Michael Monreal, GOP candidate for Texas House District 31 has signed The Texas Conservative Pledge.
“The Texas Conservative Pledge is a solemn framework for candidates to truly understand the commitments they are making to their constituents. It is a comprehensive collection of Conservative platform pledges that the candidate initials to formalize their commitments. As a Conservative, this highlights what I truly believe in and will fight for in the State Legislature.,” stated Monreal when asked why she signed The Texas Conservative Pledge.
“Captain Mike Monreal (U.S. Navy – Retired), is a decorated combat veteran and a solid Texas conservative with impressive leadership skills. His commitment to Texas Conservative values is readily evident in his professional and personal life. His leadership is sorely needed in Austin to protect the values Texans hold dear – and will fight to ensure our God-given liberties,” said David Roberts, Director of Texans for True Conservatives.
Monreal is a retired Navy Captain and professional engineer who graduated from Texas A&M (Class of ’91). A lifelong Republican and member of the NRA, he has been married 32 years with four daughters and four grandsons. Monreal is committed to Life, stopping the surge of illegals on our border, cutting taxes and regulations and opposing critical race theory being taught in schools.
Texas House District 31 includes Brooks, Duval, Jim Hogg, Karnes, Kenedy, La Salle, Live Oak, McMullen, Starr, Wilson and Zapata counties in South Texas.
About The Pledge
The Texans for True Conservatives PAC (a Super Pac) was formed to support “real” Texas Constitutional Conservatives who are dedicated to honoring their pledge to true conservative values at the local, state, and federal levels. The TexasCPAC will hold all candidates who pledge to strict adherence to their pledge in their individual voting records, as well as expose candidates who did not “pledge” and who are not likely to uphold our conservative Texas values.
Visit our Endorsed Candidates page to find out what Texas candidates are “true” conservatives.