Current Texas Department of Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples made a campaign stop in Tyler Tuesday morning, as part of his 50 city bus tour across the state. Staples, who is running for Lieutenant Governor, spoke to a small group of supporters, who called him a proven and consistent conservative leader.
Among the topics addressed were tax cuts and improving border security, an issue he has made one of the focuses of his campaign.
"This is a fight for our future," Staples said.
Staples said he will fight for limited government, calling it a necessity for the success of the state.
Staples will also make stops in Longview, Carthage, Henderson and Palestine on Tuesday. You can find his complete schedule here.
Tuesday, August 26 2014 5:57 AM EDT2014-08-26 09:57:06 GMT
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