In municipal elections, it is not necessary to disclose your party affiliation. Most people have advised me not to share anything about my voting record. Perhaps, but that is the safe thing to do, not the transparent thing to do. As a City Councilman, I would work with a wide array of people in the culturally diverse areas of District 7. From the predominately Democrat citizens of Como to the staunch Republicans in the Northwest and the Independents in between.
Whether a District 7 resident is African-American, Hispanic, White, Asian; be they rich or poor; Christian, Muslim or Jewish; a City Councilman must serve everyone equally.
This past week in Como, when I addressed the residents in a forum, I shared with them my voting record as a Strong Republican, as well as my political push card. As diverse a political and cultural spectrum, voters like the transparency and the message:
- Be Honest
- Be Respectful
- Don’t Schmooze the Issues
- The campaign message: Business 101: Don’t Spend More Than You Make. Let’s Get Fort Worth Government to Think Like a Business.
If you don’t like the big budget deficit, easy eminent domain, air quality questions or paying more in hidden taxes then help me Take Back Fort Worth. Vote.
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Early Voting June 2nd – June 10th
Even if you did NOT vote in the city wide election, ALL registered voters are eligible to vote in the runoff election.
Election Day – Saturday, June 18th
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