Endorsed by Ted Cruz

Steve Huebert is proud to announce that he has been endorsed by Senator Ted Cruz.

The following is an excerpt from www.Cruz.Senate.gov.

In 2012, Ted Cruz was elected as the 34th U.S. Senator from Texas. A passionate fighter for limited government, economic growth, and the Constitution, Ted won a decisive victory in both the Republican primary and the general election, despite having never before been elected to office.

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Voting Record

As your State Representative, Steve Huebert has…

  • Fought for increased government transparency and accountability.
  • Sponsored “Jodi’s Law” to protect victims of stalking.
  • Voted for increased funding for area schools.
  • Voted for property tax relief for hardworking Kansans.
  • Voted to protect the second amendment rights of gun owners.

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Kansas Values

When Steve Huebert talks about protecting Kansas values it isn’t empty campaign rhetoric; its a heartfelt commitment to preserving the heritage, culture and community standards that make Kansas great.

Steve knows the strength of Kansas lies within its citizens; in their communities, churches, schools and most of all, in the traditions passed down from generation to generation.

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Education

Education matters to Steve Huebert. Parents and teachers work hard to make sure children receive a world-class education. Our children deserve a State Representative who will work just as hard.

Steve Huebert is committed to improving our schools by rewarding excellent educators and providing targeted tax credits for teachers.

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Schools

As your Representative, Steve Huebert has proven he can be trusted to stand up for Kansas kids. As a father and grandfather, nothing is more important to Steve Huebert than a strong education. In the Kansas House, Steve has fought to properly fund our schools while working to direct more of education tax dollars into the classroom.

While a good start, Steve won’t be satisfied by simply increasing funding.

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