John Alaniz Conservative Republican for Texas House District 55

December 23, 2011 1:47 pm 0 comments

I just have to say a personal word about John Alaniz who has committed himself to challenge Texas Rep. Ralph Sheffield at the ballot box. John has a true servant’s heart and is a dedicated and uncompromising conservative.  I am excited for the people of HD 55 that they will be able to elect John Alaniz as their next Representative because he is what he represents himself to be. John doesn’t even know how to lie. His pure heart would not allow him to do so.

We need honest politicians in Austin who will not compromise away their promises to their constituents just because someone rich and powerful comes along to “buy their votes.”

Please consider contributing to John’s campaign even if you live outside House District 55.  As we all know, whatever these elected Texas legislators do in Austin impacts ALL of us. – Donna Garner

John Alaniz Declares Candidacy for Texas House District 55

Conservative Businessman, Tea Party Member, Republican Activist, Loving Family Man and Community Leader aims to help change the way business is done in Austin.

Temple, TX, September 27, 2011:  John Alaniz announced today that he will enter the race for District 55 in the Texas House of Representatives. Speaking from the offices of Corporate Facilities Management Services, where John serves as President and CEO, he said “It is time someone shoots straight with the people about the future of Texas and our nation as a whole. We are teetering on unstable ground, and we need true Conservative leadership to meet the challenges of today head on, with an eye towards future generations.”

Alaniz is motivated in part by what he views as a series of missed opportunities in the recent 82nd Legislative session.  Conservatives all across Texas swept Republicans into office in record numbers in 2010, eventually producing a 101 to 49 super-majority.  Conservative activists throughout Texas, including Alaniz, were left feeling unfulfilled as many pieces of key legislation favored by the grassroots were never passed, and some never even made it to the House floor for a vote.

Additionally, Legislators have been touting what they feel are their successes this past session, such as passing a budget, which is something that is Constitutionally mandated and happens every session.

Many expect this palpable frustration to once again show itself at the ballot box in March in the GOP Primaries, and again in November of 2012.

John Alaniz lives in Temple with his wife Ruby and their children. The family has called Temple home for twenty five years and attends Temple Bible Church.

John views being a public servant as his highest calling, and in fact has “Chief Servant” as the title of his email signature, despite being the President and CEO of his own company.

“We must have the courage to believe in being better, and not simply settle for the status quo. I believe America is still the shining city on the hill and that our best days are in front of us if we act now. The “business as usual” way things are done in Austin needs to change, and I am determined to help lead that fundamental change. We must now have the determination to continue the process of replacing career politicians with true public servants, intent on doing the peoples’ business. I love my family, the great State of Texas, and the United States far too much to simply sit back and do nothing while our liberties are eroding right before our eyes. I intend to engage the people of District 55 in a substantive discussion about where we need to go to secure prosperity for generations to come,” Alaniz went on to say.


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