Bob Ballinger is a practicing attorney licensed in Arkansas with an office in Berryville and Springdale, and is the owner and manager of a small title company. Bob lives in Hindsville, AR, is married to his wife Jessica and has six children ages 19 to 11 months.
In November of 2012 Bob was elected to the Arkansas State House of Representatives for District 97 which includes parts of Carroll, Madison, and Washington Counties.
In the House Bob serves on the Judiciary Committee, Agriculture, Forestry, and Economic Development Committee, Joint Performance Review Committee, Energy Committee, Parks and Tourism Committee, and is the chairman of the Juvenile Justice Committee. Bob is also the Caucus Judiciary Chair and the Second Amendment advisor for the Caucus.
Bob Ballinger graduated High School in Tulsa, OK and obtained his BA in Social Studies from Northeastern State University where he graduated magna cum laude, served as President, Phi Alpha Theta (historical honor society), and was a member of the Redman football team. After graduation Bob held an Oklahoma State Teacher Certification in Social Studies and taught and coached in Public Schools in Sapulpa, OK.
Bob completed his JD in December 2004 at the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville where he graduated with honors, was on Law Review, was a recipient of the Charles Thomas Pearson Fellowship for promoting professional ethics in the legal profession, and served as Executive V.P. of the Federalist Society.