Carter is a businessman not a career politician. His experience is diversified for the different needs in both rural and urban areas of Texas.
COVID has been a real game changer for Texas. We need strong leadership when transition happens to act quickly and be actively pursuing the sanctity of Texans' rights.
One of the things Craig has learned about expanding our boot stores and having over 50 employees now, is that we are not in the product business, we are in the PEOPLE business.
Craig Carter is 100% committed to helping the community. When the city wouldn't step up to pave a road for the safety of the community, Craig pushed it forward.
Craig Carter saved the old Nocona Boot Company factory building from being bulldozed. After saving it, Carter encountered a lot of unexpected blessings. The rural community was a stark experience compared to urban life.
Watch to see what Craig Carter is all about, and what motivated him to run for the Texas Senate District 30 in 2018. Watch and see why he is running again.
Craig Carter's job is to come in and serve his district through the Texas State House of Representatives. This is the same principle he uses in hiring employees and bringing on volunteers.
Grandpa Carter was Craig's mentor and major influencer. Grandpa Carter shaped Craig's results-driven attitude and worth ethic. Watch to see the whole story.
Opening statement from Craig Carter Sep 3rd, 2020 at Parker County Candidate Forum.
Carter and his wife Leigha started Old Boot Factory to help fund their Food Bank Hope 29:11 in 2017. Since then Carter has created over 100+ jobs.
"For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." - JEREMIAH 29:11
Carter has won the heart of his District. He knows what the rural communities are asking for and he is making it a top priority.
What really began my entrepreneurship career was the annual church garage sale that I poured myself into and helped raise around $250k every year. I learned all about the "art of the deal".
Life changing story of the FEMA lady, who inspired and helped others.
Over some time, I began to watch the people that would come through the food bank and it was evident to me what a huge effect drugs and a lack of jobs has on our rural communities. I knew I needed to keep providing food and assistance no matter what.
My first house project was a condemned 5,000 sq ft house in Bedford. I rescued the house despite popular opinion to bulldoze the property.
I was a youth pastor at Diamond Hill Baptist Church for about a year. A year later I took my journey on to behind the scenes of the church learning every facet of AV technology.
Craig Carter is running for Texas House District 68.
This all came together with the common vision to restore the building, creating jobs and changing our community.
During COVID, we did not have clear strong leadership saying exactly what needed to happen. It has been different for every county. There was a lot of confusion state wide.
The outside community is not connecting with that church, the pastor pulls me in and asks what can we do here?
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