I appreciative Wayne Faircloth for offering himself for re-election as state representative, Texas House District 23. I personally endorse him and advocate that all qualified voters in District 23 vote for him.

Among many important qualifications that I can attest to about his candidacy are:

He is a righteous, fair, honest and trustworthy man; he has many years of successful experience in the insurance business and; during those years, he acquired extensive knowledge to serve his constituents.

Further, he has experience to know the legislative system and how it should be used to protect constituents.

Of particular advantage to coastal constituents, he is steeped in the knowledge of matters involving the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association.

I had met Faircloth working on TWIA issues, years before he first offered to serve as a member of the Legislature. I was grateful then for his work and advice during my years as chairman of the Galveston Windstorm Action Committee, and I am even more thankful for his effective service as a legislator. We need him.

Lee Otis Zapp Jr.

Chair, Galveston Windstorm Action Committee, 1986-2015


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PD Hyatt

Faircloth might meet with people like you over the Totally Worthless Insurance Agency, but for the little guy he could care less... You might be able to count the ways to see him re-elected many of us see many more reasons to see Middleton take his place....

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