Liz Case: Republican for Texas State Representative House District 71

Liz Case is a descendant of Lt. Col. William B. Travis, former educator, rancher, Christ follower, and lifelong conservative Republican activist and volunteer.

The spirit of Texas runs deep in Liz Case’s blood, and throughout her life she has dedicated her time, talents, and treasures to conservative causes and candidates. Born and raised in this great state, Liz descends from the legendary William B. Travis, the commander of Alamo who famously proclaimed “Victory OR Death” in the face of overwhelming odds against Santa Anna’s Mexican forces.

What happened in 1836 at the Alamo is still alive in Texas today. The spirit of freedom and individual liberty that William Travis and others died for is an undeniable part of what makes Texas a unique land even within the greatest country in the world.

Liz Case has embodied that spirit through a life of service to her community, to her state, and to her nation.

At the age of sixteen, Liz was moved to enter politics because of the growing Pro-Life Movement. After watching a film about the horrors of abortion, she prayed God would use her to save precious unborn lives.

Soon after, Liz was chosen by the Leadership Institute to work on the campaign of Republican Congressman Stan Paris in Virginia. She has been giving her time, talent, and treasure to advance life, and the conservative values of the Republican Party ever since, working and volunteering on everything from local to national races across the country.

During her time involved in Republican politics, she has served in many official party capacities. Since 2000, Liz has been chosen by Republican Party of Texas leadership to serve on key committees helping craft the party’s rules, legislative priorities, and platform.

Liz began engaging with the Texas Legislature in 2015 with a focus on protecting our state’s rich history and monuments, specifically the preservation of the Alamo and the Cenotaph, a sacred memorial to fallen soldiers like William B. Travis.

Since then, she has continued to work with Republican elected officials to advance the conservative agenda of Texas, focusing on education, election integrity, border security, ending taxpayer-funded lobbying, and transportation. Liz proudly worked to pass the Save Women’s Sports bill the last two sessions, honoring her three daughters and all the women across this state who are being sacrificed at the altar of Woke Insanity.

While Liz worked as a Constituent Relations Director for Phil Gramm, she has spent most of her professional life in education and comes from a long line of educators, including her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.

Liz currently serves as the Vice President of Legislation and Programs for the Abilene Republican Women and has attended the Texas Federation of Republican Women state and national conventions. She also currently serves as the Head of Programs for the Taylor County Republican Party, and Vice President of Programs of Big County Country Conservative Coalition.

Liz is married to her wonderful husband Dan and their family includes seven children and two grandchildren (so far!). Liz and Dan attend Abilene Bible Church.

GOV. GREG ABBOTT ENDORSES LIZ CASE FOR HD 71!

Liz Case: Republican for Texas State Representative House District 71

Liz Case is a descendant of Lt. Col. William B. Travis, former educator, rancher, Christ follower, and lifelong conservative Republican activist and volunteer.

The spirit of Texas runs deep in Liz Case’s blood, and throughout her life she has dedicated her time, talents, and treasures to conservative causes and candidates. Born and raised in this great state, Liz descends from the legendary William B. Travis, the commander of Alamo who famously proclaimed “Victory OR Death” in the face of overwhelming odds against Santa Anna’s Mexican forces.

What happened in 1836 at the Alamo is still alive in Texas today. The spirit of freedom and individual liberty that William Travis and others died for is an undeniable part of what makes Texas a unique land even within the greatest country in the world.

Liz Case has embodied that spirit through a life of service to her community, to her state, and to her nation.

At the age of sixteen, Liz was moved to enter politics because of the growing Pro-Life Movement. After watching a film about the horrors of abortion, she prayed God would use her to save precious unborn lives.

Soon after, Liz was chosen by the Leadership Institute to work on the campaign of Republican Congressman Stan Paris in Virginia. She has been giving her time, talent, and treasure to advance life, and the conservative values of the Republican Party ever since, working and volunteering on everything from local to national races across the country.

During her time involved in Republican politics, she has served in many official party capacities. Since 2000, Liz has been chosen by Republican Party of Texas leadership to serve on key committees helping craft the party’s rules, legislative priorities, and platform.

Liz began engaging with the Texas Legislature in 2015 with a focus on protecting our state’s rich history and monuments, specifically the preservation of the Alamo and the Cenotaph, a sacred memorial to fallen soldiers like William B. Travis.

Since then, she has continued to work with Republican elected officials to advance the conservative agenda of Texas, focusing on education, election integrity, border security, ending taxpayer-funded lobbying, and transportation. Liz proudly worked to pass the Save Women’s Sports bill the last two sessions, honoring her three daughters and all the women across this state who are being sacrificed at the altar of Woke Insanity.

While Liz worked as a Constituent Relations Director for Phil Gramm, she has spent most of her professional life in education and comes from a long line of educators, including her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.

Liz currently serves as the Vice President of Legislation and Programs for the Abilene Republican Women and has attended the Texas Federation of Republican Women state and national conventions. She also currently serves as the Head of Programs for the Taylor County Republican Party, and Vice President of Programs of Big County Country Conservative Coalition.

Liz is married to her wonderful husband Dan and their family includes seven children and two grandchildren (so far!). Liz and Dan attend Abilene Bible Church.

GOV. GREG ABBOTT ENDORSES LIZ CASE FOR HD 71!

Liz Case:
Republican for Texas State Representative House District 71

Liz Case is a descendant of Lt. Col. William B. Travis, former educator, rancher, Christ follower, and lifelong conservative Republican activist and volunteer.

The spirit of Texas runs deep in Liz Case’s blood, and throughout her life she has dedicated her time, talents, and treasures to conservative causes and candidates. Born and raised in this great state, Liz descends from the legendary William B. Travis, the commander of Alamo who famously proclaimed “Victory OR Death” in the face of overwhelming odds against Santa Anna’s Mexican forces.

What happened in 1836 at the Alamo is still alive in Texas today. The spirit of freedom and individual liberty that William Travis and others died for is an undeniable part of what makes Texas a unique land even within the greatest country in the world.

Liz Case has embodied that spirit through a life of service to her community, to her state, and to her nation.

At the age of sixteen, Liz was moved to enter politics because of the growing Pro-Life Movement. After watching a film about the horrors of abortion, she prayed God would use her to save precious unborn lives.

Soon after, Liz was chosen by the Leadership Institute to work on the campaign of Republican Congressman Stan Paris in Virginia. She has been giving her time, talent, and treasure to advance life, and the conservative values of the Republican Party ever since, working and volunteering on everything from local to national races across the country.

During her time involved in Republican politics, she has served in many official party capacities. Since 2000, Liz has been chosen by Republican Party of Texas leadership to serve on key committees helping craft the party’s rules, legislative priorities, and platform.

Liz began engaging with the Texas Legislature in 2015 with a focus on protecting our state’s rich history and monuments, specifically the preservation of the Alamo and the Cenotaph, a sacred memorial to fallen soldiers like William B. Travis.

Since then, she has continued to work with Republican elected officials to advance the conservative agenda of Texas, focusing on education, election integrity, border security, ending taxpayer-funded lobbying, and transportation. Liz proudly worked to pass the Save Women’s Sports bill the last two sessions, honoring her three daughters and all the women across this state who are being sacrificed at the altar of Woke Insanity.

While Liz worked as a Constituent Relations Director for Phil Gramm, she has spent most of her professional life in education and comes from a long line of educators, including her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.

Liz currently serves as the Vice President of Legislation and Programs for the Abilene Republican Women and has attended the Texas Federation of Republican Women state and national conventions. She also currently serves as the Head of Programs for the Taylor County Republican Party, and Vice President of Programs of Big County Country Conservative Coalition.

Liz is married to her wonderful husband Dan and their family includes seven children and two grandchildren (so far!). Liz and Dan attend Abilene Bible Church.

The Issues

A nation without borders is no nation at all.

Since our current Rep. Stan Lambert has been in office, 9,190,811 illegal immigrants have been apprehended at our southern border. And those are just the ones we know about.

As your state representative, I will draw a line in the sand on this issue. I will not compromise on this critical issue of safety and national sovereignty with the federal government or the Democrats.

Our current crop of leaders have failed. We must do more as a state to secure our border, and as your next state representative, I will make securing our border my top priority.

Truly owning our property is one of the most foundational rights in a free society.

While our elected officials continue to proclaim that they have passed the “largest property tax cut in history,” we the people are left asking, “Where’s the relief?”

Despite these claims, property taxes continue to rise and are strangling HD 71 property owners. Our system of property taxation is fundamentally broken and state lawmakers have failed to address the elephant in the room: runaway, unaccountable appraisals.

As your next state representative, my focus will be on reforming our system of appraisal and ensuring that no one—especially our seniors, farmers and ranchers, and small businesses—are never taxed out of their property.

As a former public school teacher, I have firsthand knowledge and insight into education in Texas. We must return to the schoolhouse being a place of academic learning and empower parents to make the best choices for their children.

I completely support full, universal, and true education freedom that allows American citizens to receive a portion of their tax dollars back to educate their child however they deem appropriate—without any religious discrimination or strings attached from the government!

But I also recognize that of the 5.4 million Texas school children, the vast majority will always be educated in our public schools, so we must invest in addressing the problems that are currently destroying their academic opportunities and character.

As your next state representative, I am going to lean into solving the problems plaguing our public schools. We have teachers socially transitioning children, Critical Race Theory masquerading as so-called “Social Emotional Learning,” and an absolute epidemic of adults having inappropriate and scandalous relationships with children and minors.

Nothing is more important than fair, free, and secure elections.

Election fraud is not a victimless crime. Every illegal vote cancels out the legal and legitimate vote of an American citizen. I cannot think of a worse betrayal of the ideals of this nation and of the sacrifice countless men and women have made to ensure our enduring right to vote.

When I am elected, I will work to institute commonsense reforms such as ensuring that every voting machine in Texas has both digital and paper records, conducting periodic and universal cleanup of voter rolls across the state, and fighting against any effort to federalize our system of elections.

The right to life is the foundational right from which all other rights derive.

In a post Dobbs world, pro-life Texans must be more vigilant than ever at preserving the progress we’ve made and continue to push for a strong culture of life that promotes and protects our most vulnerable: the unborn.

As the representative for House District 71, I will push to make adoptions easier for both the expectant mother and the adopting family, support young single mothers during their pregnancy, and ensure we promote the sanctity and beauty of all life in our public schools and public spaces.

The battle for the hearts and minds of our children is the most important battle in Texas today.

For decades, the Left has waged a long march through the institutions of America, slowly hijacking our media and systems of education. Now, the Left has set about taking over the boardrooms of corporate America. The assault on our culture is unrelenting.

I am a proud culture warrior. I started working down in Austin to protect our state’s amazing history and our monuments. I will never stop defending Texas and what makes us special.

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The following HD 71 Conservative & Faith Leaders endorse Liz Case:

Dale Morrison, Taylor County Republican Leader
Drs. Lynn and Rich Sanders, Taylor County Precinct Chair
Marta Hollowell, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair
Teresa Mattingly-Clouse, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair
Marcus and Shirley Anderson, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair
Patrick and Tammy Fogle, Directors, Taylor County Republican Party
Darla Avery Keeling, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair
Tia Throop, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair
Eric and Jo Bengs, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair
Rev. Dr. D. A. Yuan, Pastor Abilene Bible Church*
Kay Preston, Member, Taylor County Republican Party
Ryan Goodwin, Member Taylor County Republican Party
Jim and Becky Gingrich, Member, Taylor County Republican Party
Marie Nuhn, Abilene Republican Women
Edna Core, Buffalo Gap Republican Women
Beverly Hunt, Abilene Republican

Donald Osborne, Buffalo Gap Republican

*Church listed only for identification purposes

The following State/U.S. Conservative Leaders endorse Liz Case:

President Donald J. Trump

Gov. Greg Abbott

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz

Attorney General Ken Paxton

JoAnn Fleming, Executive Director, Grassroots America – We the People PAC
 Cindi Castilla, Eagle Forum PAC 

Tom Mechler, Former Chairman, Republican Party of Texas
Robert Pratt, Host of Pratt on Texas
Julie Pickren, Member, State Board of Education
Mark Lee Dickson, Director, Right to Life of East Texas, Founder, Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn
Rick Green, Former State Representative, Founder & President, Patriot Academy
Martha Fiero, Houston Director, Hispanic Action Network

Matt Patrick, SREC SD 16
Susan Fountain, SREC SD 16
Anne Newman, Speak Up Texas
Ruth York, Cisco T-Party
Eddie Dees, Dallas GOP Precinct Chair
Diane Dees, TFRW Deputy President Region IV
Rhonda Marquat, RPT Legislative Priority Committee Member
Pastor Martha Fiero, Texas Rotunda Prayer & Worship Hispanic Action Network
Kathaleen Wall, Grassroots Leader
Rebecca Gingrich, Abilene Republican
James Gingrich, Abilene Republican
Pastor Richard Vega
Pastor Israel Martinez
Bonnie Wallace
Marilyn Vornkahl
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The following HD 71 Conservative & Faith Leaders endorse Liz Case:

Dale Morrison, Taylor County Republican Leader

Drs. Lynn and Rich Sanders, Taylor County Precinct Chair

Marta Hollowell, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair

Teresa Mattingly-Clouse, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair

Marcus and Shirley Anderson, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair

Patrick and Tammy Fogle, Directors, Taylor County Republican Party

Darla Avery Keeling, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair

Tia Throop, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair

Eric and Jo Bengs, Taylor County GOP Precinct Chair

Rev. Dr. D. A. Yuan, Pastor Abilene Bible Church*

Kay Preston, Member, Taylor County Republican Party

Ryan Goodwin, Member Taylor County Republican Party

Jim and Becky Gingrich, Member, Taylor County Republican Party

Marie Nuhn, Abilene Republican Women

Edna Core, Buffalo Gap Republican Women

Beverly Hunt, Abilene Republican
 

Donald Osborne, Buffalo Gap Republican

*Church listed for identification purposes

The following State Conservative Leaders endorse Liz Case:

President Donald J. Trump

Gov. Greg Abbott

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz

Attorney General Ken Paxton

JoAnn Fleming, Executive Director, Grassroots America – We the People PAC

Cindi Castilla, Eagle Forum PAC

Tom Mechler, Former Chairman, Republican Party of Texas

Robert Pratt, Host of Pratt on Texas

Julie Pickren, Member, State Board of Education

Mark Lee Dickson, Director, Right to Life of East Texas, Founder, Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn

Rick Green, Former State Representative, Founder & President, Patriot Academy

Martha Fiero, Houston Director, Hispanic Action Network

Matt Patrick, SREC SD 16

Susan Fountain, SREC SD 16

Anne Newman, Speak Up Texas

Ruth York, Cisco T-Party

Eddie Dees, Dallas GOP Precinct Chair

Diane Dees, TFRW Deputy President Region IV

Rhonda Marquat, RPT Legislative Priority Committee Member

Pastor Martha Fiero, Texas Rotunda Prayer & Worship Hispanic Action Network

Kathaleen Wall, Grassroots Leader

Rebecca Gingrich, Abilene Republican

James Gingrich, Abilene Republican

Pastor Richard Vega

Pastor Israel Martinez

Bonnie Wallace

Marilyn Vornkahl

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