Congressman Bill Flores Endorses Cullen Crisp

January 15, 2014 6:11 pm 1 comment

Cullen Crisp

Yesterday, Congressman Bill Flores offered his endorsement to Cullen Crisp in his race for State Representative in District 60.

Congressman Flores endorsed Cullen saying “Cullen Crisp has worked tirelessly for conservative values and will work day in and day out for his constituents. We need him in the Texas House and I’m proud to support his campaign.”

Congressman Flores won his congressional seat in 2010 garnering over 74% of the vote in Hood county. He is very well respected and supported by the same conservative voters who are ready for conservative change in District 60.

Cullen commented on the endorsement saying, “I couldn’t be more proud to have someone like Rep. Flores on our team. There is a groundswell of conservative momentum across Texas. People want to see their priorities reflected in Austin, not business as usual.”

Cullen and his family run a farm in Granbury, where they grow strawberries, peaches, and harvest honey. Cullen is also owner of Crisp-LaDew Fire Protection, which specializes in fire sprinkler and fire alarm systems. Cullen is very active in the District 60 community, founding the Texas Heroes Foundation, and is currently planning the 3rd Annual Texas Independence Day Celebration. Cullen currently is a member of the Lake Granbury Coalition, on the board of Hood County Development District 1, and played an integral part of the development of Acton Nature Center near Granbury.

The Crisp family are committed Christians. Cullen is married to his beautiful wife, Ashley, and together they have two children, Carson and Maddie.

For more information, please visit CullenCrisp.com

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  • I recently received a advertisement from a wealthy man in Midland. TX and backing you and paying for many ads for quote “conservatives” in Texas. Who is this man millionaire, Tim Dunn. and how does he fit your Agenda? Mostly how do I know who to believe? I am having the same problem with Jim Keffer who is opposing “you” in precinct 60? I want to get it right. If you are what you say you are, please reply back to
    my request–and not by your minions…

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