What I Believe

“I believe that Kaufman County, Texas is an exceptional place, and I have committed myself to the betterment of this community for the past thirty-five years. The challenges ahead, however, are great. As the fourth-fastest growing county in the state, the choices we make in the coming years will determine whether or not our children inherit a safe, pro-business, pro-family, Kaufman County.

I believe the county should zone-in on the core services that citizens expect like safe roads, top-flight law enforcement, and an efficient court system. After that, it should cultivate a low-tax, low-regulation environment and get out of the way to allow the private sector to expand and create quality jobs here.

I believe that the customer is always right. In the private sector, a customer can take their business elsewhere if they aren’t happy. Unfortunately, taxpayers don’t have the same choice. They can’t go somewhere else to get the services government provides, so it is incumbent on elected leaders to create a culture of excellent customer service.

I believe that we must plan for the coming growth, while at the same time protect our unique quality of life that makes people want to move here in the first place. If you agree, then I would be honored to have your support in the upcoming Republican Primary Runoff Election.”

– Hal Richards

I met a lot of interesting people during the campaign, including Rudy Hollick. His Great Grandfather’s brother was Joseph Holick, who started the Aggie Band in 1885 with 13 students. Holick eventually went back to his trade as a bookmaker, known for making boots worn by seniors in the Corps of Cadets. Hollick’s is still in business and is still the primary boot maker for senior cadets.

Here are the final numbers. Thanks to everyone who supported me. I intend to earn your support and I am excited to serve all of Kaufman County. I will be ready by January 1.

If you see one of my yard signs please pick it up. I would appreciate if you would drop them at 4 cartwright in Terrell, behind the Republican HQ alley on the square in Kaufman. If you are unable to get the yard sign please text the location to me at 214-755-2320

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