Thomas McNutt believes if we wish to remain a nation of laws, then we must protect our borders and enforce existing immigration laws. Thomas will continue to support the end of sanctuary cities by allowing local law enforcement officials to ask about a person’s citizenship status when they are arrested or pulled over for a traffic violation, and he will ensure that taxpayer dollars are NOT being handed out as welfare to individuals who have entered our state illegally because subsidizing illegal immigrants wastes tax dollars that would otherwise be used to help support and educate Texas citizens.
Thomas McNutt is not a career politician and does not ever intend to be. Like our founding father’s he believes that public service should be a calling, not a career. That’s why he supports term limits on elected officeholders and will fight to pass them in the Texas legislature.
Coming from a large family of educators, Thomas McNutt believes we need to fight to strengthen and support our schools. He’ll work to ensure that our schools have the resources they need, that our teachers are fairly paid and free to do their jobs, and that local communities are in control. He’ll keep Common Core out of our schools and make sure teachers are empowered to teach kids to succeed at life, not just tests.
Our shared values are what make Texas great. Thomas is a strong supporter of the Second Amendment and the right to bear arms and will fight efforts to usurp our rights. He is proudly pro-life and will continue his work to protect the lives of the unborn. And he will prohibit men and boys from entering the restrooms, locker rooms, and showers of women and girls in public schools and state and local government buildings.
Thomas McNutt believes we need to maintain a business friendly economic environment. As Vice President of Collin Street Bakery in Corsicana, Thomas McNutt will take his business experience to Austin to reduce regulatory hurdles and taxes so more jobs can be created.
Spending & Taxes
Thomas McNutt will protect taxpayers by opposing un-funded government mandates. To better protect property owners, he will bring transparency and accountability to the property tax and appraisal process, and he will work to require cities and other local governments to get voter approval in an election if they attempt to increase property tax bills by more than 4%.
Great things can happen when we join together!