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JOHN ALANIZ SIGNS PLEDGE CARD TO CONSTITUENTS

By Donna Garner

John Alaniz is the authentic conservative candidate for TexasHouse District 55.  I know him personally to be a man of commitment and honor. 

Every candidate should do exactly what John has done by publicly signing a “Pledge Card to Constituents” instead of signing a pledge card in the backroom to support left-leaning Joe Straus as Speaker of the House and feeling compelled to do his bidding.  

I admire John Alaniz for making it clear right now to the voters in District 55 that he will maintain his integrity once elected to the House. 

Please watch John Alaniz as he publicly signs the “Pledge Card to Constituents.” 

“What happens when State Representatives do not represent those who put them in office? Texans like John Alaniz look into answering the call to serve.

Representative Ralph Sheffield has signed a pledge card to Speaker Joe Straus. Why is that a problem? Watch this video and you will understand.” 

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One Response to “JOHN ALANIZ SIGNS PLEDGE CARD TO CONSTITUENTS”

  1. Waco paper works against conservatives and for Joe Straus | Voices Empower Says:

    […] Ralph Sheffield, a Joe Straus loyalist is on record stating Joe Straus “punished Republicans”, referring to redistricting, committee appointments, and general obstruction of conservatives. The Tribune–Herald’s plea not to “punish” legislators for supporting Speaker Straus is one-sided. The Speaker and his team have done everything they can to punish their opponents, a reality the Tribune–Herald decided to ignore in their editorial. […]

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