John Paul Hammerschmidt
He served in the Air Force during the Second World War. 1966 won Hammerschmidt in the third constituency of Arkansas a seat in the House of Representatives for the Republican Party. He defeated the Democratic incumbent James William Trimble and was thus the first Republican since the era of Reconstruction, who moved to Arkansas House of Representatives. In 1974, Hammerschmidt his seat in parliament against the eventual 42nd U.S. President Bill Clinton with almost 6000 votes defend projection. In 1993, Hammerschmidt retired from the House of Representatives and political life. He distinguished himself during his term of office by his very conservative in social matters voting behavior. However, he was assigned to on an economic basis rather the liberal side.