“Americans are tired of politicians who say one thing and do another – especially in Dallas County.
It’s time for new Leadership who will listen – for a change.”
The Freedom to Decide.
Current Dallas County leadership isn’t about public service – it’s about staying in power and exercising control over people’s lives. The recent county redistricting plan shows that politicians at the Courthouse are more interested in helping each other collect a paycheck and stay in power than they are in listening to their constituents and getting out of the way of a Dallas County economy ready to boom.
Dallas, and Texas, were built by men and women who put people ahead of government and knew government’s best role was to do what people couldn’t do individually, and then get out of the way. We must return to that successful model of leadership.
Far too often, decisions are made at the Dallas County Courthouse to serve special interests without even considering what impact it may have on Dallas families. Take my personal example where the Dallas County Judge unlawfully pursued mandates, which empowered corrupt politicians to abuse my children in the Dallas ISD public school system.
Whether it be transportation, criminal justice education or public services, the fiscal, legal and moral impact these policies have on Dallas County families must be considered first and foremost, each and every time government policy is created. The family is the foundational unit of our American society.
Whether it is juvenile justice or parental rights, Dallas County has to start working for the family, not against it. Dallas County is failing our families and our children. As our New County Judge, I will put Families First.
Achieving Dallas County’s Full Potential
Dallas County was once considered the economic heart of Texas, and it can and will be again. But today, those days have given way to problems with rising crime, taxes and traffic. For example, the Dallas DA is no longer prosecuting theft crimes for items stolen from families and small businesses under $750. Many Dallas jobs and residents have fled to the suburbs. We can, and must, change that.
I’m bringing business sense, respect for taxpayers, and proven conservative fiscal policies back to the government closest to you. This return to proven policies will be the first step in a new Dallas renaissance. If we begin now, we can make Dallas the place it once was – and will be again.