Editors Note: Chris Russell is the current President of NESA and a past president of TBFAA & NTAA. He was named the TBFAA Person of the Year in 2012 and the FARA W. Rex Bell Associate Member of the Year Award in 2006.
9.24.21 – CARROLLTON, TEXAS, EINPresswire.com/
Chris Russell, the owner of a security and fire alarm company, and the President of one of the oldest Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) in Texas announced today he is running for the open District-12 Senate seat currently held by Jane Nelson. “We are fortunate to have the ‘Iron-Lady’ in Texas politics represent us,” said Russell. “It is my goal to serve with the same distinction, work ethic, and values she has brought to the job,” he continued.
“It is time for sound citizen representation in Austin,” Said Russell I am in tune with hard-working Texans, a Constitutional Conservative. My worldview is genuine. It’s time to bring family, friends, and neighbors back together, and not be divisive in the process.”— Chris Russell
Mr. Russell has represented citizens in city halls all across Texas and in the Legislature. His peers selected him to help draft and negotiate responsible ordinances and state code that is fair to industries and consumers for over twenty years. “There are two parts to be an effective representative.” said Russell, “You must listen to those you represent and dig into the deep details that no one reads about. That is the hard work District-12 will be asking me to do. I am willing and capable for the task.”
When asked why he should be elected, Russell said, “Because I am in tune with hard-working Texans. As a Constitutional Conservative that has never before run for public office, my worldview is genuine. I am a diplomat and straightforward. It’s time to bring family, friends, and neighbors back together. We can do this with open, honest, and dignified communication that doesn’t have to be divisive in the process.”