Chris Bequette Challenges Rapert and Webb toLincoln-Douglas Debate Series Across Arkansas


“Today, I am challenging Jason Rapert and Doyle Webb each to a series of 5 to 10 Lincoln-Douglas style debates to be hosted by Republican County Committees or similar Republican Party-affiliated groups. Republican voters deserve to be fully informed about the candidates they might vote for. The format and the number of events will benefit voters greatly by allowing them to contrast, compare, scrutinize and examine the candidates’ political records and visions for State Government.”

“I have been quite clear that my vision for Arkansas is to finally cut and dismantle the Democrat Party version of State Government that still exists and finally, put in place the winning Republican version of State Government. For the good of Arkansas and Republican voters, I look forward to a robust series of debates with Jason Rapert and Doyle Webb and an in-depth discussion of the issues that matter most in the daily lives of all Arkansans.”

About Chris Bequette: 
Chris Bequette was born in Missouri, but his first adult decision was to attend the alma mater of his Mom and Dad, the University of Arkansas. As a second-generation Razorback football player, Chris redshirted in 1983, before helping Arkansas achieve a 35-13-1 record from 1984-1987, and appear in 4 straight bowl games, including the Orange Bowl. Chris competed as a defensive tackle (1984) and offensive guard and tackle (1985-1987), lettering four years, starting in thirty-seven consecutive games and was voted one of four team captains in 1987. Chris earned his undergraduate degree in three years and played his last two seasons for the Razorbacks while attending law school, graduating in 1989. He is licensed to practice law in Arkansas and Missouri.

After coaching football for two seasons at Appalachian State University, Chris returned to Arkansas to work as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Little Rock from 1993-1995, trying over thirty jury trials, including a number of murder and violent crime cases. In late 1995, Chris entered the financial services industry. Since 2007 he has been the owner of a wealth management practice helping individuals and families win financially through financial education, planning and investment management services. Chris lives in Little Rock and is a longtime member of the Cathedral of St. Andrew and has been engaged in various charitable endeavors including the Knights of Columbus. Chris has one son, Luc, who is playing his final college football season in the PAC-12 Conference.

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