Chris Beller is running for State Representative in 2022

I’m running for state representative to protect the values we hold dear; the right to life, our right to bear arms, the right for small businesses to be free from burdensome regulations, and the right of parents to shape their children’s education. My family’s roots are deep in this district and as state representative, I will fight with all I have to protect our local communities. I will continue to give back to this region, promoting economic growth that creates job opportunities and improves the quality of life for North Arkansas

Chris Beller is an Independence County native and a 1991 Batesville High School graduate who continued his education at Lyon College, and the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry. He was a paramedic and volunteer fireman prior to joining his father’s dental practice in 2003.

Beller has been an active member in the community, having served on the Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce, Batesville Public Facilities Board, Batesville Preservation Association, Batesville City Council, Batesville Parks and Recreation Commission, Vital Link ambulance service board, NEA Dental Society board, Lyon College Board of Trustees, and Independence County Economic Development Foundation. More recently, he has taken on the role of cattle farmer, becoming a member of the Arkansas Cattleman’s Association in 2018. 

Chris and his wife Jo have two children and two young grandchildren. They are members at Central United Methodist Church in Batesville. Beller has devoted years to serving the community around him and hopes to continue that as Representative for District 28. 

Filing Day! This has been the most prayerful decision of my life and I’m happy to share it with you.

I took a step this week that I never imagined I would. I filed to be on the ballot for State Representative District 28 covering portions of Independence, Stone, Lawrence, and Sharp Counties! We have been on the campaign trail already, and I am excited to get out and meet more people as we continue to campaign.

I believe this can be the most dynamic economic area in the state. I want to be your Representative, I want to be your voice at the Capitol, and I want be a part of the exiting things that are going to be happening in our part of the state.

As a state and a nation, we face important issues that will affect or families, businesses, and our future. The state of Arkansas is on the verge of significant changes economically, educationally, and how government provides services to its citizens. Some of these changes have been brought on by Covid-19 and others by major changes in technology. I want to be involved, represent you, and shape how these changes are made.

I have deep family roots in this district, and lots of friends and patients as well. I want to serve this entire district as I serve my family, my patients, and my God. I have a vested interest in making sure this district is represented fully and with a strong voice.

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Let’s do this!!!

Republican primary is May 24th!