Candidate Stephen Broden (TX-30) On NRCC's Radar
by TexasGOPVote on October 14, 2010 at 5:38 PM
The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) just announced that Republican Candidate for Texas Congressional District 30 Stephen Broden is officially "on the radar" and moving toward "Young Gun" status.
“The NRCC is committed to working with Stephen Broden as he continues to meet the rigorous goals of the Young Guns program,” said NRCC Chairman Pete Sessions (R-TX). “Stephen is an accomplished, independent leader who will fight to create jobs and rein in government spending. I am confident that we will be successful in our efforts to win this seat and add it to the Republican column in November"
As part of this program, Republican candidates throughout the United States will work hard for victory next November and we will post updates on their races, their achievements and their status as a Young Gun.
Stephen Broden is running against longtime Democratic incumbent Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson. EB Johnson must go! Not only is she currently caught in the middle of unethical scholarship scandal, but it was recently discovered that The Socialist Party of America listed Eddie Bernice Johnson as a member of its Caucus.
Why keep a person like this around to represent Texas in Congress when a candidate like Pastor Stephen Broden is ready to lead the district?
An outspoken advocate for economic opportunity, quality education, and respect for life in the Fair Park and South Dallas areas, Broden founded the Fair Park Bible Fellowship Church in 1987. He serves as Senior Pastor of the Church and is also President of the Fair Park Friendship Center. A small business owner, Broden’s extensive business background includes ten years in the private sector in the Human Resources department at Atlantic-Richfield Company, owning several local area car-wash facilities, and working as a newscaster, disc jockey and radio broadcaster. He currently works as a co-host on a radio talk show on KSKY 660 AM, Life and Liberty, and as a radio broadcaster of One-Minute “thought of the day” commentaries on that station. Broden has been actively involved in the pro-life movement since 1983 and is the chief spokesperson for the black pro-life movement in Dallas. Highlighting Johnson’s ethical lapses, The Dallas Morning News recently endorsed Broden, writing that “the constituents of this mostly southern Dallas district deserve better.”