Jack McFarland (politician)
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Jack McFarland Politician
Jack Gideon McFarland
Louisiana State Representative
for District 13 (Bienville, Jackson,
Ouachita, and Winn parishes)

January 2016
James R. Fannin
Personal details
Born (1969-11-18) November 18, 1969 (age 50)
Political partyRepublican
ResidenceWinnfield, Winn Parish, Louisiana, USA
OccupationPresident of McFarland Timber, Inc.

Jack Gideon McFarland (born November 18, 1969)[1] is a Republican member of the Louisiana House of Representatives for District 13, which encompasses Bienville, Jackson, Ouachita, and Winn parishes in north Louisiana. On January 11, 2016, McFarland succeeded outgoing Republican Representative James R. Fannin, who was elected to the District 35 seat in the Louisiana State Senate in the nonpartisan blanket primary held on October 24, 2015.

In that same primary, McFarland, with 7,719 votes (60.3 percent), defeated his Democratic opponent, Philip Lawrence, who polled 5,091 votes (39.7 percent).[2]

McFarland resides in Winnfield but has also lived in other Winn Parish communities, Calvin and Dodson and the Jackson Parish community of Chatam. He also has resided in Crossett, Arkansas. He is a former member of the Winn Parish Police Jury and the Police Jury Association of Louisiana.

Columnist Sam Hanna, Jr., of the Ouachita Citizen in West Monroe, said that he expects no opposition to McFarland in the nonpartisan blanket primary scheduled for October 12, 2019. Hanna contends that McFarland has "distinguished himself in his first term in the House as a straight-shooter."[3]


  1. ^ "Jack McFarland, November 1969". Louisiana Secretary of State. Retrieved 2015.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Results for Election Date: 10/24/2015". Louisiana Secretary of State. Retrieved 2015.
  3. ^ Sam Hanna, Jr., "Who Wants to Serve?", The Colfax Chronicle, January 31, 2019, p. 4.

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