Bridgette Craighead graduated from William Fleming High School and earned a cosmetology certificate from Paul Mitchell The School Roanoke. Craighead operates a cosmetology business and founded the Black Lives Matter chapter of Franklin County. She has also been accused of misdemeanor charges of abusive language.
Craighead aims to invest in community and economic development in small businesses, create jobs, and expand renewable energy.
Craighead supports improving access to quality and affordable healthcare and mental health resources.
Craighead supports fully funding public schools and implementing pre-K and vocational training programs.
Craighead seeks to improve broadband and transportation gaps to encourage more investment in the community.
Craighead looks to lower the cost of housing and expand childcare access.
Craighead aims to make communities safer by passing commonsense reforms.
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