The Conservative View 2014
Welcome to our website. The Texas Conservative View PAC was started in 2012 to bring to the public discussion issues and candidates we believe merit your consideration.
The Texas Conservative View endorses Texans and issues involving principles of limited government, free-market economics, and a thriving civil society that provides for the common good through voluntary individual participation, private sector initiatives and faith-based efforts. We believe it is the duty of government to protect the God-given rights of all its citizens, born and unborn, to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
We are wives, mothers, sisters, homeowners and taxpayers in Texas who believe it is time for citizens to step forward and change the direction of government.
Join us, the Texas Conservative View PAC and support these candidates who best represent our collective values. We have researched and vetted these candidates and are proud to recommend them to you.
No candidate is asked to donate for an endorsement
We are Houston area women who started the Texas Conservative View PAC. Our individual biographies define us, our dedication to limited government and freedom brought us together. We are proud conservatives who believe Texans want less government intrusion in our lives. We are dedicated to supporting candidates and issues who best defend liberty and the Constitution of the United States of America and of the State of Texas.
Go to the Endorsement page and print our recomendations for the 2014 Republican Primary. Be sure to vote the entire ballot.
Early Voting in Person: Tuesday, February 18 – Friday, February 28, 2014
Early Voting Locations:
Go to www.HarrisVotes.com
Election Day: Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Primary Run-off election-day: Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Justice Jim Sharp will be on the 2014 general election ballot. We believe he needs to be replaced with a jurist with integrity, respect for the law and respect for his fellow citizens. Please read the following and let us know if you agree.
When the teenage daughter of a friend of Justice Sharp was arrested for shoplifting, Sharp bullied law enforcement officials and other judges in Brazoria County for processing the teen according to the law.
Justice Sharp resorted to threats, abusive and obscene language, and inappropriate use of his position when county officials insisted upon following the law instead of releasing the teen.