October 15, 2012

League City– The Weber for Congress campaign introduced their Educators for Weber coalition in Friendswood today at the Dunn Bros. Coffeehouse with teachers and administrators from across the 14th Congressional District.

“I am not running for Congress because I want to participate in a large federal bureaucracy, that shackles Texas educators,” said Randy Weber.  “I am running because I want to reduce that bureaucracy, and free our educators to give our children the best education that they can receive.”

“Education is the key to our children’s success,” said Brenda Weber, teacher of 26 years and Chair of the Educators for Weber coalition, “I am extremely passionate about education and equally as passionate about my husband’s campaign for Congress. I believe that we have two choices on November 6th. We can choose the current tax and spend path that promotes bigger government and reckless spending or we can choose the more conservative path, the path my husband is fighting for, that will promote lower taxes, decreasing our troublesome debt, and getting Texans back to work. I know he will fight to make our education system the best in the world and fight to get America back on track.”