Vote Mama Endorsement

Motherhood has looked many different ways for me over the past seven years.

In 2015 I parented Rosie from Children’s Hospital, learning to assess vital signs and administer medications.

In 2018 I parented as a stay-at-home mama when we adopted Beau a few years later.

In 2020 I parented them both while finishing grad school in the middle of a pandemic.

And today I’m parenting my kids while running for State Senate.

Motherhood is not only the foundation of my reason for running for office, it’s one of the most valuable experiences in my history that will make me a great Senator for my district. That’s why I’m thrilled to receive the endorsement of Vote Mama, an organization committed to helping moms get elected.

Vote Mama’s mission promotes policies that help working families thrive. According to Vote Mama, more moms in office would mean investing in childcare, paid family leave, health care, and public education— All issues I advocate for in this campaign.

Arkansas parents are face to face with the future of our state— our children. I am committed to changing the systems that affect kids and families so that our future can be brighter for generations to come.

Allison with her children, Rosie and Beau

It’s an honor to receive this endorsement from Vote Mama. Here’s to more of us in office!

With hope and determination,

PS- We need your help to continue this momentum and spread the message of Arkansas’s bright future. Will you take a moment to donate today? I’d be so grateful.

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