Republican State Senator Glenn Hegar brings an unmatched conservative record and years of fiscal experience to the race for Texas Comptroller. He is the youngest member of the Texas Senate and a sixth generation Texan who is pro-second amendment and pro-taxpayer. And no one can touch his pro-life record.
Her candidacy for Comptroller of Texas focuses around restoring accuracy, fairness, and accountability to Texas government. While Texas is doing better than most of the United States, Debra believes that consistency and predictability in the office of
He is a sixth generation Texan who farms on land that has been in his family since the mid 1800s. Glenn, his wife Dara, and their children Claire, Julia and Jonah, live in Katy.
Harvey Hilderbran was born and raised in Uvalde, TX. He and his wife, Tracy, live with their two daughters in Kerrville, TX.
Debra and her husband of 31 years, Noe, reside in Wharton where they home schooled their two children.
Torres grew up in Nueces County. It was at Del Mar College that Raul met his wife, Gina, and they have been happily married for 35 years. Together, they have 4 children and 6 grandchildren.
Farmer, Hegar Farms
In the private sector, Rep. Hilderbran has worked in real estate, ranching, advertising and business management and marketing.
She is a registered nurse and founder and CEO of her own small business, a healthcare consulting firm.
Raul is the owner of Raul Torres, CPA, a full service accounting and financial services firm. n addition, he became president of Freedom Tax Services, Inc. and owns a Liberty Tax franchise.
Member, Chambers of Commerce
Member, Board of Directors, Christ Clinic
Chair, Katy Area Performing Arts Society
Member, Memorial Lutheran Church
Member, Veterans and Military Affairs Coalition
Board of Directors, Kerr County Economic Development
Member, National Rifle Association
Member, Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association
Assistant Director/State Affairs, Texas Farm Bureau
Member, Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers Association
Debra has continued her dedication to good government in Texas, founding We Texans, a nonprofit organization that advocates for tax reform, fighting wasteful spending and the misuse of eminent domain. As a leader for those reforms, Debra has testified
He served on the Loan Review Board and the Traffic Advisory Board for the City of Corpus Christi. He sponsored several youth sports programs, school booster clubs.
Senator, Texas State Senate, 2007-present
Representative, Texas State House of Representatives, 2002-2006
As Chairman of the Subcommittee on Fiscal Matters, the committee charged with reviewing all state and local revenue matters, Glenn was responsible
Harvey Hilderbran was first elected to the Texas House of Representatives in 1988 and was most recently re-elected in 2012 to serve the people of District 53.
Harvey has served as chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee for the past two legislative
She has been actively involved in conservative politics since 1992, when an attempt to remove the pro-life plank from the Republican platform moved her to stand for life in the political arena. Not content to be a spectator in politics, she ran for office,
St. Peter's United Methodist Church.
Saint Peter's Church.
Member of the Brawner Parkway Church of Christ.
n recognition of his pro-business voting record, the Texas Association of Business named Glenn as a "Champion for Free Enterprise", its most prestigious award, and the Texas Municipal Police Association gave him their Legislative Excellence Award for
In 2013, the Texas Association of Business gave Hilderbran a 100 percent vote rating, indicating the he always supported small business on their issues during the regular and special sessions. In early 2012, NFIB/Texas presented Hilderbran with the Guardian
Because of her long history of advocacy for Texans, she has been named as one of the 50 most influential Texans in the public policy arena by Politics and Elections Magazine, and was recently profiled in the New York Times.
Texas A&M University, B.A., 1993; St. Mary's University, M.A., 1997; St. Mary's University, J.D., 1997; University of Arkansas, L.L.M., 1998
BA, Political Science, Texas Technical University, 1983
Torres attended Del Mar College. Raul wanted a better life for his family, so he enrolled in the MBA program at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, where he graduated in 1994.
Performance Please for the People of Texas
1. Instill "Rapid-Response Customer Service"
2. Interest-Rate Parity
3. Protect our state from the IRS
4. Taxpayer Bill of Rights
5. Conduct more Performance Reviews
Source: Hilderbran (02/12/2014)