Mark has been part of this community for over 45 years with 12 of those right here as a neighbor in Maumelle. He has worked tirelessly to make all of northwest Pulaski County a better place.
Mark remains connected to the community by being active in the Rotary Club, Lions Club and the Maumelle Chamber of Commerce as well as serving on the board of the North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce.
Through the years Mark has been a worship leader at several central Arkansas churches. Mark currently attends New Life Church - Greater Little Rock.
Continuing the good work can only happen with you. We need you to volunteer, offer sign locations and tell everyone how important it is for District 39 voters to continue the strong, conservative leadership that Mark brings.
Mark Lowery is serving District 39 for his 3rd term and is House Chair of Joint Performance Review, a member of the Education Committee and of the Insurance and Commerce Committee as well as the Joint Budget Committee.
Governor Asa Hutchinson appointed Rep. Lowery in 2017 to represent Arkansas on the Southern Education Regional Board (SREB). Lowery also serves on the Education Committee of the Southern Legislative Conference (SLC).
Mark was lead sponsor for the 2017 Voter ID legislation, the Productivity funding model for Higher Education, Tim Tebow legislation allowing Home school students to participate in extracurricular activities and his legislation in 2015 opened the door for the possibility of a future Maumelle School District. His legislative leadership brought about the end of the PARCC test and the transition to ACT and ACT Aspire for assessment.
Video report from Arkansas House