JEREMY WOOLDRIDGE IS RUNNING FOR
STATE REPRESENTATIVE IN 2022
I am a Republican who understands the needs of District 1. As your representative, I will continuously advocate for my constituents, their needs, and the needs of our state. I will defend the unborn, and our small businesses; fighting regulations that threaten their success. It is imperative that we continue to protect our constitutional rights, support our school systems, and make wise financial decisions for our state. Legislators need to understand we can’t afford everything we want, and tough budget decisions must be made. It’s the responsibility of all elected officials to be good stewards of your tax dollars and represent you in a way that makes you proud. I want to be this person for the citizens of District 1, and I respectfully ask for your vote.
Jeremy earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a master’s degree in Social Work from Arkansas State University. He learned the value of hard work and customer service working his way through high school and college at Gazaway Lumber in Paragould. Jeremy has dedicated his life to serving others. He has spent the past 14 years providing mental health services to individuals and families in Northeast Arkansas, including supervising multiple locations in Greene and Clay Counties. In his current role as CEO of Crowley’s Ridge Development Council he has been fortunate enough to expand the area and scope by which he can serve Arkansans.
Jeremy’s faith, family, and community are of utmost importance to him. He currently represents District 10 as a member of the Greene County Quorum Court where he serves as Chairman of the Infrastructure & Public Works Committee and is a member of the Finance Committee. He serves as a Board Member for the Mission Outreach, Northeast Volunteer Fire/Rescue, and the Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association. He is also a Deacon at his church.
Jeremy has been married to his wife Stephanie for the past 10 years. They have two sons Jax (7) and Knox (2) who attend the Marmaduke School District.
Now more than ever, tough budget decisions must be made, and it is the responsibility of elected officials to be good stewards of our tax dollars. Inflation and excess government spending is out of control, and we must make wise financial decisions to protect our economy, communities, and families. It is time that our Government gets back to working for the people.
DEFENDER OF THE UNBORN
Each child is fearfully and wonderfully made, and as leaders, we must advocate for those who can’t defend themselves. We must stand up for the sanctity of every human life, especially those who are most vulnerable. I am undeniably pro-life and know that life is a gift from God that must be protected.
Small businesses are the heartbeat of our communities and are essential for our growth and success. I understand the strain that burdensome taxes and government overreach have on our businesses. It’s time for real, effective leaders to stand up to the unfair policies that threaten our businesses success.
The liberal left is trying daily to strip our constitutional right to keep and bear arms. As Americans, it is crucial that we protect what is ours, and maintain the liberties that our founders established over 200 years ago. I promise to uphold our deeply held values, because I know once we lose this right, we lose our freedom.
It is imperative that we continue to expand workforce opportunities across the state, implementing sound policy that moves our economy forward. It will be my priority to provide opportunities that create jobs and economic success for Northeast Arkansas and the rest of the state. Depending on government bailouts is not the answer.
Agriculture is Arkansas’ largest industry, and its continued success is crucial for our economy. I will be an advocate for our farmers, and work to keep Arkansas competitive in national and international markets. This industry is vital to our state, and I’m proud to support and protect the men and women who devote their lives to to providing for Arkansans.