We look for evidence of strong core principles, a conservative, limited government approach to public policy, including taxation and budget priorities. We place a high premium on commonsense conservative leadership at the local level and look for a proven team builder and problem solver. GAWTP looks for candidates who are familiar enough with Constitutional principles and the merits of a competitive free enterprise system that they can readily apply limited government principles and liberty to local policy decisions ; therefore, it is with great pleasure that we announce the endorsement of local businessman and champion of private property rights, Jason Wright.
Wright’s campaign platform is built on a solid understanding of limited government and freedom under the rule of law. His direct and well articulated core principles of conservatism – backed up with specific examples of how he would apply these principles to governance — represent the kind of local leadership we need in these challenging economic times.
Wright’s record of championing private property rights and fighting abuse of eminent domain as a representative of the Texas Association of Realtors is impressive. This strong private property rights record, paired with Wright’s experience as the small business owner of a residential real estate firm, brings a balanced approach to protecting the investment value of homes while keeping Tyler’s economic growth vibrant. Jason Wright’s knowledge of the purpose and mission of the Tyler Blueprint and the Half-cent Sales Tax “pay as you go” plan for capital improvements gives us a high level of assurance that the original intent of the Blueprint Business Plan’s streamlined, cost-efficient, citizen-first city government will move forward.” ###
Who can vote in this race? Registered voters in precincts 3, 21, 25, 51, 58, 59 – check your voter card! See district map posted on GAWTP web site. Look District 6 for this council race.
When can you vote? NOW! Early voting dates & times: April 26-30 from 8 AM – 5 PM and May 3-4 from 7:00 AM 7 PM. Early voting location: Smith County Annex Building, 200 E. Ferguson Street, Tyler.
Last chance to vote is Election Day, Saturday, May 8th from 7 AM to 7 PM.
Precincts 3, 21, and 51 vote at Southern Oaks Baptist Church, 601 E Amherst Drive, Tyler. Precincts 25, 58, and 59 vote at Hubbard Middle School, 1300 Hubbard Drive, Tyler.
Send a commonsense Constitutional Conservative to the Tyler City Council:
Donations: Any amount helps! Mail to: Jason Wright Campaign 1310 ESE 323, Tyler, TX 75701
Volunteer: Call Patti & leave a message: 903-561-0978 or e-mail Jason at email@example.com