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Texas House of Representatives District 92

Jeff Cason

Jeff Cason is the Republican candidate. A former Bedford City Councilman, Cason is an experienced manufacturing and sales professional, and a grandfather of eight. Cason is an ardent supporter of the Right to Life, the 2nd Amendment, lower property taxes, and smaller government.

Criminal Justice & Public Safety

  • “We must oppose this radical idea being pushed by Democrats across our district. The police must be funded fully. HEB residents know that if we defund the police, we put our entire community at risk. Public safety must remain a top priority as we work on bipartisan reforms that ensure accountability for all law enforcement agencies.”
  • “I am a firm believer in the right of every law-abiding Texan to keep and carry their own firearms.”

Education Funding & Teacher Pay

  • “I’m committed to driving dollars into the classroom so that Texas can afford to pay world class teachers a world class salary.”

Texas Economy & Taxes

  • “If your property can be seized for failing to pay taxes to the government, you never truly own it - you’re a renter. We must provide real property tax relief so that our neighbors stop getting taxed out of their home. “
  • “We must end the Robin Hood School Finance system, cap the rate of tax increases, and freeze appraisals.”

Healthcare

  • “As someone who has been close to situations involving serious mental health challenges of others, I know that the state doesn’t have the resources and training it needs to handle the mental health challenges of our day. This must be a priority in our budget.”
  • “We should ensure that our state is completely prepared to address the health care and economic challenges that have been brought on by COVID-19.”

Immigration

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Reproductive/Women’s Health

  • “I am pro-life. I believe we must immediately ban all late term abortions and ensure that no taxpayer money gets spent on abortion.”

Infrastructure & Environment

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Social Services

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Jeff Whitfield

Jeff Whitfield is the Democratic Candidate. A Texas native and U.S Air Force veteran, Whitfield is an experienced attorney and partner in a private law firm North Texas, and a father to one son. Whitfield’s priorities are expanding Medicaid to cover more Texans, investing more state funds in education, and driving growth in the Texas economy and workforce.

Criminal Justice & Public Safety

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Education Funding & Teacher Pay

  • Make sure funding exists (not just now, but years from now) to pay our teachers and school staff for the critical work they do.
  • Allow local communities more control over how educational funds are raised and used.
  • Put Texas at the top of any ranking of school systems in the country. The health of our economy and democracy depend on it.

Texas Economy & Taxes

  • Education to create a workforce that attracts successful businesses to our community and inspires entrepreneurs to open new businesses.
  • Diversity and creativity – a modern economy is fueled by those strengths.
  • Infrastructure and transportation to keep the economy moving.
  • Reducing homeowner property taxes by fairly funding education at the state level

Healthcare

  • Expanding coverage to one of the largest uninsured populations in the country.
  • Accepting the billions of dollars (of our own money, which we paid in taxes) from the federal government to boost Medicaid.

Immigration

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Reproductive/Women’s Health

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Infrastructure & Environment

  • Jeff supports “Legislating to protect clean air and water and for Texas’s parks and natural spaces”
  • Jeff supports “Investing in infrastructure and transportation to keep the economy moving”

Government Transparency & Ethics

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Social Services

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Brody-Andrew Mulligan

Brody-Andrew Mulligan (Green Party) is running for election to the Texas House of Representatives to represent District 92. He advanced from the Green Party convention on April 18, 2020. Mulligan is a former Tarrant County Medical Reserve Corps, and public school educator, and founding President and Executive Director of a nonprofit corporation focused on public audits of statistics for police policy reform, and government policy reform. Mulligan’s top priorities include “Affordable Housing, Healthcare for Every Texan,Fee-Free Higher Education in Public Colleges, Legal Marijuana, and Protection for the Environment & Texas Parks and Wildlife”

Criminal Justice & Public Safety

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Education Funding & Teacher Pay

  • Tuition-Free Public Community Colleges, Universities, and Trade Schools
  • Ending standardized testing, safeguarding teacher's retirement, and enhancing career and technology preparation training education in Texas Public Schools

Texas Economy & Taxes

  • “Raising the minimum wage to a living wage. Protecting and enhancing worker's rights, benefits, and promoting strong labor unions are not mutually exclusive to a strong, thriving economy, and attracting new business investment.”
  • “Mutual Co-Operative tax incentivization, and grants for green jobs, can secure Texas' place as the best place to do business, while protecting the rights of our workers.”

Healthcare

  • Expanding Medicaid
  • Investment in Community Health Centers
  • Early Childhood Access to Behavioral Services

Immigration

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Reproductive Health

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue

Infrastructure & Environment

  • “Investment in Green Energy, Jobs, and Infrastructure for People and the Planet”
  • “Providing funding for doubled service of the Trinity Railway Express, increased evening service, and Sunday service times provide the opportunity for a stronger economy, a better environment, and connections for commerce in our community.”
  • “A statewide infrastructure plan that creates jobs, provides consumer protection and promotes economic growth and mobility through ensuring every Texan has access to high-speed internet by 2025, with a goal for an all fibre node-to-home network by 2030, along with promoting funding grants for expanding municipal and community wifi connectivity.”

Social Services

  • Nothing listed on Campaign website for this issue