Montgomery County Tea Party recommends NO vote on Conroe ISD’s $677.3 Million bond, makes other recommendations for November 5 election

Woodlands Township Chairman Gordy Bunch spoke to the Montgomery County on Monday, October 7, 2019.


The Golden Hammer Staff Reports

Conroe, October 8 – The Montgomery County Tea Party (MCTP) announced its recommendations and endorsements for the November 5, 2019, General Election. The Tea Party recommended that voters vote “NO” with respect to Conroe Independent School District’s (CISD) $677.3 Million bond package, which is in the form of two propositions, A and B.

While Election Day is November 5, early voting begins on October 21 and goes through November 1.

The Montgomery County Tea Party’s Vetting Committee goes through a careful process to recommend the organization’s position on issues in voter referenda and the organization’s rating of candidates.

MCTP also recommended a “FOR” vote in favor of Proposition 4, the Constitutional Amendment which will ban a state income tax in Texas forever.

Vetting Committee Chairman John Hill Wertz also announced the ratings of the candidates running for the Woodlands Township Board of Directors.

Position 5

Shelley Sekula-Gibbs – High Scorer 91 points. MCTP commended her for her Pro-Life record and her strong work as a member of the Houston City Council and Member of the United States House of Representatives.

Walter Cooke – scored 68 points.

Rashmi Gupta – scored 50 points.

Position 6

Ann Snyder – High Scorer 83 points. MCTP commended her for her leadership in getting the Township Board to adopt the “effective tax rate” for the coming Fiscal Year.

Thomas Chumbley – scored 68 points.

Position 7

Bob Milner – High Scorer 93 points. MCTP commended Milner for his “solid Christian values” and his balanced view on incorporation of The Woodlands.

Andy Dubois – scored 77 points.

Walter Liesiewski – scored 50 points.

David Cassidy – scored below 50 points.



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