Ryan Ray For State Representative District 96
As a school board member and tax attorney, Ryan has a unique perspective on school funding, and understands the burden property taxpayers are feelings because of failed leadership in Austin. Ryan has fought to ensure that students in his district receive the best education, while being accountable to taxpayers who pay for it. Unfortunately, Ryan hasn’t seen that same fight for public education and other issues affecting House District 96 from the current state representative.
For too long HD 96 has suffered from a lack of effective representation and common sense leadership in the Texas House. Ryan Ray wants to fight to ensure sure our public schools get the funding it needs and that students get the best public education possible and he wants to help alleviate the property tax burden on taxpayers. But he also wants to ensure that we have a more common sense government that find common sense solutions that strengthens local control of government and small businesses, that looks out for its most vulnerable citizens, including our veterans who have fallen on hard times, and ensures that all Texans are treated fairly, regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation.
A husband, a father of three boys and the son and grandson of veterans, Ryan Ray is an attorney who works to defend taxpayers and the injured alike. He is running for Texas House District 96, a south Tarrant County based district that runs from Crowley (in the west) to Mansfield (in the east) and includes portions of the cities of Arlington and Burleson, and all of Kennedale and Rendon.