Clyde C. Holloway (born November 28, 1943) is a small businessman from Forest Hill, Louisiana, who was a staunchly conservative Republican congressman from central Louisiana between 1987 and 1993. Although he won three consecutive elections to the U.S. Congress from a historically Democratic district, he has lost eight elections, six consecutively, in his public career and is frequently now considered a perennial candidate for office.
Holloway was born in the small town of Lecompte (pronounced LEH COUNT) in Rapides Parish. He has spent most of his life in Forest Hill, Louisiana, located south of Alexandria. He attended the National Aeronautics School in Kansas City, Kansas. He owns a tree and shrub nursery in Forest Hill. He is also the chairman of the board of the private Forest Hill Neighborhood School.