Submitted by Bracy Wilson for Texas
Conservative Republican Bracy Wilson, candidate for State House of Representatives in District 70, has been “TeaApproved” by the North Texas Tea Party.
The North Texas Tea Party strives to bring to the attention of voters those candidates who, in both practice and action, will uphold the conservative principles of limited government and fiscal responsibility. Their rating of “TeaApproved” is one that speaks to the candidate’s conservative principles. Bracy Wilson is proud to receive the prestigious rating.
In response, Wilson said, “I am honored to be rated as ‘TeaApproved’ by the North Texas Tea Party. The State of Texas needs strong representatives who have the backbone to stand up in Austin, fight for our conservative values, and defend our individual freedoms. I look forward to being that conservative voice for District 70.”
In addition to receiving the “TeaApproved” rating, recent endorsements have also come from Collin County Conservative Republicans, Collin County Deputies Association, and the McKinney Police Association.
Bracy, a twelve-year resident of Collin County, is a sixth-generation native north Texan with a Pastoral Ministries Degree, and a small business owner. His company, HelpCharters.com, focuses on providing tuition free schools of choice to areas of need across Texas. Bracy and his wife, Nadine, have been married for 14 years and reside in McKinney with their two children.