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Ethics and Transparency

Mayes has been working tirelessly with Commissioners Court in Chambers County to pass ethics rules, which prohibit government officials from profiting off the taxpayer.

Immigration Enforcement

The security of our state, its citizens, and its economy should be our government’s #1 priority. We need to enforce immigration laws and secure our border.

Property Tax Relief

It is essential that we stop runaway growth in Texas’ property tax system, eventually abolishing such taxes, because Texans don’t need to be paying rent to the government.

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2 days ago

Mayes Middleton

Texas decisively secured its independence from Mexico on this day in 1836 when the Texian army defeated General Antonio López de Santa Anna's forces at the Battle of San Jacinto. The spirit of that day is still alive and well, but we must continue the fight to preserve our Texas values of life, liberty and property that our ancestors were willing to put absolutely everything on the line for on April 21, 1836. God Bless Texas! ...

Texas decisively secured its independence from Mexico on this day in 1836 when the Texian army defeated General Antonio López de Santa Annas forces at the Battle of San Jacinto. The spirit of that day is still alive and well, but we must continue the fight to preserve our Texas values of life, liberty and property that our ancestors were willing to put absolutely everything on the line for on April 21, 1836.  God Bless Texas!

 

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Happy Birthday Texas.

When I walk where Crocket walked, or Bowie breathed his last Where they stayed and stood, as they could see, the Reaper riding fast That hallowed ground where Esparza, and young Espalier died That self-same soil where families knelt and new-made widows cried The place where heroes bodies burned, and Angels softly wept Where dear bought days meant Texas lived, while Santa Anna slept My eyes fill with tears of pride, my heart within me burns My thoughts, my dreams, and all I am, ever homeward turns To Texas! To Texas! Those patriots of Alamo were Texas’ Spartan band They gave their all so we could live, and love, in Freedom’s land Those Sacred walls, those cobble stones, and every open space Serve to mark where they last stood, and fell in God’s good Grace We owe these men to serve as well, to stand, and never quake To give our all for Freedom! If “all” is what it takes! To Travis, McCoy, and Dickinson, To Losoya, and all the rest We must pledge our Texan Hearts and Lives, and all that we love best! For Texas! For Texas! To gaze across the Trinity, from Anahuac on the Bay Where the first man died for Texas, but freedom won the day Patrick Jack and Travis, helpless both and bound, Muskets aimed at each man’s heart, staked out on the ground Called for Johnson to attack even if they fell To call the tyrant’s bluff, and send Bradburn straight to hell For Texas! For Texas! The time may come again, and soon, to heed the bugle call Remember then those bodies burned outside those hallowed walls Alamo! Goliad!, Coledo Creek!, let their mem’ry never fade; Yes! Remember every Texan, and the sacrifice they made! For Texas! For Texas! Those souls who rest in God’s strong arms look down at us today! Dare we say, “I’M TEXAN!”, if we give it all away? The freedom bought with Texan blood on the fields of Texas then Should be as dear to us today as it was to these brave men! The liberty so dearly bought, should be of no less worth Than its value was when their life’s blood watered Texas earth! So, steel your hearts, hone your blade, and keep your powder dry Those who walk this hallowed ground will once more hear the cry, FOR TEXAS! FOR TEXAS!!! Marvin Tyson.

Whoop!!!! Not let's protect it from the dems!

Yeah and to think it's all started with a gun ban. Liberals y'all better watch out

God Bless Texas!

Wow and they haven’t ever recovered!

texas is my kinda state...do not mess with us...

Glad to see you are attuned to what happened back when men were men and we're willing to stand up for the right of Texas to be free help stop bush from destroying the Alamo k.b.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TEXAS

God Bless Texas

Thanks for the reminder. I felt today was an important date, but was engrossed in Bar’s funeral.

On this day in 1994 Alex Brown was born. I do hope to be as mature as she is one day.

I miss my Texas!!!!

God Bless Texas and stop the Mexican invasion, they're trying to take it back.

Don’t mess with Texas

i am from california and i believe the best decision my parents made was by moving us to the lone star state,LOVE YOU FELLOW TEXANS!

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5 days ago

Mayes Middleton

Congratulations to the Kiwanis Club of Galveston on the success of their Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament. The tournament raises funds for college scholarships for high school seniors in Galveston. I'm proud to sponsor the Kiwanis Club's efforts to give more teens the opportunity to receive post-secondary education. ...

7 days ago

Mayes Middleton

Great to be a part of the 1st annual Crawfish Boil benefiting Resolve It, a non-profit organization that helps to address the mental health needs of abused and neglected children. Special thanks to the Clear Lake Shores Civic Club for sponsoring this event. ...

Great to be a part of the 1st annual Crawfish Boil benefiting Resolve It, a non-profit organization that helps to address the mental health needs of abused and neglected children. Special thanks to the Clear Lake Shores Civic Club for sponsoring this event.Image attachmentImage attachment

1 week ago

Mayes Middleton

Fun night at Barbers Hill Pilot Club Gala raising money for Traumatic Brain Injury camps. I won an America flag made out of red, white, and blue shotgun shells! ...

Fun night at Barbers Hill Pilot Club Gala raising money for Traumatic Brain Injury camps. I won an America flag made out of red, white, and blue shotgun shells!Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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If that is Sylvia and Hawthorne, you are embracing some subversive hombres. Remember Mayes, NO POLITICS!

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2 weeks ago

Mayes Middleton

Glad to be joined by Jimmy Gore and David McNeely to recognize Chambers County teachers for their work with children as CASA volunteers at the Lone Star Guardian Banquet and Dinner! ...

Glad to be joined by Jimmy Gore and David McNeely to recognize Chambers County teachers for their work with children as CASA volunteers at the Lone Star Guardian Banquet and Dinner!Image attachmentImage attachment

ABOUT MAYES



Mayes is President of Middleton Oil Company, an independent oil and gas company that operates over 65 wells in South Texas and along the Gulf Coast, and is engaged in joint exploration ventures with other oil and gas companies. In addition to his work in the oil and gas industry, Mayes also runs his ranching, cattle, and farming operations in Chambers, Liberty, Jefferson, Kimble, and Webb Counties.

As a conservative businessman, Mayes thoroughly believes in being involved in his community. Currently, he serves on the Board of Directors of First Liberty National Bank, the Chambers County Museum at Wallisville, and the Galveston Island Pachyderms Club, and recently served on the Board of Texas Public Policy Foundation, Empower Texans Foundation, and the Executive Committee of Texas Business Leadership Council.

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