Representative Steve Toth for State Senate

By: Shelley Rollins
| Published 11/12/2013


MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas – Earning yet another major conservative endorsement, Republican candidate for Texas SenateSteve Toth today announced the endorsement of Texas Right to Life PAC, Texas’ largest pro-life advocacy organization.

Texas Right to Life PAC endorses Representative Steve Toth

Texas Right to Life President Dr. Joseph Graham stated, “We are pleased to endorse Rep. Steve Toth, a man of integrity who we know can always be trusted to defend the sanctity of life—even in the back rooms where our bills are often watered-down and sold out. In Steve Toth, the dying, the disabled, and the unborn will have a true champion for life. Steve Toth is more than a pro-life vote; he is a proven leader and fighter for the cause, which is what we need in the State Senate.”

In response to the endorsement, Toth said, “I am honored that Texas Right to Life has recognized my strong leadership and commitment to protecting unborn children. I will continue to fight and be the voice for those who have no voice and an advocate for those who cannot defend themselves. I am humbled by this endorsement and look forward to continue the fight to preserve a culture of life in Texas.”

Today’s endorsement adds to the continual growing list of endorsements and supporters that already announced their support for Toth’s Senate bid. Rep. Toth has previously earned the endorsement of conservative stalwarts Cathie Adams, President, Texas Eagle Forum* and Former Chairman, Republican Party of Texas; Tim Lambert, Former Republican National Committeeman and Chairman of the Texas Home School Coalition PAC; Michelle Smith, State Director of Concerned Women for America of Texas*; and Rick Green of WallBuilders*. Green is also a former state representative, candidate for Texas Supreme Court, and president of the Torch of Freedom* Foundation. Toth has also been endorsed by Young Conservatives of Texas and the Montgomery County Tea Party.

Rep. Toth has previously announced support from local Republicans, including: State Republican Executive Committee members Mark Ramsey and Valoree Swanson, as well as Montgomery County Precinct Chairs James Byers, Kevin Williams, Keith Wagner, Patricia Carr, Mark Cole, Lee Helstrom, and Kristi Van Eaton.

During his first session, Rep. Toth built a stellar conservative voting record. He was named a “Taxpayer Champion” by earning an 'A' score from Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, and was named a “Courageous Conservative” by the Texas Conservative Coalition. Additionally, Rep. Toth was named a 'Top Rated Conservative” by the Texas Eagle Forum and earned a 100% rating from Concerned Women for America of Texas. He was also named a pro-life champion by Texas Right to Life, and, based on his strong conservative voting record, Rep. Toth was one of only 12 legislators named to the
Young Conservatives of Texas “Honor Roll” for the legislative session.

*Organization listed for identification purposes only
Pol. Adv. Paid for by Steve Toth Campaign, P.O. Box 133274, The Woodlands, TX, 77389, Rita Miller, Treasurer

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