Texas Patriots PAC congratulates Laura Fillault, Ann Snyder, and John McMullan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – November 4, 2015
Contact: Gena Cook,
communications@texaspatriotspac.com, (713) 400-1272

Texas Patriots PAC congratulates Laura Fillault, Ann Snyder, and John McMullan

(The Woodlands, Texas) -  Texas Patriots PAC congratulated Laura Fillault and Ann Snyder on their election, and John McMullan on his re-election to The Woodlands Township Board of Directors.  “The November 3rd election results signal a sea change in what The Woodlands’ residents seek in Township governance,” said Julie Turner, president of the Texas Patriots PAC.  “Voters signaled that they want to see much more appreciation for residents’ experiences and perspectives.  We look forward to working with this new board to retain the unique and precious features of living in The Woodlands while planning for the future.”

Texas Patriots PAC also praised the passage of the new road bond, which was a scaled-back version of the bond the PAC helped to defeat in May. “The passage of the Montgomery County road bond means that our county can begin to address some of the most longstanding mobility problems in the county and avail our county of state transportation funds.” Turner said. “The Texas Patriots PAC will continue to advocate for ways to put our county on a glide path to pay for road maintenance and other ongoing obligations with existing annual revenue.”

Although they had supported Matthew Burton for Position 6, Texas Patriots PAC congratulated Ann Snyder on her victory. “Dr. Snyder earned this victory through her long-standing record of service through Interfaith and before that, serving on the CISD board.  In this campaign, she emphasized her past success building consensus and partnerships with a multitude of local organizations,” Turner said. “The Township Board will be well-served by having someone with such considerable skills in this area.  We wish Dr. Snyder the best success and look forward to working with her.”

Matthew Burton narrowly lost to Ann Snyder in a crowded race. “Matthew Burton earned a remarkable 42% of the vote in his four-way race.  We hope to see him continue to strongly advocate for residents’ views and conservative governance.” Turner said. “We also salute Amos McDonald and wife Jen for their graciousness and hard work during this campaign.”

Texas Patriots PAC volunteers worked hard on behalf of their supported candidates John McMullan, Matthew Burton, and Laura Fillault, for whom the PAC announced their support in October. 

Texas Patriots PAC, a non-partisan Tea Party organization dedicated to the election of candidates who share their core values of constitutionally limited government, free markets, and fiscal responsibility, is based in The Woodlands, Texas.  For more information, please visit www.TexasPatriotsPAC.com