Reeves Says he will Refuse State Health Insurance Benefits until Texas Teachers have same benefits as State Lawmakers

Center Businessman and GOP Activist tells, “No Teacher Left Behind” Group that Texas Teachers deserve better health insurance benefits

Lufkin, Texas — On Saturday, Republican State Senate candidate Bob Reeves told a large group of professional educators gathered at a rally in Lufkin at the Angelina Courthouse that Texas teachers should receive access to the same affordable health care benefits that other state employees and lawmakers get.

Reeves, a sixteen-year school board member, long time Republican activist and former Republican County Chairman who is seeking the Senate District 3 seat being vacated by incumbent Todd Staples said that it was unfair that many public school teachers did not have access to affordable health insurance for them and their families.


Reeves say’s Stephen F. Austin State University must remain Strong and Independent

Republican Senate Candidate says he will introduce legislation to protect SFA from merger with another University System. Also announces Personal Campaign Endorsement of Fred Wulf

Nacogdoches, Texas—Republican Senate Candidate Bob Reeves today announced that when elected, he would file legislation designed to protect Stephen F. Austin State University status as an independent institution and to prevent its merger with another University System. Fred Wulf, an East Texas business and community leader, joined Reeves at the announcement which was held at the Fredonia Hotel in Nacogdoches. Wulf announced that he was personally endorsing Reeves in the Texas State Senate District 3 race to replace incumbent Senator Todd Staples who is seeking election as Texas Agriculture Commissioner.


Reeves Takes Early Lead in Senate District 3 race according to Capitol Insiders

Center Businessman and GOP Activist has almost 3 to 1 lead over nearest rival according to online survey

Austin, Texas—Center businessman and Republican leader Bob Reeves has the best chance to win the State Senate District 3 seat being vacated by Todd Staples according to a recently concluded online poll of subscribers to Capitol Inside, a nationally acclaimed online guide to power and influence in Texas politics. Capitol Inside readers include members of the Legislature and Congress, statewide elected leaders, lobbyists, state and local agency officials, political consultants, state and national party leaders, journalists, professional associations, law firms, corporate offices, and political activists.


Reeves Announces Candidacy for Texas Senate

East Texas Business, Community and Republican Leader will seek GOP nomination in District 3 Senate seat being vacated by Todd Staples.

Center, Texas—Today, East Texas businessman and Community leader Bob Reeves announced his candidacy for the District 3 Senate seat being vacated by incumbent State Senator Todd Staples who is expected to make a run for the post of Texas Agriculture Commissioner. Senate District 3 includes all or part of sixteen East Texas counties. Reeves will seek the Republican nomination for the District 3 seat in the March 2006 Primary.


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