Meet Our Governors

Arkansas

Mike Beebe
Biography

2013 State of the State Address

Governor Beebe
1800 Center Street
Little Rock, AR 72206
Phone: 501-324-9805
Fax: 501-682-1382 

Southern Governors' Representative
Haley Keenan-Gray, Policy Advisor

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Arkansas News Digest

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3/24/2014 AR Gov. Beebe's Weekly Address: Feeding Our Future"By ending hunger, we can begin to realize the full potential of all Arkansans." [Read More]
3/17/2014 AR Gov. Beebe's Weekly Address: Firewise StatesideThe potential danger for wildfires will be high again this year, help prevent fires with tips from Arkansas Firewise. [Read More]
3/11/2014 Gov. Beebe: Northeast Arkansas Lands $165 Million Poultry OperationCompany will build feed mill and processing plant that will create about 1,000 jobs. [Read More]
3/4/2014 AR Gov. Beebe's Weekly Column: Protecting Those Who Protect Us Governors are making our case against the potential National Guard cuts and asking for reconsideration. [Read More]
2/26/2014 Gov. Beebe: Renovations Begin for Arkansas Regional Innovation HubCenter strives to increase entrepreneurial activity, support innovation efforts to build state’s economy. [Read More]
2/24/2014 AR Gov. Beebe's Weekly Address: Good Results From Health Care Payment ReformState’s major health-care initiative continues to produce impressive results. [Read More]
2/10/2014 AR Gov. Beebe's Weekly Address: Farm Families PerseveringFarms' future depends on markets, demand, Mother Nature but mostly those who carry on agricultural business traditions. [Read More]
2/3/2014 AR Gov. Beebe's Weekly Address: How Health Care Policy Impacts PrisonsThe Arkansas-crafted private option remains in the best interests of us all. [Read More]
1/22/2014 Gov. Beebe: Arkansas Foodbank Marks 30 Years Organization distributed nearly 21 million pounds of food to food pantries across the state in 2013. [Read More]
1/21/2014 AR Gov. Beebe's Weekly Address: Budget Decisions AheadIn education, proposed foundation funding will increase again by two percent to keep pace with adequacy requirements. [Read More]

Governor's Priorities

Health Care

Education

Economic Development