Bi-Partisan First Responders Back Pro-Business Democrat
ARLINGTON – Citing his commitment to public safety, the Arlington Professional Firefighters announced that it is backing Cole Ballweg for State Representative in House District 94. “Cole Ballweg’s commitment to public safety and Continue Reading..
My opponent, Tony Tinderholt, has been less than honest with voters. Mr. Tinderholt has been misleading voters about his resume, claiming to be a Corporate Vice President of Education at Ancora, a position he has not held in more than seven Continue Reading..
Over the past few days, Tony Tinderholt has reminded us, yet again, that he intends to run a campaign based on angry rhetoric devoid of substance, or as it turns out, even 30 seconds of research. Mr. Tinderholt, my District 94 opponent, took a trip to the border region over Continue Reading..
A longtime observer of Texas politics, Paul Burka, wrote that the Republican Party platform that came out of their convention “ignores the legitimate needs of the state.” I couldn’t agree more. What we saw was a classic case of inmates running the asylum, and Continue Reading..
Let me get this out of the way: I don’t have a problem with “Open Carry”. My priority is to keep guns out of the hands of people who do not follow the law or are mentally ill. Those people can easily obtain a gun with no background check Continue Reading..
I voted YES in the Arlington ISD bond election. This will serve as my first recorded vote in an election where no incumbent has to answer for a legislative record. My opponent likes to post things about his support for teachers on Facebook, but he Continue Reading..
The Arlington City Council is a conservative group. They have been excellent stewards of taxpayer funds, achieving high credit ratings while building a sizable surplus. In addition to sensible fiscal policy, the people of Arlington also expect the Continue Reading..
In politics, most major issues divide us right down the middle. Liberals want more, conservatives want less, and we end up with something in between. Every once in a while we get what can be called “easy” issues: honoring a veteran with a special decree or Continue Reading..