Konni Burton

For Texas Senate District 10


Konni Burton


Konni Burton - Tea Party Supported Candidate for Texas Senate District 10 in the 2014 Elections

Posted December 5, 2013

Konni Burton for Texas State Senate District 10

Konni Burton
Republican for Texas Senate - District 10 Endorsed by TEAParty911.com Founder

Sulphur Springs, TX, December 5, 2013 -- In a surprise announcement today, TEAParty911.com’s founder, Michael Kinzie, announced his personal endorsement of Konni Burton for Texas Senate District 10 in Tarrant County.

Kinzie is known as someone who rarely gives his personal endorsement, reserving it for those candidates who have exhibited the strongest conservative conviction.

Kinzie endorsed Konni saying, “Konni Burton is a proven conservative fighter. Conservatives in Texas should all be rallying behind Konni Burton’s campaign. We have an opportunity to actually gain ground in a year that Democrats are attempting a resurgence. I’m excited to join so many of other conservative leaders in supporting Konni’s campaign.”

Konni Burton has announced a multitude of conservative endorsements, many from tea party and conservative leaders in District 10. Kinzie added his name to a long list of conservatives including State Representative Jonathan Stickland, Tim Lambert and many tea party and 9/12 leaders.

More endorsements are listed here: (http://konniburton.com/2013/08/tea-party-and-912-endorses-konni-burton/)

Kinzie concludes his statement with, “This seat is a must-win for conservatives and Konni Burton is the clear conservative choice. I look forward to campaigning for her this election cycle.”


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Madison Project PAC


December 4th 2013 
Contact: Luke Macias (210) ­259-­5053



Today the Konni Burton Campaign received the endorsement of Madison Project PAC, a political action committee dedicated to electing grassroots conservatives across the nation. This is their first endorsement in a Texas State Senate election. 

Drew Ryun, political director for Madison Project PAC said, “"Konni Burton has been investing in the grassroots in Texas for years. I was proud to work with her to elect Ted Cruz and I know she will stand on conservatives principles in the State Senate." - Drew Ryun, Madison Project PAC

Konni Burton commented on the endorsement saying, “It’s exciting to see grassroots leaders, activists and organizations jumping on board our campaign. I am overwhelmed by the amount of support our campaign continues to receive. Madison Project PAC is involved in many races far more important than mine and the fact that they took the time to involve their organization in our campaign is very exciting.”

Konni and her husband Phil reside in Colleyville and have two daughters. Tori is a Senior at Tarleton State University, and Faith is a Senior at Grapevine High School. Konni and her family are active members of Calvary Lutheran Church in Richland Hills. For more information, please visit www.konniburton.com



About Konni Burton


Konni is first and foremost a wife, a mom, and a life long Christian.

Born in Kerrville, she was raised in the small South Texas town of Banquete, consisting of little more than a school and a post office. Her father was the high school principal while her mother was the school secretary. After graduating, Konni attended the University of North Texas, where she graduated with a BBA in Marketing. That’s where she met Phil, her husband, also a graduate of UNT. Soon after Phil and Konni married, they moved to Tarrant County where Konni went to work for Olmstead-Kirk Paper Co. After several years, the drive to start her own business took over, and Konni opened her own wedding consulting business, Weddings Ltd.

During that period, Konni and Phil began their work with The Gladney Center for Adoption in Ft Worth. Konni volunteered her time and energy to the Center and held leadership positions on the Auxiliary Board. After their first daughter was placed in their arms, Konni decided to become a full time mother. Konni and Phil adopted their second daughter four and a half years later, also a “Gladney Baby”. The Burtons joined Calvary Lutheran Church in Richland Hills when they moved to Tarrant County. Konni has served on the Church Council, with her husband and children taking active roles in the church as well.

Before becoming heavily involved in Texas politics, Konni simply did her civic duty – voting in elections and working within her church and the community to make Texas a better place to live. But the last decade of out-of-control spending by Democrats and Republicans alike motivated Konni to take action.

Konni joined the NE Tarrant Tea Party and soon began serving on the Steering Committee. She was elected Vice President of the NETTP Board. Senator Dan Patrick formed a Tea Party Caucus preceding the 82nd legislative session, and Konni was asked to be on the Tea Party Caucus Advisory Committee. The committee was established to meet with legislators within the Caucus, holding them to account and promoting small government and fiscal responsibility. The Caucus and Advisory committee met during this last legislative session as well. Many Sunday afternoons have been spent traveling to and from the Capitol volunteering for this committee.

Last election cycle, Konni was deeply involved in local campaigns: walking precincts, donating money, and organizing events for conservative State Representatives Giovanni Capriglione, Matt Krause, Stephanie Klick and Jonathan Stickland. She also worked closely with national conservative organizations such as FreedomWorks and the Senate Conservative Fund. Konni was also a DFW grassroots leader for the Ted Cruz campaign, organizing get out the vote events and participating in press conferences supporting the Senator.

With the re-election of Barack Obama in November 2012, Konni began to reevaluate her role in politics. Texas families are under assault by Washington’s big government, excessive debt, and the resulting taxation. The state of Texas must refuse to follow the same path. Proposals in Austin to mimic Washington D.C. must be defeated. Konni is running for the Texas Senate to help Texas families combat government excess and have the freedom to achieve their own goals.

Konni and her family reside in Colleyville.


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