September 29, 2010 EditionAlso in this issue...
Moseley seeking state seat
Moseley said his qualifications include work in county government and with the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce, along with many years of public service. He has a bachelor's degree in public administration and a master's degree in political science from Arkansas State University. He is currently a public school social studies teacher.
"With rising unemployment and a declining population in our area, there is no doubt that we are in a desperate need of new leadership and a new direction," said Moseley. "Real reform is needed in areas such as the economy, taxes/spending, healthcare, illegal immigration and education. This will happen as our community comes together to make a stand against the things that have been working against us.
"I want to help our community by bringing jobs to our community and reducing input costs on our farmers," he said. "I will work to reduce our tax burden by fighting to cut wasteful government spending. Doing this will not only help the citizens of Arkansas, but will make us more attractive to businesses."
Moseley said as an educator, he believes the state has allowed the problems with our education system to linger for far too long. "I will take the same drive and ambition I have used as a public school teacher to the State House to combat those educational policies that have proven ineffective.
"Taking these issues head on will bring jobs to our area" said Moseley. "My ultimate goal is to make this community a better place for our children.
"I hope the voters of District 73 will recognize my Christian conservative values, be open to my ideas and see me as the person who can bring a positive difference to our area."
For more information or to contact Moseley, go to www.chadmoseley.com, call 886-3663 or e-mail email@example.com
A meet and greet fund-raiser will be held Saturday at 116 W. Main St. in Walnut Ridge from 2-4 p.m.