How did your legislator vote on the Texas budget?
UPDATE: Representative Turner and Representative Simpson Statements of Vote
ORIGINAL POST: How did your legislator vote on the Texas Budget
The recently-ended legislative session passed a budget which appropriated $22 billion more in general revenue and rainy day/economic stabilization fund money than two years ago. The increase was 26%.
AFP-Texas signed a coalition letter urging the Governor to veto the budget (http://americansforprosperity.org/texas/legislativealerts/coalition-urges-governor-perry-to-veto-budget-2/)
The budget contains too much spending and too little in tax relief.
Texas is the top state for job creation, we have 5 of the 10 fastest-growing cities in the country right here in Texas, and more businesses are moving to Texas than to any other state. We are the top state for a reason – we have enacted conservative fiscal policies, which allow the private sector to grow and jobs to be created.
We at AFP-Texas want to recognize and to thank those legislators who were willing to hold the line on spending – those 29 legislators who voted not to approve the budget.
Representative Greg Bonnen R District 24
Representative Giovanni Capriglione R District 98
Representative Stefani Carter R District 102
Representative Brandon Creighton R District 16
Representative Pat Fallon R District 106
Representative Allen Fletcher R District 130
Representative James Frank R District 69
Representative Craig Goldman R District 97
Representative Abel Herrero R District 34
Representative Harvey Hilderbran R District 53
Representative Bryan Hughes R District 5
Representative Jason Isaac R District 45
Representative Phil King R District 61
Representative Stephanie Klick R District 91
Representative Lois Kolkhorst R District 13
Representative Matt Krause R District 93
Representative Jodie Laubenberg R District 89
Representative Jeff Leach R District 67
Representative Scott Sanford R District 70
Representative Matt Schaefer R District 6
Representative Ron Simmons R District 65
Representative John Smithee R District 86
Representative Drew Springer R District 68
Representative Jonathan Stickland R District 92
Representative Van Taylor R District 66
Representative Ed Thompson R District 29
Representative Steve Toth R District 15
Representative Paul Workman R District 47
Representative Bill Zedler R District 96
Please take action to thank your legislator for voting to hold the line on spending in Texas. Texas didn’t become Number One by growing government but by restraining the growth of government. Click here to take action!