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Texas Attorney General Election
Texas Attorney General Candidate Dan Branch upset many conservatives yesterday over something that he retweeted on Twitter. Given the current standstill in Washington, the post from Branch seemed to imply that conservatives, like Ted Cruz, should not stand so strongly against Obamacare.
I suppose I am not surprised. Dan Branch has a long record of teaming up with Democrats to oppose the majority of Republicans and conservatives during his time in the Texas Legislature. That man canNOT become our next Texas Attorney General. He will compromise with Obama in court instead of fighting tooth and nail against him. Read more »
Paxton and Branch Missed Hundreds of Votes in Legislature – Texas Needs a Full Time Attorney General
Texas deserves a full-time, dedicated Attorney General who shows up to work everyday. Candidates Ken Paxton and Dan Branch have missed SEVERAL HUNDRED votes each during their 6 sessions in the Texas Legislature. That shows a severe lack of the leadership that is required to run the Office of the Attorney General, the second largest state agency in Texas. Read more »
Barry Smitherman, Texas Attorney General Candidate, and current chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission, is one of the STRONGEST opponents of abortion I have ever met. He is strongly pro-life and would vigorously defend the rights of the unborn as well as the pro-life laws in Texas. Texas Right to Life seems to agree as they have just enthusiastically endorsed Barry Smitherman.
Barry Smitherman saved Texas Taxpayers OVER $130 MILLION – Slashed Spending, Cut Budgets – Attorney General Race Update
If you want to know what a fiscally conservative leader looks like, look no further than Texas Attorney General Candidate Barry Smitherman. As Chairman of Texas Public Utilities and the Railroad Commission, Barry Smitherman spent DOUBLE DIGIT percentages UNDER BUDGET and gave over 130 million dollars back to the State of Texas. (See facts and numbers below.)
Regardless of who you are or which candidate you support for the 2014 Texas Attorney General election, Smitherman’s conservative spending record is IMPRESSIVE! Read more »
In 2013, Texas Attorney General candidate Barry Smitherman REJECTED a budget increase for his personal government office while candidates Ken Paxton and Dan Branch APPROVED a budget increase for their personal government offices.
Families in Texas are having to tighten their belts. Gas is not going down, health care expenses are skyrocketing, appraisals and local taxes are rising. Texans have to be more conservative and cannot just vote to give ourselves more money for our household. We expect the government to tighten its belt too. Read more »
The following is a press release from the Barry Smitherman campaign:
TYLER – Barry Smitherman, conservative Republican candidate for Attorney General, was the clear winner in last week’s candidate forum. Smitherman’s record of conservative accomplishments and his vision to lead in the Attorney General’s office won over the crowd.
While Paxton partisans had hosted the event, his late arrival left supporters restless. Read more »
Barry Smitherman: Texas Preparing for Sovereignty if U.S. Falls Apart – Attorney General Race Update
In an interview with WND’s John Griffing, Texas Railroad Commission Chairman, and Texas Attorney General Candidate, Barry Smitherman, said that Texas is preparing to survive as an independent nation if the U.S. falls apart. Smitherman simply wants us to be ready in case the time comes when Texas is on her own without the federal government. Read more »
AG Candidate Barry Smitherman Discusses Energy, Border Security, and the 2nd Amendment (Video Interview)
The race to replace Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, who is now running to be Governor of Texas, is certainly becoming one of the most interesting races for Republican voters in the 2014 Primary. It is imperative that we select an Attorney General for Texas who is well-equipped to take on an increasingly over-reaching federal government and protect the liberty and economy of Texas and Texans. One of the candidates for this position is the current chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission, Barry Smitherman from Houston, Texas. Read more »