Rep. Fredrick J. Love of Little Rock is serving his third term in the Arkansas House of Representatives. He represents District 29, which includes part of Pulaski County.
For the 90th General Assembly, he serves on the Joint Budget Committee, the committee on Public Health, Welfare and Labor, the committee on Insurance and Commerce, the Joint Committee on Advanced Communications and Information Technology, and the Legislative Joint Auditing Committee.
For the 89th General Assembly, he served on the committee on Public Health, Welfare and Labor, the committee on Insurance and Commerce, the Joint Committee on Advanced Communications and Information Technology, and the Joint Budget Committee.
For the 88th General Assembly, he served on the committee on Revenue and Taxation, where he chaired the Personal and Corporate Income Taxes Subcommittee. He also served on the committee on Agriculture, Forestry and Economic Development, and the Public School Desegregation Lawsuit Resolution Task Force.
A graduate of Joe T. Robinson High School, he earned a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's degree in public health from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He is currently working toward completion of a doctorate degree in public health.
Rep. Love works as a grants administrator for Pulaski County. He is vice chair of the Young Black Professionals of Arkansas. He has served on the Pulaski County Child and Youth Services Advisory Board, where he is parliamentarian, and the Little Rock Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission, where he is education committee chair. In addition, he is a worshipful master with the Prince Hall Masonic Order.
He and his wife, ShaRhonda, attend the Methodist Church. They have a young son.