FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Aril 20, 2012
CONTACT: Chairman Dave Nalle at 512-656-8011 or email@example.com
Republican Liberty Caucus Endorses T. J. Fabby in Texas House District 10
Fabby will bring the kind of principled conservative leadership we need so badly in Austin
AUSTIN, TX - The Republican Liberty Caucus of Texas is pleased to announce the unanimous vote of its board to endorse T. J. Fabby in the Republican primary in Texas House District 10. Fabby is an outstanding candidate who represents the principles of limited government and individual liberty which are the foundation of the Republican Party and to which the Republican Liberty Caucus is dedicated.
“Voters in Texas are starting to realize that our state will go the way of California and Michigan if we continue to elect legislators who cannot control spending or the growth of government. No state can survive when both parties promote more government at the cost of our liberties,” said RLC State Secretary Dave Nalle. “T. J. Fabby represents the new direction of American politics, with personal integrity, a dedication to the best interests of the people and a firm belief in constitutionally limited government. He is exactly the kind of representative we need more of here in Austin.”
“T. J. Fabby will stand up for the sovereignty of our state and the rights of its citizens against the big government forces in Washington DC and in Austin,” observed RLC Director Aaron Alghawi of College Station. “He will take up the serious challenge of putting our state government back on track and ending the era of bailouts and blank checks.”
Following on the election of great new House members like David Simpson and Jason Isaac in 2010 the Republican Liberty Caucus of Texas has a goal of sending at least a dozen more principled, pro-liberty conservatives to the legislature in this election. With a larger core of newly elected, principled representatives in Austin we can swing the debate away from the big government status quo and towards putting the best interests of the people first.
Texas Republicans want more and better service from our legislature. We are taking action because we can’t continue to sit idly by and let a a corrupt culture of incumbency lead us down the road to ruin. We will be the vanguard of a renewed Republican Party for a stronger, more prosperous and more free Texas.
Founded in 1991, the Republican Liberty Caucus is a nationwide grassroots organization which promotes individual liberty and limited government within the Republican Party. You can find more information about the Republican Liberty Caucus at www.rlc.org