Springfield, Missouri , United States
Aug 18, 2008 12:17am
|Info||Travis Maddox is the Constitution Party candidate for the US House of Representatives, 7th District Missouri. Travis is an ardent supporter of the Constitution and individual liberty. Travis considers himself personally and socially a conservative and politically a Constitutionalist. Travis believes that if our Nation held true to the Constitution that our Founding Fathers set forth it would benefit all political beliefs because it is fair to all people and allows the people on a more local level choose the direction of their government. Travis is a strong supporter of the rights guaranteed by God and reinforced in the Bill of Rights and stands for less government, less spending and our sovereignty as a nation. |
Travis Maddox has been involved in his local community and in politics from his teenage years. He has been very involved in the local church all his life. Travis has been an ardent supporter of the Constitution and has worked with groups and organizations to promote and restore our Nation to a Constitutional Republic.
Born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1978 and moving to Missouri at the age of 5, Travis has been brought up from the beginning believing in Christian principles and Individual Liberty. He has been involved since childhood with the Assemblies of God Royal Ranger program for boys. In 1995 he earned the highest achievement the program offers, The Gold Medal of Achievement. In doing so he received special Resolutions from the Missouri House and Senate due to this achievement. Travis went on in leadership in Royal Rangers in over seeing several Royal Ranger groups in the Springfield-Branson area and still volunteers in his local church.
Travis was home educated most of his school life graduating in 1996. In 2000 Travis began his Public Service career be enrolling in Springfield-Drury Police POST Certification Academy. Travis has worked as a Campus Security Supervisor and currently works in the Public Health and Safety field.
Travis began his interest in politics at the age of 14 and has been student of politics and the history of our Nation since. Travis began by being involved in gun-rights issues and volunteered in campaigning for conceal carry in Missouri. He has helped in donating history books to libraries and teaching children Missouri history. Travis worked as the Ballot Access Coordinator for the Constitution Party of Missouri, helping them petition and gain ballot access in Missouri. Travis currently donates his time as the Vice-Chairman of the Constitution Party of Missouri and is on its Executive Committee and as the Vice-Chairman of the Missouri Liberty Coalition.
Travis is the father of two young boys and currently resides in Springfield, Missouri.