BREAKING: Texas parents vote to secure conservative school board majorities

Patriot Mobile Action PAC helped parents in these districts successfully fight against leftist organizations

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal QC
Elections on May 6, 2023, saw several school boards across Texas secure conservative leadership for their districts. 

Patriot Mobile Action PAC helped parents in these districts successfully fight against leftist organizations and secured more logic-based teachings in schools.

One district that saw new leadership elected was the Southlake Carroll Independent School District (CISD), which, according to a statement released by the PMA PAC, has been embroiled in a three-year battle to secure conservative trustees. 

"In 2020, the Covid school closures opened parents’ eyes to alarming indoctrinating curriculum in schools across America. Southlake, Texas was ground zero for the unmasking of racist Critical Race Theory infiltration and efforts toward the sexualization of students. National news hit pieces, meant to chill Southlake parents’ speech, had the reverse effect, and ignited a nationwide movement of mama bears and papa bears willing to enter the political arena to reclaim parental rights and remind the government that big brother doesn’t own their children," the statement says.

Another district that saw a significant victory was the Keller Independent School District (KISD). 

The statement continues: "These victories are especially impressive, considering the multiple well-funded leftist nonprofit organizations pouring untraceable money into activism, full page advertisements and even television commercials against conservative candidates.

"In the scandal plagued Houston, known for liberal leadership, and underperforming schools that are currently tied up in the courts, two conservative trustee candidates won seats on the Houston ISD School Board. The Katy, Texas, conservative grassroots won a major victory in winning a conservative majority to the Katy school board. Katy ISD is one of the largest districts in the state of Texas."

As proof this is an unending battle, the victories Saturday night were not all conservatives. McKinney, Frisco, and Fort Worth experienced disappointing losses for conservatives fighting to better their districts for all students.

"My hat is off to these conservative parents working so hard to make a better school system for all Texas children," said Patriot Mobile Action Executive Director, Leigh Wambsganss. "These conservative parents are driven by their natural parental protective instincts and their love and patriotism for this great country. We are humbled to witness their selfless sacrifice and honored to stand with them in this never-ending battle for the hearts and minds of Texas children."

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