Momentum continues to grow for Chris Hill, a conservative Republican and McKinney CPA running for Collin County Commissioner Precinct 3. He received another strong endorsement today from our State Representative Jodie Laubenberg. Representative Laubenberg is from our Texas House District 89, which serves many of the same constituents as Chris Hill would serve in precinct 3.
In her endorsement of Chris Hill, Representative Laubenberg stated, “Collin County needs a commissioner with true leadership skills and real business experience. Chris Hill is a proven community and business leader who will serve us with excellence and integrity. He has the professional skills and business experience to handle the complex financial decisions that face Collin County. And he has the solid conservative principles we need in our next commissioner. Chris Hill is committed to keeping our property taxes low while maximizing efficiency and effectiveness in county government. I am proud to endorse and recommend Chris Hill for Collin County Commissioner.”
This most recent endorsement joins a growing list of conservative voters, business and community leaders, and local organizations that have recognized Chris Hill as the only conservative, experienced choice for county commissioner in precinct 3. He has now received over 850 endorsements, including the Collin County Conservative Republicans, the North Texas Tea Party, the Texas Tea Party Alliance, the Coalition for Better Government, Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, Mr. Kelly Shackelford (Liberty Institute), Dr. Bob Collins (Collin College Trustee), Mr. Ray Huffines (Huffines Auto Dealerships), Mr. and Mrs. John and Leahray Wroten, Mrs. Carol Everett (The Heidi Group), as well as the overwhelming support of Collin County Republican Party Leaders. You can see the full list of endorsements at www.VoteChrisHill.com.
Chris is a sixth-generation native of north Texas and a second-generation resident of McKinney. He and his wife Laura have been married 14 years and have three children. They are active members of Christ Fellowship church in McKinney.
Chris is the only candidate for county commissioner precinct 3 who has promised the voters that he will serve as a full-time commissioner and has promised that he will have no business conflicts of interest.