Ozark, Ark – Representative Sarah Capp announced her intent to seek a third term in the Arkansas House Representatives. Representing Franklin, Madison, and Crawford counties since 2017, Capp became the third female legislator to chair the important House Rules committee.
“There is no higher honor than public service, and for that I am eternally grateful for the people of District 82 trusting me these last four years,” said Capp. “I hope to continue fighting for District 82’s hometown values in the legislature. Our district is rich with opportunity and the grit and determination to accomplish remarkable things. I vow to continue doing my part in the state capitol.”
Sarah Capp is a small business owner operating a law firm in Ozark, AR. She is a graduate of the UALR School of Law in Little Rock. She graduated magna cum laude from Murray State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. Sarah has served as a Special Justice for the Arkansas Supreme Court and was appointed by Governor Asa Hutchison to the Arkansas Development and Finance Administration Board of Directors. Sarah currently serves on the Arkansas Access to Justice Foundation Board and was the past President of Beta Sigma Phi, past President of Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization for the River Valley Area, a member of the Ozark Area Chamber of Commerce, the Arkansas Bar Association and was a 2013 and 2018 Nominee for Small Business of the Year (Ozark Area Chamber of Commerce). Sarah’s private practice primarily focuses on family law and she has spent over a decade representing children in juvenile court. Sarah is a member of First United Methodist Church in Ozark.
Sarah has been married to her husband, Eric for 15 years. They have two children together, a son, age 11 and a daughter, age 8.