Featured Voice of the Texas GOP: Bob Price
by TexasGOPVote on January 4, 2012 at 3:49 PM
Bob Price is a political analyst and commentator for TexasGOPVote.com. He began writing about issues related to border security and illegal immigration but has since expanded to cover stories of local, state and national interest from a Conservative Texas Perspective. He also volunteers with US Border Watch, a civilian volunteer border security organization, as Communications Director. He has been with USBW for over four years.
Price is also a regular political commentator on Houston's Fox 26 and KHOU, Houston Channel 11 where he regularly debates on a wide variety of political issues. He is frequently asked to speak to organizations on the topic of border security, immigration reform and 2nd Amendment issues.
He is a US Air Force veteran, having served overseas during the Cold War and is a retired Lt. Col. from the US Air Force Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol where he served in command, public relations, emergency services and youth education capacities.
In corporate life, Mr. Price serves as vice president of Novum Solutions, Inc; a Houston based manufacturing company best known for its Blue Wonder Gun Care Products and Novum APR Advanced Pain Relief brands. Novum also manufactures private label product for Connecticut Valley Arms, Bass Assassin Fishing Lures and Point Blank Body Armor. He is also an Independent Brand Partner for Nerium Age Defying skin care products.
Mr. Price has one child, two grand‐children and 5 step‐children. He attended Blinn College in Brenham Texas and the University of Maryland, majoring in business management. He is a member of Unity Church of Christianity in Houston, Texas.
Follow more of Price's writing and commentary at BobPrice.com.
“Ronald Reagan believed winning elections is not about a popularity contest, but rather winning the battle of ideas. To win on this battlefield we must be cognitive that the tone of our message is as important at its content. We will guard against harsh rhetoric that drives people away from our candidates and issues. We will find real solutions and not accept palliative proposals. 2012 will be a great year for Conservatives in Texas and across America.”