|More endorsements and an odd comment|
Poster: CWright Posted: 2012/5/2 17:24:42
Ms Fulton appears to have landed her first organizational endorsement, from the Dallas Police Association. Very nice though not in the district and after all, you can see above, these seems to be a big deal of Ms Fulton and her followers.
OTOH, her opponent scores the police association endorsements of:
The Colony (isn't that where she lives? Ouch)
Little Elm, Police and Fire
Frisco Police and Fire
I've been known to peruse the face book pages of candidates to see what they are saying, here is a quote from Ms Fulton:
"Republican Representatives Jim Keffer and Vickie Truitt, two of Texas’ most respected conservatives"
Now Ms Fulton talks about ethics a great deal (not a bad thing) but it is curious she thinks Ms Truitt is "respected" when in fact she's the target of a serious ethics investigation.
http://www.texaswatchdog.org/2012/04/ ... ontracts/1333991347.story
Seems Ms Truitt has awarded her own company over $350,000 in no bid tax payer funded contracts since she took office.
So Mr Fallon getting a $250 donation is an "ethics" violation in Ms Fulton's eyes but $350,000 in questionable contracts makes someone a "respected conservative"???????
It is a toss up whether Sen Craig Estes or Rep Vicki Truitt is the most embarrassing/corrupt elected leader in North Texas.
Mr Fallon enjoys the endorsements of not only Ms Fallon's hometown police force but also EXTREMELY respected elected officials like Ken Paxton but the VAST MAJORITY of the elected officials in 106.