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Why I Am Running

I am running for State Representative from Texas House District 113 because our district needs a principled, consistent, conservative voice in Austin. The state of Texas should be leading our nation on host of issues that include preserving life, standing for 2nd Amendment freedoms, educating with excellence, reforming and minimizing taxes and spending, and preserving the sovereignty of our state.

However, District 113’s current representative has become part of the problem in Austin. She has voted for and supported Speaker Joe Straus and a leadership team in Austin that not only fails to advance the conservative legislation Texas voters support, but that has also actively opposed, stymied or neutered conservative legislation that has passed out of the Texas Senate.

I will take the same stances in Austin as I take on the campaign trail, and I won’t be pressured by lobbyists or the current leadership group in Austin to go along just so we can get along. I will not compromise the conservative beliefs and principles that I hold dear, even if it means I lose the Austin-based popularity contest.

I will be a voice and a vote for change, and will take the principled stands to help advance and pass conservative legislation that reduces government’s impact on our lives, protects individual liberties, and allows the citizens of our state Texas to thrive.

Recent News


Jonathan Boos for Texas House Reception

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. through 7 p.m.
Join us for a festive evening with beer, wine and appetizers while we enjoy the incredible views from the penthouse of the Bell Nunnally Law Firm in the KPMG Plaza at Hall Arts in Dallas’ Arts District."

From The Desk of Mike Slaton

Can you identify with me? As a citizen of the Great State of Texas and House District 113, I value the principles that have made our state and our nation strong. Stand with me, and stand with Jonathan, as we restore conservative representation to our district.

Tea party and GOP establishment battling again in Texas House races

Texas Republicans are headed for more battles over whether the Legislature should swerve harder to the right, with as many as 30 House races in the March primary to pit tea party conservatives against more traditional Republicans.

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  • Contact Information

    Boos For Representative Campaign
    P.O. Box 495072
    Garland, Texas 75049
    Phone: 972-965-6098