T.J. Fabby formally announces his second run for state representative. He will, once again, be seeking election to the District 10 seat currently held by Jim Pitts, who has been in office for 20 years.
Fabby had this to say about the upcoming race, “I truly believe that most of the folks in Ellis and western Henderson County would choose life, freedom and fiscal sanity if it was clearly marked on the ballot. I want to make sure that those things are on the ballot. We look forward to spreading this message of liberty, property rights, and honest limited government to even more voters this election season and continuing to ignite the brushfires of liberty in the hearts and minds of folks in our communities.”
At age 32, T.J. Fabby is a lifelong resident of Ellis County. He grew up in Ferris, Glenn Heights and Red Oak and he now lives on the outskirts of Waxahachie with his wife, Ashley, and two children, Jordyn & Jimi. T.J. & Ashley are the owners of two small businesses and they have been married for 9 years. They are active members of Freedom Fellowship International in Waxahachie.
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