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Vote Marty for Education Texas State Board of Education District 15

Marty Rowley will bring a conservative approach to the Texas State Board of Education that focuses on the needs of our children and the concerns of Texas taxpayers.

31 Oct Posted by in blog | Comments

Major Newspapers Support Marty Rowley for SBOE

Major Newspapers Support Marty Rowley for SBOE

Amarillo Mediator and former Pastor Marty Rowley, Conservative Republican candidate for State Board of Education District 15, released an impressive list of newspaper endorsements today including the Amarillo Globe News, the San Angelo Standard Times and the Lubbock Avalanche Journal. “Personable and amiable, the former pastor could be a steadying force while representing his 77-county ...

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11 Sep Posted by in blog | Comments

Marty Rowley will make a fabulous Texas State Board of Education member

Marty Rowley will make a fabulous Texas State Board of Education member

Marty Rowley will make a fabulous Texas State Board of Education member, SBOE District 15. (At the bottom of this e-mail, I have listed the counties in District 15.) Marty Rowley is an experienced Board certified attorney and professional mediator who knows how to bring people together to arrive at a beneficial resolution. Rowley is ...

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07 Sep Posted by in blog | Comments

How Can I say Thank You…

How Can I say Thank You…

To those who volunteered, made a phone call, knocked on a door, read my emails, forwarded them to a friend, told a co-worker, put up a yard sign, cast a vote, prayed for me and my family?Winning an election is most humbling. We gave it our all. We executed the 77 Counties in 77 Days ...

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27 Aug Posted by in blog | Comments

Michael Williams to Head Texas Education Agency

Michael Williams to Head Texas Education Agency

Gov. Rick Perry named Michael Williams the new commissioner of the Texas Education Agency Monday. A fixture of Texas Republican politics — and a former general counsel to the Republican Party of Texas — Williams resigned from the Texas Railroad Commission in 2011 after serving more than a decade on the regulatory body that oversees the state’s oil and natural gas ...

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