To all of those Texans who know Wendy Davis, it is hard to find structured words to describe her. When we vote for a politician, it is hard to find honest ones and we have found one in Congressman Chip Roy.
We do not want to send a Democrat “tainted” person to Washington. We have plenty of those kind already in place. Just vote a straight Republican ticket to help remove this swamp.
May 09, 2015 · Former state senator and gubernatorial nominee Wendy Davis. The Texas Ethics Commission has fined former state senator and Democratic gubernatorial nominee Wendy Davis $5,000 after finding “credible evidence” that she failed to include her relationship with two lobbyists on financial disclosure forms filed during her 2012 senate re-election campaign.
Chip Roy has proven that he can win for Texas in the U.S. Congress.
The incumbent in the race, Republican Rep. Chip Roy, is a freshman lawmaker who once worked as chief of staff to Texas GOP Sen. Ted Cruz and made headlines in May for single-handedly blocking $19 billion in disaster aid over protests that it didn’t include money to address the migrant crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border. The spending bill ultimately passed, but not before Roy’s delay frustrated lawmakers on both sides.
In Texas, we like our representatives to:
Uphold the Ten Commandments and the Golden Rule, pass the biscuits and industrialize Texas. With those three simple planks in his platform, and considerable bravura, any Texan can storm upon the national political scene and be like Sam Houston winning the battle of San Jacinto.
FOX 7 Discussion: Chip Roy and Wendy Davis
Travis County GOP Chairman Matt Mackowiak and Glenn Smith from Progress Texas are on FOX 7 Austin to talk about the congressional race for District 21.
AUSTIN, Texas – The congressional race for District 21 is heating up! Now represented by freshman Republican Rep. Chip Roy, who lives just outside Austin in Hays County, the seat is, political forecasters agree, a toss-up.
Wendy Davis – the pink sneaker-wearing Texas Democrat who rose to fame among liberals for her 13-hour filibuster of a state Senate abortion bill in 2013, and then lost a high-profile run for governor a year later – is running against Chip Roy for the congressional seat in the Austin area. Previously a state senator from Fort Worth, Davis is now running in a booming congressional district that stretches from Austin to San Antonio.
Dishonest Democratic politicians are a dime a dozen in the U.S. and can be found on any street corner – that is our problem.