AUSTIN, Texas – The Empower Texans PAC has announced their endorsement of Craig Goldman in the special election to fill the vacated House District 97 seat in the Texas Legislature.
“Mr. Goldman has demonstrated a strong commitment to promoting taxpayer protection and fiscal responsibility,” said Michael Quinn Sullivan, the president of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility and the treasurer of the Empower Texans PAC.
“In a crowded field, Mr. Goldman stands out because of his commitment to sound fiscal policy, enthusiasm for budget reforms, and dedication to work on behalf of taxpayers.”
Sullivan praised Goldman’s interest in sound public policy.
“We were impressed early on by his interest in reaching out to policy organizations, seeking data and information that would add to his already strong understanding of the issues and enable him to better educate voters. I’m confident he will serve the people of the 97th, and all of Texas’ taxpayers, with that same dogged pursuit of good public policy. Just as importantly, he’s an optimistic conservative in the tradition of Ronald Reagan and Barry Goldwater.”
Sullivan concluded: “We not only need Craig Goldman in the Texas Legislature, we need a Legislature full of men and women who approach public policy with the same zeal and dedication that he does.”
The Empower Texans PAC will be making endorsements during the 2008 election cycle. More information is available at
Texans for Fiscal Responsibility is a non-profit advocacy organization that works to create and sustain a system of strong fiscal stewardship within all levels of Texas government, thereby ensuring the greatest economic and personal liberty, while promoting public policies that provide individuals with the freedom to use their strengths and talents in pursuit of greater opportunities.


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