Republican Announces Bid for AR 4th Dist. Congress Seat

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (News release) - Randy Caldwell, a Batesville native, is officially seeking the Republican nomination for the U.S. Representative seat from Arkansas’s 4th Congressional District. 

Caldwell will face incumbent U.S. Representative Bruce Westerman in the Republican Primaries.  

In the video announcing his bid, Caldwell discussed what he’s seen during his life, traveling the country preaching the Word of God, which compelled him to come home to Arkansas and run for office.

“I’ve met people from all walks of life, and I’ve seen first-hand just how badly the federal government is failing the people. That’s why I’ve come home to Arkansas, to run for Congress in the fourth district,” Caldwell said.

During his comments, and through his website, Caldwell laid out eight core issues upon which he plans to focus: "Draining the swamp in Washington, fighting for traditional values, supporting veterans, defending the Second Amendment, fixing healthcare, securing our borders, ensuring a strong national defense, and standing with Israel." 

“I’m running for office because I think we can do better than the current state of affairs in our nation’s capital. In fact, I think we can actually make the federal government do its job,” Caldwell said.  

To learn more about Randy Caldwell visit

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