Once in a great while a good man comes along and runs for office for the RIGHT reasons. Bob Hall is one of those rare individuals. Bob personifies leadership, principle and courage. We in the electorate will not have to guess about the way or motivation for his votes. He will cast his votes based on God’s Commandments and what is good for Texans– We will have a man who will defend Texas and Texans for now and future generations. Bob continues to have my full and enthusiastic endorsement.
Michael Kinzie Founder, TeaParty911.com
TX HD 2 Representative Bryan Slaton
Bryan Slaton, “As a bold and brave Christian-Conservative, I will stand up to Government abuse, constant overstepping and the over all burden it places on the taxpayer. I want to help give the people of Texas the Government they are calling for and deserve. We must stand up and elect someone who will represent HD2 as we seek to advance liberty and our way of life against the establishment in Austin.”
Bryan Slaton Endorsement 2021
I have endorsed many who ended up being a disappointment once elected to office. Bryan Slaton is not among those. Representative Slaton remained true to his principles and stood his ground in the face of opposition and that opposition was substantial.
During his first term in office, Bryan Slaton was a champion for the unborn, a staunch supporter of property tax reform, introduced legislation to finish building the border wall in Texas, strongly opposed lockdowns and mandates related to COVID, was a protector of Texas monuments, and the list goes on and on.
Therefore, I proudly and wholeheartedly re-endorse Bryan Slaton in his bid for reelection as Representative of Texas House District 2.
Michael Kinzie – TEAParty911.com Founder
Bryan Slaton is an endorsed candidate of TEAParty911.com.
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