News release from Representative David Hillman

LITTLE ROCK, ArkansasRepresentative David Hillman (District 13) has released a statement upon changing his affiliation to Republican “to better represent the changing political views of the people in our district.”

“After much prayer, thought, and consultation (and a few sleepless nights) in order to better represent the changing political views of the people in our district, I have decided to change my party affiliation to Republican.

 I am honored, humbled, and truly grateful for the trust the people of District 13 have in me by allowing me to serve them. I will continue to fight for the interests of our district, rural Arkansas and agriculture.”


Representative David Hillman was elected to his first term in the House of Representatives in 2012. He is the vice chairman of the House Agriculture, Forestry, and Economic Development Committee, a member of the Legislative Joint Auditing and Public Transportation Committees. Hillman also serves as co-chairman of the Legislative Joint Auditing Municipality and County Subcommittee.

Representative Hillman is a graduate of Ouachita Baptist University and served in the United States Army.  He is a past president of the Arkansas Farm Bureau and previously served on the board for the Producers Rice Mill. He and his wife have two adult daughters and live in Almyra.

 District 13 is located in east Arkansas and includes portions of Arkansas, Lonoke, Prairie and White Counties.

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