Wayne Christian Picks Up Major Slate Endorsements

January 30, 2014 11:47 am 0 comments

Wayne Christian

AUSTIN, TX – Today Wayne Christian announced the endorsement of DFW Conservative Voters and Harris County GOP PAC. Wayne also received unanimous support from the North East Tarrant Tea Party leadership team, earning him a coveted spot on their ballot suggestion guide.

Famous for their iconic “Green Card”, DFW Conservative Voters is one of the oldest and most respected voter guides in the state. Founded in 1998 by Stuart and Kathy Lane, their stated purpose is to “to provide voter help by recommending the best conservative candidate in each contested Republican primary race and then getting that information to the conservative voters across Tarrant County.”

“For a decade and a half, DFW Conservative Voters has been on the frontlines in the fight to elect authentic conservatives at all levels of government,” said Christian. “Candidates selected are thoroughly vetted, so voters know they can trust those featured on the green card.”

The North East Tarrant Tea Party is one of the largest tea parties in the State of Texas. Shortly after announcing his candidacy, Julie McCarty, President of the organization endorsed Christian, recently authoring this letter on his behalf. Yesterday, the tea party’s leadership team unanimously threw their support behind Christian in their ballot suggestion guide.

“Over the years I have spoken to the NE Tarrant Tea Party numerous times about the legislative process and what really happens during the Session down in Austin,” said Christian. “This month I addressed the group on my run for the Texas Railroad Commission and I am humbled the leadership team has united behind my campaign.”

Harris County GOP PAC endorses candidates that “have demonstrated the highest levels of competence and adhere to conservative values that made our country the leader of the free world.”

“I am thankful that Harris County GOP PAC is supporting me in this race,” said Christian. “Harris County has the third highest population of any county in the U.S. and is one of the major hubs of the energy sector. This will provide a huge boost in momentum for our campaign!”

These groups are highly influential in their respective regions, handing out and mailing voter guides that individuals can bring to the polls.

As a testament to his support from the grassroots, Christian has received the endorsement of over to 200 conservative leaders and organizations, including David Barton, Hon. Paul Pressler, Dr. Rick Scarborough, Young Conservatives of Texas, Texas Right to Life, and TX Home School Coalition.

For a full listing of endorsements please visit: ChristianForTexas.com

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