Chris Hill, a McKinney resident running for Collin County Commissioner Precinct 3, announced today that he has been endorsed by Fairview residents John & Leahray Wroten. The Wrotens have been active members of the Collin County community for many years, as business leaders and community volunteers.
In his endorsement, Mr. Wroten stated, “As one of the fastest growing counties in the nation, Collin County must be strategic and disciplined in its approach to county development and financial leadership. I am proud to endorse Chris Hill for Collin County Commissioner. Chris will work diligently to promote fiscal responsibility, low taxes, and a strong business environment. He has the conservative principles, financial experience, and personal integrity to serve with excellence.”
In response to John Wroten’s endorsement, Chris Hill stated, “John & Leahray Wroten have been active conservative leaders in this community for many years, and they know well what it means to serve the community with excellence and with selflessness. I’m honored to have their support and their endorsements, and I look forward to following in their footsteps while serving as the next county commissioner for precinct 3.”
This most recent endorsement joins a growing list of conservative voters, community leaders, and local organizations that have recognized Chris Hill as the conservative, experienced choice for county commissioner in precinct 3. He has now received over 700 endorsements, including Dr. Bob Collins (Collin College Trustee), Mr. Ray Huffines (Huffines Auto Dealerships), the Collin County Conservative Republicans, and the North Texas Tea Party. You can see the full list of endorsements at 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.