Justin Perryman - Candidate For Texas House District 132

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Justin Perryman - Candidate For Texas House District 132
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I’m Justin Perryman, a practicing attorney and a Lieutenant Colonel in the Texas Army National Guard. I have devoted my life to serving others, and want to extend that service to Texans who live, work and raise families in District 132. My goal is to become your next House Representative.
I have been practicing law for twenty years and have proudly served our country as a military officer. As far back as my youth, I examined the values of the two major parties in our nation. The Republican Party impressed me with its stand for limited government, strong national defense and Judeo-Christian values. It resonated deeply, and I majored in political economy before earning my law degree.
As a Texan, father, voter and resident, I am also concerned for the welfare of our state and the good people in District 132. There’s  much at stake, from taxation to personal liberty to immigration to healthcare. In fact, we now we face a healthcare crisis driven by big government to the detriment of taxpayers.
We deserve better. We deserve strong conservative voices that reflect our values and don’t cave in to political pressures — men and women of courage who are motivated by a true calling to serve.
I invite you to learn more about me by reading my EXTENDED BIO. There you will see my education, pro-business background, involvement in education, and grassroots political efforts.
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+1 (281) 589 2900
Justin Perryman For Texas
2312 Katy Fort Bend Road
Katy, TX 77493
Phone: 281-589-2900
Survey Responses
Survey Title Survey Responses
Survey - Texas State Races
AGREE - A) Use DPS or Texas State Guard to assist in protecting the border and providing resources to Sheriffs along the border.
AGREE - B) Support state legislative efforts or local ballot initiatives to repeal all sanctuary/safety zones in the State of Texas.
AGREE - C) Companies should be at risk of losing business licenses for failing to properly identify lawful employees using E-Verify or similar resource.
AGREE - D) Need to implement the re-introduction of the teaching of the trades in our public schools.
AGREE - E) Require use of E-Verify or similar resource as a condition for a contract with a state or local governmental entity.
AGREE - F) Use 10th Amendment powers to limit the use of executive orders by the President to fully align with the U.S. Constitution.