TAG Endorsements for City Council

On Monday, March 26th TAG members voted and we are proud to announce the following endorsements for Austin City Council:

Mayor- Clay Defoe
Place 2- Laura Pressley
Place 5- John Duffy
Place 6- Shaun Ireland

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Texans for Accountable Government (TAG) is a non-partisan Political Action Committee headquartered in Central Texas. TAG was formed with the ambition of reigning in the intrusive and expanding reach of government which threatens to invade every facet of our lives. Our ambition is to put the reins of government back into the hands of individual American citizens; allowing us to once again run our own lives.

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4 Responses to TAG Endorsements for City Council

  1. It would be interesting to see a few words of explanation for your endorsements. In particular, I am quite keen to learn why you endorsed John Duffy, a man who (according to his own website) “opposes representative government” and “considers cities unsustainable”.

  2. Why Clay Defoe over Brigid Shea? I completely adore Laura Pressley she’s really best and a good human being for sure! I just wonder why not Brigid Shea for mayor I personally think she’s amazing (was it one of those really close ones?). Thanks. Yes I agree with the previous commentator that it would be interesting, or, what I mean to say, is more like “helpful” to see a few words of explanation for your endorsements. Thanks!

    • didn’t mean to put helpful in quotation marks lol. it really would be helpful. hope everyone is well. peace.

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