Across the nation and the Lone Star State, citizens are demanding bold action on commonsense reforms. That’s why Texans for Fiscal Responsibility is endorsing Thomas McNutt in the Republican primary for Texas House District 8.
“Thomas McNutt is a bold champion for values and principles that Texans hold dear,” said TFR’s president, Michael Quinn Sullivan. “Thomas McNutt’s energy and excitement for good public policy is precisely what taxpayers are demanding. McNutt will fight against the cronyism and corruption that has infested the Texas House.”
McNutt is the vice president of the Collin Street Bakery, one of the mainstays of business and culture in Corsicana and the surrounding area. He is a graduate of Texas A&M and is challenging Byron Cook in the Republican primary.
Last session, Cook pushed driver’s permits for illegal aliens, voted to remove “mother” and “father” from birth certificates in order to facilitate homosexual adoptions, and killed Gov. Greg Abbott’s ethics reform agenda. Cook also assisted Democrats and public employee labor unions by stopping legislation that would have ended the collusion between governments and labor organizers in Texas.
Texans for Fiscal Responsibility (www.EmpowerTexans.com) is the largest grassroots organization in the state focused on state and local fiscal and governance policy issues. Endorsements are made in consultation with advisors, subscribers and supporters in each district.
“Texans are looking for reform-minded, no-nonsense candidates who will fight for their constituents rather than serve the corrupt crony-culture of Austin,” added Sullivan. “That’s why so many citizens in House District 8 are already supporting Thomas McNutt, and why we are proud to stand alongside them.”