My years as a Walmart Store Manager afforded me the opportunity to meet and work with thousands of individuals from all walks of life, customers and Associates alike. That background taught me firsthand the importance of inclusiveness, and that value has all but disappeared from today's politics, both in Washington and Little Rock.
It's time for a change.
Simply put, I’m running because I want to make a difference. I believe strong public schools make strong communities, and I believe education should be valued as a lifelong process. I believe access to adequate healthcare should not be conditional on whether a person can afford to be sick, and I believe protecting its most vulnerable is the responsibility of every society. I believe a citizen legislature should be focused on improving the lives of all residents, regardless of ethnicity, language, religious beliefs, orientation, disability, or financial means. I believe a government that asks men and women in uniform to fight for a flag should be able to help them come home when that fight is done. I believe a state ranked second in gun ownership should lead the country in establishing common sense ownership laws that make point-of-sale decisions the responsibility of government, not retailers. I believe a state whose motto is ‘The Natural State’ should be moving full throttle to lead the nation in sustainability initiatives, not endangering our forests and waterways for private profit. And I believe a state settled by subsistence farmers and pioneers should be the first to step toward innovation, not the last.
That’s why I'm asking for your support: help me make a difference for Arkansas families. If everyone is willing to work hard and get their oars in the water, we can develop common sense policies that lift us all. Use your voice. Use your vote.
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Christopher Birch endorsed
“I endorse Christie Craig because she has the heart to make an excellent legislator.”
January 28, 2018