Protesters told KARK they supported Governor Mike Beebe for governor and now it's his turn to support them.
Those passionate about fighting to keep Pulaski County Teacher's Unions in tact protested the Capitol Saturday.
They wanted to be clear, it is not about them wanting more money.
"Our contract was breached," said Brenda Robinson, both the Vice President of the Pulaski County Association of Classroom Teachers and a 6th grade teacher at Fuller Middle School. "All we want to do is go back to the table and negotiate."
The teachers said they asked their salaries stay the same.
Robinson and others wore band-aids on their faces to show the cuts they received in their working days.
"Working 192 to 190," said Robinson, "So that's a reduction in my salary.
Ammo the teachers used at the rally used to exemplify the district's mismanagement? The story KARK News 4 broke Tuesday showing the district threw away thousands of dollars worth of bad food.
"$75,000 in food going to waste is unreal," said PCSSD employee Margo Tenner.
"Having $75,000 worth of food and just let it ruin?" said Lillian Brents, "That is mismanagement at its worse."
They're asking Pulaski County Tax Payers who agree with them to join the cause.
"We want our voice to be heard and we want the public's voice to be heard as well," said Robinson.
Friday employees with the Pulaski County Special School District filed a lawsuit against the State.
Therefore Governor Mike Beebe's office said they are unable to comment.