Tony Noun - Candidate For Texas House District 150

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Tony Noun - Candidate For Texas House District 150
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For too long politicians in Austin speak conservatism but do not vote it. Tony Noun is a Spring, Texas conservative businessman who believes that the bottom-line of the Texas taxpayer should be what drives the constitution of any elected official, especially the Republican who will represent House District 150. Tony Noun, as a teenager in the Christian Resistance fought against the tyranny of Hezbollah and the Syrian Regime. Tony Noun has built a thriving business, and like most Republicans in House District 150 daily worked hard to find his place in the free market. Tony Noun wholeheartedly believes that for Spring, Texas to prosper, big government spending must be fought against at every turn, and Austin must keep its hands off the fruits of the labor of our district. Tony Noun for almost two decades has lived in Spring Creek Oak with his family. Tony Noun is convinced that being accountable to "We the People of Spring" and a fiscal champion is the key to long term prosperity for the citizenry of Spring, Texas.

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+1 (832) 475 8868
Tony Noun Republican for State Representative House District 150
6010 Live Oak Pl
Spring, TX 77379
Phone: 832-475-8868
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.