Mary Huls - Candidate For Texas House District 129

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Mary Huls - Candidate For Texas House District 129
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-- Born in Ohio, grew up in WV, moved to Atlanta before finding my home and husband in Texas -- Studied Behavioral Sciences at National Louis University -- Worked 25+ years as Sr. Financial Analyst for research grants at WVU, Emory University, and UT Medical Ctr -- Volunteered in SE Texas for candidate Ted Cruz in 2012 -- Volunteered in SE Texas for Rick Santorium in 2012 -- Volunteered in Cleveland, OH for the Romney-Ryan 2012 campaign -- Collaborate with many grassroots Conservatives in Austin and around the great state of Texas -- Member of the First Baptist Church of Seabrook -- Volunteer as Treasurer for my church -- Life member of Clear Lake Area Republicans -- Served on the Executive Board of the Clear Lake Tea Party as President and Secretary -- Lifetime member of the NRA -- Galveston County coordinator for True the Vote in 2010 elections -- Mother of two and Grandmother of five -- Past member of Clear Brook Band-Aides

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+1 (832) 303 6033
Mary Huls For State Representative - District 129
3118 FM 528, PMB 123
Webster, TX 77598
Phone: 832-303-6033
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.