Arkansas State Society of Washington, D.C.

About Us

Sarah Beth Cloar, Regina Hopper, Leah Hirsch

bruce westerman, john bootsman, bill christian, sarah hudson, steve womack, andy york, beau walker

Senator John Boozman

Spencer Lucker

French Hill, John Boozman

Jordan Craig, Regina Hopper

The Arkansas State Society has a long, rich history as a community for Arkansans in Washington, D.C. State societies are notable in the Nation’s capital, dating back more than a century, and serve an important, non-partisan role for states’ citizens, honoring the history and traditions of America’s 50 states.

What makes the Arkansas State Society unique is that it provides opportunities for celebrating our shared heritage in a relaxed and non-partisan atmosphere of goodwill. Arkansas has much to celebrate – its culture, people, food, art, music, and so much more. Furthermore, it brings together a diverse group of bright, hardworking folks representing government, students, young professionals, business leaders and elected officials, who hail from all four corners of the state and seek to connect with one another.