FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, July 19, 2017
CONTACT: Mayes Middleton
WALLISVILLE, TEXAS – Mayes Middleton, a conservative Republican businessman, has released his first campaign financial report.
Middleton said in a statement: “I am truly humbled by the display of support and enthusiasm for a message of putting liberty into action and bringing power back to the people of Galveston and Chambers Counties. For years, Texas House District 23 has been represented by Austin lobbyists, not you, the taxpayers and voters.”
In less than 30 days, my campaign received contributions from over 240 individuals. And I am proud that none of the money I raised came from political committees or special-interest lobby groups in Austin.
While taxpayers and voters showed up in droves to demand action and support a message of freedom and tax relief, my opponent raised over half of his money from political committees and lobby groups, but only had three in-district donations.
The early take-aways are clear. First, the people of Texas and House District 23 trust an experienced oil and gas businessman who fights to represent them with conservative principles in Austin. Second, the current holder of the House District 23 seat shows, yet again, that he is controlled and funded by Austin special interests, not you, the taxpayers and voters.
Mayes Middleton, along with his wife, Macy, and two sons, Connor and Christian, live in Wallisville, Texas. 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, as well as participating in exploration ventures with other oil and gas companies. In addition to his work in the oil and gas industry, Mayes also runs ranching, cattle, and farming operations in Chambers and surrounding counties. For more information please visit www.mayesmiddleton.com.
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Political Advertisement by Middleton for State Representative, J.P. Bryan, Treasurer.
PO Box 300
Wallisville, Texas 77597