Chris Hill, a McKinney resident running for Collin County Commissioner Precinct 3, announced today that he has been endorsed by the Collin County Conservative Republicans.
In announcing the group’s endorsement, CCCR PAC Chairman Linda Jenkins said “Collin County needs a commissioner in precinct 3 with the skills and experience to serve with excellence, and the conservative values and character to serve with integrity. After a careful review of the candidates for county commissioner precinct 3, the clear choice is Chris Hill. Chris is a strong fiscal and social conservative, and he will serve Collin County well. I am proud to endorse Chris for Collin County Commissioner in Precinct 3.”
As a leader of the conservative movement in Collin County, CCCR promotes the conservative values and principles of our Founding Fathers. They believe that in order to make change we must not only individually tout these beliefs, but also strive to elect men and women who wholeheartedly affirm the values we hold so dear. In this way, CCCR is dedicated to aiding the Republican Party, the community and individuals in their efforts to learn more about and promote the core values of conservatism.
In response to the group’s endorsement, Chris Hill stated, “Collin County Conservative Republicans remain steadfastly committed to common sense conservative principles, and they support candidates who will champion those values. Their voice and influence are strong in Collin County, and I’m honored to have their endorsement and their support.”
The recent endorsement of CCCR joins the earlier endorsement announcements by Dr. Bob Collins (Collin College Trustee) & Mr. Ray Huffines (Huffines Auto Dealerships).
Chris is a sixth-generation native north Texan. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with a master’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in accounting. Chris and his wife Laura have been married for 14 years and have three children. They are active members of Christ Fellowship church in McKinney.