Hard-working, energetic grassroots leaders who have a consistent conservative compass, the courage to make the right decision, even when it’s hard, and who are so personally grounded by their faith so as to not be seduced by the appearances and trappings of power are the soul of our party. Lynette meets this test in spades. With great enthusiasm I wish her well and lend her my support in her campaign. The folks of Parker County precinct 400 will be well served by her leadership.
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HURST — Former Texas Railroad Commissioner Michael Williams announced Friday night that he will run for the new U.S. House District 33 — which stretches from Arlington to Parker County — instead of the U.S. Senate.
Williams’ announcement during the Tarrant County Reagan Centennial Dinner at the Hurst Conference Center drew a standing ovation. Continue reading →
Sponsored by Dawn King, Lynette McCracken and the legitimate Parker County Tea Party
by Terry Lehmann
Michael Williams, candidate for US Senate spoke at a lunch for several conservative residents of Parker County. He gave a good glimpse to who he was and how his life has brought him to this time where he wants to go back to Washington to represent the people of Texas.
Mr. Williams not only told the crowd that there was a need to cut spending but gave examples of areas that he would like to see cut. One of the departments he would like to see cut is the Department of Education. He explained that before there was a Department of Education the states were able to educate our children and the states could do it again. Continue reading →
Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas – Michael Williams, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate & former Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission, the agency that oversees the state’s vital oil and gas industry, today criticized the Obama administration for siding with a common lizard over Texas jobs and American energy.“This federal government is completely out of control in yet another arena. Continue reading →