Lisa Mallory and Anthony Reed each won their respective elections last week.
Lisa Mallory, Treasurer of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Texas, could not fool voters: they knew her to be the passionate leader that she is. Running for Leander Independent School District Board member, Lisa was able to trample her opponents. Leander ISD serves more than 25,000 students in the Austin area.
With 25 years of business experience and political training from the Leadership Institute, Lisa focused her campaign on improving the district’s test scores, lowering bond rates, and more oversight. Lisa proves what a highly capable, motivated citizen can accomplish at the local level — but the best is yet to come when Leander ISD has her on their school board.
RLC’er Anthony Reed, a 16-year resident of the Fort Worth suburb of Haltom (pop. 40,000), won election to the Haltom City Council. According to Reed, “Nothing is more important to me than the rights of all Haltom City citizens and businesses; and it is the respect, protection, and service of these rights from our government that has and will make Haltom City rise to the top — to become a beacon of liberty and community involvement for all of Texas to see.”
Look for good things to come from these liberty-loving Texas leaders.