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Senator Breanne Davis, an avid defender of our 2nd amendment rights

An Arkansan for more than three decades, Breanne learned the value of hard work and public service while growing up in Pope County. After graduating from Russellville High School, she attended Ouachita Baptist University, where she played soccer for the Tigers. She completed her degree at Arkansas Tech University with a B.S. in Speech Communication and Political Science. 


Elected to the Russellville School Board of Education in 2009, Breanne served as president, communications liaison, and legislative liaison during her nine years on the board. Most recently, Breanne worked as an account executive for SAS institute, a global data analytics company located in Cary, NC. Her entrepreneurial spirit also launched Deelyte Farms, a small flower farm catering to events and local farmers markets.


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Breanne Davis is a pro-life, pro-2nd Amendment, fiscal conservative State Senator representing Arkansas' 16th Senate District, covering a vast portion of Arkansas' River Valley.   


Breanne ran for the Arkansas State Senate to promote economic growth, more educational choices, and less government in our everyday life.  Breanne has a proven record of being an adamant protector of our constitutional rights, protecting the right to life of innocent human beings, and  protecting our 2nd amendment right to bear arms.  


Representative Breanne Davis receiving an award for her volunteer work

Over the years, Breanne’s volunteer experience includes working with human trafficking survivors, being a respite foster family, a volunteer for Choices Pregnancy Resource Center, and coaching U8 girls soccer. She currently serves on the Advisory Board of GiGi’s Playhouse in Little Rock, the first Down syndrome achievement center in the state. ​


Breanne Davis, pictured with her husbund John Paul, and their four children, Riley, Darby, Blaze, and Everly

Breanne was named the 2019 Arkansas Mother of the Year by American Mothers, Inc. and was the first woman in Arkansas’ history to give birth while serving in the state legislature.


Breanne and her husband, John-Paul, have been married for 16 years and live in Russellville with their four children Riley, Darby, Blaze, and Everly where they attend Fellowship Bible Church. 

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