Cindy was born and raised in south St. Louis and has lived in Missouri most of her life. Married to Alan for 36 years, they have six children and 12 grandchildren. It’s for the love of those grandchildren and the concern over the legacy that they’ll inherit that’s moved Cindy to declare her candidacy on the Constitution Party ticket:
“For the first time in the history of our nation, our children do not live in a better world than we did, and the future of our grandchildren is even dimmer. It is imperative that each of us act now in our own spheres of influence to restore respect and honor among friends, neighbors and in our greater communities.
Every great work starts with small steps in the right direction. I want a brighter future for my children and grandchildren, and I am willing to take the steps to start that change."
Cindy recently retired from Providence Classical Christian Academy, where she served as the fourth grade teacher. She’s also a retired member of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union.
Her love of liberty and teaching led her to develop an eight week course, “Restoring the Foundations”, which she has taught since 2009. She also leads a monthly book discussion group, First Fridays.
Cindy became politically active in 1992 as a charter member of the Constitution Party of Missouri. Currently serving as the state party Vice-Chairwoman and
Director of Education, she also is a member of the National Executive Committee.
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"There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them."
Dr. Denis Waitley
Cindy Redburn for County Council - District 6
What is the use of being elected or re-elected, unless you stand for something?