TEA Party Leaders Endorse Ralph Hall for Congress

May 21, 2012

Hon. Ralph M. Hall
Hon. Ralph M. Hall – Chairman, Science, Space, and Technology Committee

Voters of 4th Congressional District:

We the undersigned, declare our wholehearted support for the re-election of Congressman Ralph Hall.

Although we are local TEA Party leaders in our respective areas, we speak as individuals who well know Congressman Hall on a personal level. Throughout the year we communicate the general sentiments and desires of fellow TEA Party patriots here in East Texas.

Ralph Hall consistently and reliably supports our common goals of limit taxes and restoration of fiscal sanity to our great nation.

This past weekend Apollo astronauts Gene Cernan, Neil Armstrong and Tom Stafford came to rally for the Congressman, citing his tireless and extremely valuable contributions as Chairman of the Science, Space and Technology Committee. How important is this committee? It has partial to full jurisdiction over NASA, DOE, EPA, ATSDR, NSF, FAA, NOAA, NIST, FEMA, the U.S. Fire Administration and U.S. Geological Survey. While all the ‘initials’ may not be familiar, you readily recognize most.

There are ample news stories about unelected bureaucrats threatening our Texas economy with over regulation. You know this to be true. Think for a moment the consequences of losing this chairmanship. We Texans need Congressman Ralph Hall to retain control of this vital committee.

On May 29, we ask you to support “one of our own”. Let’s re-elect Congressman Ralph M. Hall, Congressional District 4 of Texas.

Lequida Jennings

TEA Party Leader                  

Hopkins County

John White

TEA Party Leader

Rockwall County

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