U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) announced Wednesday that his Little Rock office has a new constituent service representative. Brady Cross of Bryant joined the senator’s staff to assist with veteran healthcare, education and other issues important to Arkansans.
“I am very humbled and honored for the opportunity to join Senator Boozman’s team to serve the citizens of our great state. The senator is well-known for helping Arkansans and I’m excited to support this work and assist constituents with navigating federal agencies to make sure their needs are met,” Cross said.
“Brady has excellent experience serving Arkansans and I’m pleased to have him join our team. His knowledge of the state and passion for helping people will be a great asset as we continue to provide the best possible constituent service,” Boozman said.
As a constituent service representative, Cross helps Arkansans who contact the senator regarding problems they’re experiencing with federal agencies. He also serves as an initial point of contact for constituents in central Arkansas who share their thoughts on legislative policies before Congress.
Prior to joining Boozman’s staff, Cross worked in the Public Engagement Office for Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson and interned for Lt. Governor Tim Griffin.
Cross is a 2017 graduate of Harmony Grove High School and a 2020 graduate of the University of Arkansas – Little Rock where he earned a bachelor’s degree in political science. He is the son of Carlton and Tracy Cross of Pine Bluff.
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