Announcing San Patricio County Co-Chairs

Announcing San Patricio County Co-Chairs

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Judy Hawley

Judy Hawley is a former school teacher, state representative and chair of the Corpus Christi Port Authority.

During her time in the Texas House of Representatives she served as chair of the Rural Caucus where she helped establish the Office of Rural Community Affairs. She was also the Vice Chair of the Transportation and Energy Resources committees. As Vice Chair of the House Military Caucus, Judy helped establish the Texas Military Preparedness Commission and the Office of Defense Affairs.

She later represented Texas as Vice-Chair of the Southern States Energy Board and as a member of the National Energy Council. Past Chairman of the Texas Transportation Commission Advisory Board, Judy served on the Executive Committee of the I-69 Alliance, Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce, and Corpus Christi Regional Economic Development Council. Additionally, she is a Member of the American Association of Port Authorities and National Defense Industrial Association and Member of Advisory Committee of Texas Emerging Technology Fund.

She received a Master’s Degree from the Texas A&M Corpus Christi and a bachelor’s degree from the Knox College.

Bobby Nedbalek

Bobby Nedbalek is a longtime Sinton grower who is a board member for the National Sorghum Producers and a well-known leader in Texas agriculture, including the Texas Farm Bureau.

He is an owner of Nedbalek farms and has served as a member of Texas Regional Water Planning Group, San Patricio County Economic Development Corporation and the South Texas Cotton and Grain Association.

Thank You For Your Continued Support!

We are proud to announce our San Patricio County Co-Chairs as we continue to promote our message of restoring faith and trust in government while we fight to secure our border, reduce deficit spending, fight for the unborn, focus on long-term recovery for those affected by Hurricane Harvey, and creating a better economic climate by fighting federal overreach. Most importantly, it is my promise to put the constituents of Congressional District 27 first when I’m in Washington.

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