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This contribution is for a campaign in the state of Oklahoma and is freely and voluntarily given from my personal property.
I have not, directly, or indirectly been compensated or reimbursed for the contribution.
I believe the #1 priority for our tax dollars should be to provide for our core services - schools, roads, and public safety.
I believe small businesses are the backbone of our economy.
I believe ours is not a problem of not enough resources, but rather a problem of waste and inefficiency. The role of our government isn’t to be all things to all people and it is past time we stop trying to be.
I believe we must continue to strive for excellence in our schools. We need to hold our schools, our teachers, our parents, and most importantly our children accountable for their education. I believe this is best achieved by promoting local control of our schools and by allowing teachers, administrators, and parents a strong voice in the way in which we educate our children.
I believe in protecting our second amendment rights and will fight any infringement of that right by our federal government and outside interest groups.
I believe that life begins at conception and I’m 100% pro-life.
I believe in the people of Oklahoma. I believe our best days are ahead of us and that the status quo isn’t good enough.
It may sound cliché but it’s true. Like every parent, I want the best for my children and I believe for them to have the best chance at success they need to live in a state that is financially secure with traditional family values.
Chad has served as the Executive Director of Hospice Circle of Love since 2009. Prior to Circle of Love, Chad worked with the University of Oklahoma Athletic Department, Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids Foundation, and Frantz Insurance Agency.
Serves on the Board of Directors for several non-profit agencies.
Chad and Hallie Caldwell have been married for 20 years. Chad grew up in Colorado, while Hallie, the daughter of long-time Enid residents Doug & Dianne Frantz, is a native of Enid.
Chad and his family attend church at Sojourn Enid.
They have three children: sixteen-year-old twins and a fourteen-year-old daughter.
Making Oklahoma Better TOGETHER