Early Voting Highlights & A Response to Shoddy Info

Happy Sunday to the Best District in Texas, District 150.

I know everyone is busy today, but I hope to see a lot of you out at the three polling locations today, but after nearly six days of early voting, while there are no official results in, if gut feeling is worth anything, I feel as good as ever.

The feedback my staff and I are receiving from the good folks of District 150 has been overwhelming and humbling. We knew the District wanted new blood and leadership, and you all have indicated as much to me. I’ve shaken so many hands since Early Voting began on Tuesday and so many of you have wished me well and told me they can’t wait to see the work I’m going to put in for the District. It’s an incredible, contagious feeling and one that isn’t going to let down until every vote is counted on March 4 and we take home the Republican nomination for District 150 in November.

For those of you that have voted thus far, thank you so much. For those of you that haven’t, please get out and do so, I humbly and respectfully ask for your vote so we can breathe life and energy back into the District.

As for my opponent, well, desperation brings out the worst in folks, and the 12-year incumbent is no exception. On Saturday, her campaign released a poorly constructed, factually inaccurate “press release” that resembled more of a high school student council smear piece than an actual legitimate document produced by a state representative’s office.

I will go into more detail this week debunking information so stale and haphazard that the Houston Chronicle already told the incumbent her “information” on me did not merit a story. Undeterred and desperate, the incumbent released it anyway.

As for my campaign, the work never stops, and we continue inching closer to pulling off the biggest upset in the GOP primary this year in the great state of Texas. Come make history with us and let’s get back to making District 150 the Best District in Texas.

We Deserve Better. You Deserve Better.

Respectfully,

Tony Noun

Bottomline: Accountability Now

Polling Locations:

Cypress Creek: Champion Forest Baptist Church/Multi-Purpose Bldg. 4840 Strack Road, 77069
Far North: Champion Life Centre 3031 FM 2920 Road, Spring, 77388 
Mercer Park: Baldwin Boettcher Branch Library 22248 Aldine Westfield Road, Humble 77338

Voting Times:

February 23: 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 
February 24 - February 28: 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 

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