Jim Hendren

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James Paul Hendren, known as Jim Hendren (born August 12, 1963), is a Republican member of the Arkansas State Senate for District 2 and the current Senate Majority Leader.wikipedia
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Sulphur Springs, Benton County, Arkansas

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He resides in Sulphur Springs in Benton County in Northwest Arkansas.

Gravette, Arkansas

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A native of Gravette in Benton County, Hendren spent a semester at Bob Jones University and graduated in 1984 with a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.

Kim Hendren

His father, Kim Hendren, is also a former member of the Arkansas Senate and in a second stint in office a member of the Arkansas House of Representatives from at least 2015 to 2017.
The Hendrens have four children, Mark, Jim, Gayla Joy Hendren McKenzie, and Kimberly Hope Duke.

Arkansas Senate

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James Paul Hendren, known as Jim Hendren (born August 12, 1963), is a Republican member of the Arkansas State Senate for District 2 and the current Senate Majority Leader.

Jeremy Hutchinson (politician)

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Through his mother, the former Marylea Hutchinson, his cousins include fellow State Senator Jeremy Hutchinson of Little Rock and former State Representative Timothy Chad Hutchinson, sons of former Senator Tim Hutchinson, and Hutchinson's first wife, Donna.
Kim Hendren's son Jim Hendren, District 2 state senator from Benton County and the senate majority leader, is Hutchinson's cousin.

Asa Hutchinson

In 2001, Hendren ran unsuccessfully to succeed his uncles, Asa Hutchinson and Tim Hutchinson, representing Arkansas's 3rd congressional district in a special election campaign that was hampered by reports of an extramarital affair.
Arkansas District 2 State Senator Jim Hendren of Sulphur Springs is Hutchinson's nephew.

Tim Hutchinson

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In 2001, Hendren ran unsuccessfully to succeed his uncles, Asa Hutchinson and Tim Hutchinson, representing Arkansas's 3rd congressional district in a special election campaign that was hampered by reports of an extramarital affair.
Kim Hendren's son, Jim Hendren, was elected in 2012 to the District 2 seat from Benton County in the Arkansas State Senate.

Timothy Chad Hutchinson

Through his mother, the former Marylea Hutchinson, his cousins include fellow State Senator Jeremy Hutchinson of Little Rock and former State Representative Timothy Chad Hutchinson, sons of former Senator Tim Hutchinson, and Hutchinson's first wife, Donna.
Kim Hendren's son, Jim Hendren, a cousin of Timothy Hutchinson, is the District 2 state senator from Benton County and the Senate Majority Leader.

Donna Hutchinson

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Through his mother, the former Marylea Hutchinson, his cousins include fellow State Senator Jeremy Hutchinson of Little Rock and former State Representative Timothy Chad Hutchinson, sons of former Senator Tim Hutchinson, and Hutchinson's first wife, Donna.

Republican Party (United States)

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James Paul Hendren, known as Jim Hendren (born August 12, 1963), is a Republican member of the Arkansas State Senate for District 2 and the current Senate Majority Leader.

Benton County, Arkansas

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He resides in Sulphur Springs in Benton County in Northwest Arkansas.

Northwest Arkansas

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He resides in Sulphur Springs in Benton County in Northwest Arkansas.

Bob Jones University

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A native of Gravette in Benton County, Hendren spent a semester at Bob Jones University and graduated in 1984 with a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.

Fayetteville, Arkansas

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A native of Gravette in Benton County, Hendren spent a semester at Bob Jones University and graduated in 1984 with a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.

Soviet Union

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A former F-15 fighter pilot, he flew in six intercepts of planes of the former Soviet Union over the Bering Sea.

Bering Sea

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A former F-15 fighter pilot, he flew in six intercepts of planes of the former Soviet Union over the Bering Sea.

Arkansas House of Representatives

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In 1994, Hendren defeated Representative Railey Steele in a race for the Arkansas House of Representatives.

Anti-abortion movement

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During this time, he worked for passage of several pro-life pieces of legislation, including a ban on partial birth abortions in 1996 and the Fetal Protection Law of 1999.

Intact dilation and extraction

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During this time, he worked for passage of several pro-life pieces of legislation, including a ban on partial birth abortions in 1996 and the Fetal Protection Law of 1999.

Arkansas's 3rd congressional district

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In 2001, Hendren ran unsuccessfully to succeed his uncles, Asa Hutchinson and Tim Hutchinson, representing Arkansas's 3rd congressional district in a special election campaign that was hampered by reports of an extramarital affair.