Kris L. Todd

Kris L. Todd for Senate 2018


Lifelong Tennessean

Public school educator

serving the community

Kris is a lifelong resident of Tennessee. He was raised in Medina, a small rural community in West Tennessee,
attended public schools and graduated from Gibson County High School. Kris received his Bachelor’s Degree from
Lambuth College in Jackson, a Masters’ Degree from the University of Tennessee at Martin, and completed further
graduate work from Cumberland University.

Kris served 30 years in Tennessee public schools as a teacher and coach, an Assistant Principal, a Principal, and school
district supervisor. In June of 2017 Kris retired, but continues serving in public schools as a volunteer middle school
football coach.

Kris’ service to the community has not been limited to the public education field. Kris has served as a volunteer fire
fighter for the Gibson County Fire Department since 2006 and as an AEMT for Gibson County EMS since 2014. He
now serves as the Training Officer and volunteer firefighter for the Milan Fire Department.

Kris' Pledge

The biggest reason I am running for the US Senate is that I love Tennessee and I am really concerned about our nation.  With the technological resources that are available, and has been available for some time, our elected officials should be constantly seeking feedback from their constituents on every issue.  If elected, my office will be committed to doing just that on each issue that is brought before the US Senate.  That is my pledge to the citizens of Tennessee.

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My Non-negotiables

I can never support abortion.

Our federal government must always protect the states' rights.

We have to protect our Constitution and its amendments.

We have to strengthen/enhance our military.

Three specific groups that we have to take care of: 1) Our veterans; 2) Our Seniors; and 3) Our local First Responders (Fire, EMS, and Law Enforcement).