Young Conservatives of Texas Endorses Steve Toth For Texas Senate
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 23, 2013
Austin, TX – Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) today announced their endorsement of Rep. Steve Toth for Texas Senate in SD 4. Senator Williams, who currently holds the seat, has announced that he is retiring.
“Though Representative Toth has only announced his candidacy within the past few days, YCT is pleased to provide this early endorsement. Representative Toth had a great first session in the Texas House, earning one of the top scores on our ratings and landing on our Honor Roll for the 83rd,” said YCT State Chairman Jeff Morris. “We are excited for him to bring a strong, principled conservative influence to the Texas Senate.”
Rep. Toth currently serves in the Texas House as the representative from District 15. He and his wife Babette, along with their daughter and two sons, are residents of The Woodlands.
“Based on Representative Toth’s stellar performance during the 83rd Legislative session, we are confident that he will provide a much needed conservative voice in the Texas Senate,” said Jenna White, YCT Executive Director. “The voters of SD 4 need a principled Senator who will stand up for their conservative values. We firmly believe Toth will more than fill that void.”
Representative Toth said, “I’m so pleased to have the support of Young Conservatives of Texas, as they are known for endorsing the most conservative candidate in a Republican primary. I look forward to working with them to advance the principles of freedom, liberty, and limited government.”
Young Conservatives of Texas is a non-partisan organization that has promoted conservatism at universities across the Lone Star State for over three decades. The State’s most active political youth organization, YCT is composed of hundreds of members and alumni who participate in the full spectrum of politics. YCT issues the most respected ratings of the Texas legislature and is the only conservative group to have done so without interruption over the past 20 legislative sessions. For more information about YCT, please visit .