Common Sense for Common Ground
ARKANSAS HOUSE DISTRICT 25 HAS CHANGED!
Caitlin Oxford with
Rep. Denise Garner.
All districts in Arkansas were redrawn after the 2020 Census. A large portion of what is now District 25 was formerly District 84. Because of this change, Representative Denise Garner no longer serves this area.
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I am Caitlin Tannehill Oxford.
I’m a wife, mother of 5, sister, friend, and Nona to a beautiful granddaughter. I graduated from Elkins High School and attended the University of Arkansas. After leaving a major corporate transportation industry position to focus on family, I have owned and operated my own business for the past 17 years helping other families in need. I have worked countless hours over the past 16 years volunteering in my children’s schools being actively involved in their learning. Over the years, I have served as PTO President, volunteered on several school committees to help improve our schools, coached softball and soccer, led Girl Scout troops, helped with Boy Scouts, and advocated for masks and vaccinations to help control the spread of the virus during the pandemic.
With the foundation of my faith and at the urging of my community members, I am pushed…I mean, pulled…to step up and serve us better. Ephesians 2:10
I am now running for Arkansas State Representative District 25.
I will work for the people. ALL the people, because elected officials represent ALL of us, regardless of different views and political affiliation.
I am the voice that brings common sense for common ground.
Those that know me, know the head on my shoulders. I will not parrot national parties, vote blindly along party lines, or entertain distractions by special interest groups. I will support policies that benefit YOU and ALL the families in OUR community. That’s what our community is all about.
Caitlin was born & raised in the Fayetteville/Elkins area. She is the daughter of Jon & Mary Tannehill. Kyle is a small-scale, non-industrial farmer essential to local food security as a vendor at Farmer's Markets in the area and who proudly holds an
Industrial Maintenance degree.
Caitlin and her husband, Kyle, met when they were 10 years old at North Street Church of Christ in Fayetteville. They are a family of seven to Lily, Emma, Roan, Klint, and Karis. Together they are Nona & Peepa to their beautiful granddaughter, Stella.
The family lives together on Caitlin’s childhood farm outside of Elkins and provides assistance for her retired parents. They also own and work a farm in Goshen, where Kyle grew up on the multigenerational land of Oxford Bend. Together, they raise cattle, goats, chickens, ducks, and host a farmhouse Airbnb.
Common Sense for Common Ground.
Arkansans know what Arkansas needs.
We need elected officials who will listen to the people they represent and not pre-written talking points handed to them by a political party. Our country is divided more than ever. We need to work together to focus on the actual needs of Arkansans, not distractions or fake problems created by others.
We need common sense for common ground.
My mother served as a public school teacher in Elkins, Winslow and Fayetteville for 26 years. Her love and dedication to children receiving public education have influenced me over the years. Heavy involvement in my children's schools has given me critical insight into the public school system.
I will loudly fight against defunding our public schools!
Our children deserve a good education in a safe environment. I graduated from a rural public school. All of my children have attended public schools. I will fight for higher teacher pay, increased benefits, and more incentives for
paraprofessionals and bus drivers.
Arkansans work hard.
We deserve to have affordable, quality health care and prescription drug coverage. I support services that address mental health and homelessness, substance abuse, home health services, and children's healthcare.
Our Arkansas doctors and nurses have worked so hard for us during the pandemic.
I will support policies that support them.