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Brian Babin Once Again Helps Barack Obama and the Democrats

CLEVELAND, TEXAS - Rep. Brian Babin, Republican incumbent for Texas Congressional District 36, voted for Paul Ryan in the vote for Speaker of the House this past week, despite previously announcing his support for Daniel Webster.

Dwayne Stovall, a Republican challenger who is running against Babin, released a statement about the disappointment of this vote.

"The people of Texas shouldn't have to wonder about how their representatives will vote. Congressmen who have solid principles and who listen to the constituents of their districts will be consistent. Brian Babin has no consistency, nor does he listen to those in his district.

"On October 8th, Babin issued a press release that told us he had planned to vote for Daniel Webster and not for Kevin McCarthy. He said at that time, 'The people of the 36th District of Texas have been clear that they want to see new conservative leaders in Congress and I look forward to advancing that goal.'

"I have news for Congressman Babin, who evidently prizes his sub-committee chairmanship above fighting the Democrat agenda in Washington: Paul Ryan doesn't represent new conservative leadership in Congress, and voting for Ryan, as Babin did, doesn't advance that goal. The people of the 36th District of Texas were clear, and Babin chose to ignore us once again.

"Twice in less than a year, Brian Babin set aside our conservative principles and betrayed us when it came to the most powerful position in the House. His 'present' to John Boehner in January helped John Boehner remain Speaker and hurt Louie Gohmert's bid to become Speaker. His latest vote for Paul Ryan gave the nod to a man who supported the so-called stimulus, TARP, bailouts, budgets that never balance, and perpetually increasing debt limits. It is clear that a sub-committee chairmanship is more important to the gentle congressman than doing what is right by his district.

"Barack Obama himself called John Boehner after the Speaker announced his departure and said, 'I'm gonna miss you.' It is clear that John Boehner was an ally to Barack Obama, and Brian Babin's 'present' vote supported and helped their alliance, which hurt the conservative agenda throughout this year. It's no wonder that over 60% of Republicans feel betrayed by the leadership in their party and by those who support that leadership, like Brian Babin.

"Babin supports Paul Ryan and voted for him, and in doing so threw away our conservative principles. Ryan was endorsed by Harry Reid, frequently partners with Democrat illegal amnesty advocate Luis Gutierrez, and a White House spokesman said, 'The White House would like that idea [of Ryan for Speaker].'

"How our representatives in Washington vote should not be a surprise or leave us scratching our heads. This conservative district didn't want John Boehner for Speaker, and we didn't want Ryan for Speaker. Randy Weber, right next door to us, listened to his district. Louie Gohmert, right next door to us, listened to his district. It's a shame that Texas CD 36 doesn't have someone who will listen to them.

"It's time to end concerns over whether or not our Congressman's principles will be strong enough for him to vote the right way. It's time to end the betrayal. That's why I'm running to replace Brian Babin. Texans overwhelmingly want less DC, more Texas. Conservative Republicans in Texas CD 36 want a representative who actually understands the Constitution, has fidelity to it, and who will stand on conservative principles at every opportunity."

Dwayne Stovall is a small businessman in Liberty County, Texas. For more information please visit www.dwaynestovall.com.

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015
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Rep. Brian Babin's "Present" to Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner

CLEVELAND, TEXAS - Dwayne Stovall, Republican candidate for Texas Congressional District 36, responds to the pending resignation of Speaker of the House John Boehner by calling out the "present" given to Boehner last January by Rep. Brian Babin.

Stovall said in a statement: "Every time you see the House Republicans give in during October, it's because of Rep. Brian Babin's 'present' to John Boehner.

"62% of Republicans feel betrayed by politicians in their party, according to a recently released Fox News poll. Betrayal is a strong word, but it's what was used in the poll. Why do the majority of Republicans feel betrayed? Too often politicians go to Washington to pursue their own agenda rather than the agenda of the people.

"While many people feel great relief at the announced resignation of Republican leader John Boehner, let's not mince words. He won't leave his position until after the budget passes and it will pass with more funding for Planned Parenthood, more spending, and more disappointment that our Republican leaders refuse to fight the Democrats or President Obama.

"One of the reasons that Republicans in Congress won't fight in October is due to Rep. Brian Babin. Had he listened to you in his district and had the courage to stand with you, he would have voted against John Boehner remaining Speaker of the House. He didn't. Instead, Rep. Babin gave Boehner a 'present.' By voting 'present,' he made it harder for conservatives like Rep. Louie Gohmert to achieve the votes needed to get a new Speaker.

"In short, Rep. Babin's 'present' did nothing to push back against the establishment, and by removing himself from the process, he only lowered the requirement and helped the wrong Republican remain leader.

"Rep. Babin's 'present' is indicative of the Republican surrender that we have constantly seen and will continue to see through the month of October until Boehner leaves his seat.

"Rep. Babin was rewarded for his 'present' by receiving a subcommittee chairmanship, while Rep. Mark Meadows had his subcommittee chairmanship taken from him for voting against Boehner as Speaker. This is the same Mark Meadows who never gave up the fight against Boehner, and who initiated the actions that led the way for Boehner to step down.

"Rep. Babin received his chairmanship because he helped Boehner remain Speaker.

"Rep. Meadows lost his chairmanship because he voted against Boehner as Speaker.

"Rep. Babin says he will fight for conservative principles, but his actions have shown him to be just another politician who will betray conservative Republicans.

"Texas CD 36 needs a fighter - someone who will put the interests of Texas first."

Dwayne Stovall is a small businessman in Liberty County, Texas. For more information please visit www.dwaynestovall.com.

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Monday, September 14, 2015
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Republican Candidate Stovall Explains Constitutional Plan to Rein In Supreme Court

Dwayne Stovall, candidate for Texas CD 36, unveiled his plan to use the Constitution to rein in the supreme Court. Stovall said: "There isn't a Texan alive who wants to be told what to do. We value our independence, do not want to be ruled over, and reject the idea of someone telling us how to live our lives.

"Over time, we have allowed the so-called 'Supreme Court' to become our official rulers, and it is time to put an end to it. In fact, the framers of the Constitution did exactly that when they defined the 'supreme Court' in Article III of the Constitution. Notice the small 's' in the word 'supreme.' The framers of the federal Constitution never intended, nor did the individual States agree, to have the daily lives of every citizen in every State ruled over by a 'Supreme Court.'

"In my campaign for Congress, I seek a return to the Constitution, which provided for one supreme Court, and allowed for Congress to manage the existence of federal courts inferior to the supreme Court.

"The Constitution offers the supreme Court original jurisdiction over cases involving Ambassadors, Ministers and Consuls, and cases where a State is party.

"The supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction 'with such exceptions, and under such Regulations as the Congress shall make.' This clearly gives Congress the authority to regulate the supreme Court's involvement in any case other than the three types of cases listed for which they have original jurisdiction. Can Congress remove the supreme Court from the vast majority of issues? Yes, and it must.

"Texas has its own Constitution and Bill of Rights, as do the other 49 States of the Union, but these documents have no meaning if a national 'Supreme Court' can claim jurisdiction over every aspect of our lives.

"As a Representative of Congressional District 36, I will push legislation authorized under Article III of the federal Constitution to divest authority from the supreme Court back to the citizens of Texas and back to the citizens of every other State in the Union. When the people understand this constitutional authority and bring pressure on their members of Congress to use it, we can restore the federal system of government chosen by the framers and agreed to by the States. We can stop the growth of this national system.

"We need less DC, and a lot more Texas. It's time to use constitutional measures to shrink the federal government, and all of the legislation I put forward will work toward that goal."

Dwayne Stovall is a small businessman in Liberty County, Texas. For more information please visit www.dwaynestovall.com.

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Wednesday, September 2, 2015
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Dwayne Stovall Announces Intended Legislation to Remove SCOTUS from the issue of Marriage

CLEVELAND, TEXAS - Dwayne Stovall, Republican candidate for Texas Congressional District 36, announces intended legislation to remove marriage from any jurisdiction of the US Supreme Court.

Stovall said in a statement: "The Constitution of the United States offers no authority to the federal Supreme Court to be involved in the issue of marriage. So why is the Supreme Court forcing a county clerk in Kentucky to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples against her religious convictions and against a State statute adopted by representatives elected by the citizens of Kentucky?

"Unfortunately, an overwhelming majority of the people we elect to represent us in Congress aren't aware of the authority given to the Congress to control the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, as stated in Article III of the Constitution.

"Based upon that authority, when I am elected to Congress, I intend to propose this act:"

The Removal of Marriage from Federal Control Act

As of this date, the issue of marriage will be remanded to the States and the federal Judiciary will no longer have standing on the issue marriage.

Stovall continued: "This act will rightfully return all authority to regulate marriage back to the States where it belongs, allowing the citizens of each State to manage the issue of marriage according to their morals, values, and traditions, exclusively.

"As I have said before and I will certainly say again, the federal system of government, created by the framers and agreed to by the States, has been replaced by a national system in which the government is no longer limited by the Constitution.

"It doesn't have to be this way.

"Throughout my campaign, I will give explicit and easy-to-understand examples of how I intend to use the authorities conveyed to the Congress in the Constitution to actually restore States' Rights and limit the federal government.

"Proposing legislation to take authority over issues like marriage away from a few political elites and return it to the citizens of Texas is just another of many."

Dwayne Stovall lives in Liberty County, has been married to Kathy for 24 years, and they have three children. For more information please visit www.dwaynestovall.com.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015
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Dwayne Stovall's Response to Congressman Brian Babin's Op-Ed on Education

Congressman Brian Babin recently explained in an op-ed his work "to restore local control and prevent federal intrusion into our classrooms." He voted for both the Student Success Act (H.R. 5) and for the Zeldin Amendment. One is wrong for Texas and one is right, and I'll explain why.

No Consistency on the Constitution

The federal Constitution offers no authority whatsoever to the federal government to be involved in education, and a person with constitutional principles would take every opportunity to stop the federal government's intrusion into Texas education.

Principled representatives, such as Louie Gohmert, Justin Amash, and Thomas Massie, voted in favor of the Zeldin Amendment, which was successfully added to the Student Success Act by an overwhelming bi-partisan majority. Voting for it was the right thing to do for Texas, as the amendment allows a state to opt-out of Common Core "or other specific standards" without reprisal from the federal government. Congressman Babin voted with the majority.

Babin Voted to Extend a Rebranded No Child Left Behind (NCLB)

While stating that he wants to repeal No Child Left Behind, the gentle congressman fails to mention that in voting for the Student Success Act, which only passed by a slim margin, he voted for the reauthorization of No Child Left Behind under a different name.

Here are the facts you should know about the Student Success Act (SSA) and the current status of NCLB: the funding authorization for No Child Left Behind expired over seven years ago. SSA does not repeal NCLB; it is NCLB, reauthorized with modifications. If SSA becomes law, NCLB will be authorized for the first time since 2008.

States and schools continue to follow No Child Left Behind as current law because Congress has continued to appropriate money for NCLB as if the authorization never expired. Yes, the program is legally dead, but Congress continues to fund an unconstitutional national education system, with all the unconstitutional mandates they can place on the States, as though the law is in effect.

This begs the question: why does Congress need a bill to stop common core? Further, why does Congress need a bill to stop NCLB, better known as the Student Success Act? Answer: they don't; they just need to do their job.

Congress could have stopped No Child Left Behind by cutting off the funding for a program that died seven years ago. There's no current authorization, so why on earth would one who advocates for "local control" ever --ever-- vote for reauthorization and funding for something so unconstitutional? SSA ultimately perpetuates unconstitutional intrusion by the federal government into our classrooms.

Did Congressman Babin apply constitutional principles and work to stop Common Core when he voted for this bill? Answer: No.

Had he joined with the principled representatives who voted against the SSA, he would have joined them in voting against the funding authorization that the federal government uses to compel states to adopt Common Core. SSA also authorizes federally mandated standardized testing, so voting "no" on SSA would mean voting "no" on such standardized testing. Sadly, Congressman Babin supported this unconstitutional reauthorization with this vote.

Babin Votes for and Supports Unconstitutional Federal Control over Education

It is impossible to be working "to restore local control" and to "prevent federal intrusion into our classrooms" while at the same time voting to support federal controls over school choice initiatives. You can't say you support the Constitution and limited government while you vote for unconstitutional acts and federal power to control "expanded school choice."

It's important that we set the record straight about his vote for SSA and its continued negative impact on Texas education. You and I know that we cannot continue to allow the decline that federal interference brings. How children are educated in Texas is a discussion for Texans, and every single vote by our representative in Washington, DC, should reflect that.


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Monday, August 3, 2015
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Dwayne Stovall Vows to Fight for State Authority to Secure Border When Elected

CLEVELAND, TEXAS - Dwayne Stovall, Republican candidate for Texas Congressional District 36, announces intended legislation to allow the States to secure their borders for safe travel through legal points of entry.

Stovall said in a statement: "It is absolutely clear to every person outside of Washington, DC, that no one at the federal level has any intention of actually securing our borders.

"For decades, the federal government has taken steps through legislation and policies to restrict the ability of the States that share a border with a foreign country to manage the border and its security for the citizens of that State. I want every Texan to know it doesn't have to be this way.

"As your representative, I intend to put forth readable, straightforward legislation to resolve this matter."

Border Security and Freedom of Lawful Travel Act

States that share a border with a foreign country are required to allow the lawful travel of all persons entering the country at any legally recognized port of entry (POE).

States are not required to allow unlawful entry of persons attempting to enter the country at any location other than a legally recognized POE.

The United States of America recognize a Border State's authority to restrict illegal attempts to cross its border with a foreign country.

The United States of America also recognize a Border State's authority to stop, detain, or turn around any person caught attempting to gain unlawful entry, or to return any person who has already entered illegally to that person's country of origin.

This Act supersedes all prior related Acts, Agreements, and Policies.

Stovall continued: "The taxpayers of Texas spend billions per year handling those who come into the State illegally. Texans should not be forced to do so by a nationalized government that ignores the States' Rights.

Border States should not be coerced into bankruptcy while the border remains basically unprotected. This occurs because of the whims of few individuals in an elite political class, located in a town far, far, away who choose not to enforce the law. I'll say it again: it is past time to reign in a federal government that has become Nationalized and disregards the States.

"Throughout my campaign, I will give explicit and easy-to-understand examples of how I intend to use the authorities conveyed to the Congress in the Constitution to actually restore States' Rights and limit the federal government.

"Proposing legislation that respects lawful travel, while recognizing that the citizens of a State like Texas reserve the right to manage their border security as they see fit, is just one more way to restore limits on an out-of-control National government."

Dwayne Stovall lives in Liberty County in the heart of Texas and is married to Kathy, his high school sweetheart. They have three children. For more information please visit www.dwaynestovall.com.

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Tuesday, July 28, 2015
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Republican Candidate Dwayne Stovall Supports Meadows Resolution to Oust Boehner as Speaker

CLEVELAND, TEXAS - Dwayne Stovall, Republican candidate for Texas CD 36, enthusiastically supports a resolution put forward by Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina which would oust John Boehner as Speaker of the House.

Stovall said in a statement: "The Representatives we send to Washington are to advocate for what's in the best interests of their district, and not for the whims of the Speaker of the House. John Boehner does not represent the values of this district. He has a known distaste for Texas, and uses chairmanships and select committee positions as a means of control.

"Earlier this year, Rep. Brian Babin chose not to represent the will of this district when he voted 'Present' in the Speaker's race, making it easier for Boehner to retain his position. The gentle Congressman's unwillingness to take a stand on behalf of his district only perpetuated this crisis of confidence in leadership.

"The will of the voters in this district was to vote for Rep. Louie Gohmert, who had the courage to step forward and present himself for the position of Speaker. In a Houston Community News article, the former mayor of Woodville asserted that he didn't know enough about those running against Boehner, when many in this district have long esteemed the principles of Rep. Gohmert. It's a shame that Rep. Babin didn't share that esteem.

"It is not in the best interests of Texans to have a man in Ohio dictate how our Representatives behave and vote. This is part of the reason that I chose to run for Congress.

"I tip my hat to Rep. Mark Meadows for his constitutional stand in submitting this resolution. It's past time to decentralize the decision-making in Washington, and we must elect representatives who will listen to Texans and not to a man in Ohio."

For reference, here is a link to the text of the resolution submitted by Meadows.

http://media.breitbart.com/media/2015/07/MEADOWS.pdf

Dwayne Stovall lives in Liberty County in the heart of Texas and is married to Kathy, his high school sweetheart. They have three children. For more information please visit www.dwaynestovall.com.

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Thursday, July 16, 2015
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Dwayne Stovall Announces Intended Legislation to Protect the Children of Texas

CLEVELAND, TEXAS - Dwayne Stovall, candidate for Texas Congressional District 36, announces intended legislation to protect the children of Texas when he is sworn into office.

Stovall said in a statement, "Just when you think the abortion industry could not be more evil, we learn that some people with Planned Parenthood are apparently selling fetal tissue, organs, and limbs for profit.

"This is the inevitable outcome of those who place no value on human life; the same people who claim a woman has the right to kill her unborn child demand someone else be jailed for killing a plant or an animal they deem endangered. How much more of this insanity will we Texans allow? I want every Texan to know it doesn't have to be this way.

"As your representative, one of my first actions will be to put forth simple, straightforward legislation that reads:

'As of this date, by Law, the issue of abortion will be remanded to the States, and the federal judiciary will no longer have standing on the issue of abortion.'

"Make no mistake, the Constitution tells us that Congress has the power - the absolute power - to control the Supreme Court's involvement in any issue outside the three specific types of cases listed.

"Article III, Section 2, of the federal Constitution is clear about the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court:

'In all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, and those in which a state shall be a party, the Supreme Court shall have original jurisdiction. In all the other cases before mentioned, the Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such exceptions, and under such regulations as the Congress shall make.'

"Understanding this is key to restoring the federal system of government on which the Constitution was based, and in which the citizens of the States, outside of the limited authorities delegated to the federal government, retain the authority to manage the affairs of their own State.

"Yes, it's that simple. If we Texans want to manage the issue of abortion according to our morals, values, and traditions, this type of legislation must be proposed.

"We must destroy the lie that a few hundred members of an elite political class, located in a town far, far, away, have the absolute power to rule over the daily lives of more than 320 million people. It's past time to rein in the federal government.

"Without fail, politicians will give speeches about how they intend to shrink government and restore the Constitution, but once elected they leave us behind and vote in a manner that continues to grow the government and injures the Constitution.

"Throughout my campaign, I will give explicit and easy-to-understand examples of how I intend to use the authorities conveyed to the Congress in the Constitution to actually restore States' Rights and limit the federal government.

"Proposing legislation to take authority over abortion away from these elites and return it to the citizens of Texas is just the first of many."

Dwayne Stovall lives in Liberty County in the heart of Texas and is married to Kathy, his high school sweetheart. They have three children. For more information please visit www.dwaynestovall.com.

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Thursday, July 2, 2015
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Dwayne Stovall Congratulates Brian Babin on Echoing Cruz Endorsement

CLEVELAND, TEXAS - Dwayne Stovall, Republican candidate for Texas CD 36, noticed that his early endorsement of Ted Cruz for President during Stovall's Senate race in December 2013 has now been echoed by Rep. Brian Babin.

Stovall said: "I said late in 2013 that if he chose to run for President, I would do what I could to help Sen. Ted Cruz get elected. I meant what I said and I stand by those words. It pleases me to know that both of the candidates for Congressional District 36 stand firmly for the good Senator from Texas."

Dwayne Stovall's public statement on December 4, 2013, was this:

"Ted Cruz understands the Constitution in a way that few in Congress do, and if the day comes that he chooses to run for President, I will tell you now that he has my vote. Whether I am in or out of the Senate, I would do what I could to help him get elected. You can consider that an endorsement, if you like."

Stovall lives in Liberty County in the heart of Texas and is married to Kathy, his high school sweetheart. They have three children. For more information please visit www.dwaynestovall.com.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Dwayne Stovall Announces His Candidacy for Texas Congressional District 36

CLEVELAND, TEXAS - Dwayne Stovall, a Republican small businessman who previously campaigned for the US Senate in Texas, has announced his candidacy to become a US Representative for Texas CD 36.

Stovall said in a statement: "Benjamin Franklin once famously said, 'We have a Republic, if we can keep it.' Today, there is no question that this Republic has declined into a National government with an all-powerful King, a Congress that is no more than a powerless parliament, and a Supreme Court that has become an unelected army of nine lawyers who rule according to their whims more than the Constitution. I am motivated to run for Congress because the federal system we were gifted is being destroyed, and it doesn't have to be that way.

"The framers of our Constitution and the States that agreed to it had every intention of constraining the federal government. They understood the inherent danger in a government too large. The further power is removed from the people, the greater the opportunity for corruption.

"That power has become so concentrated in a town far, far from Texas that a single man can write executive orders and memos to change how we live here in our State, counties, and cities. Our first president, George Washington, wisely refused to become a king, but for some reason we've allowed Barack Obama to become king, and without check. Everyone knows that the Constitution provides checks and balances. Those necessary checks and balances will never work if they're not employed, but it would appear that too many in office don't understand that they even exist.

"The Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of Obamacare and ignored the Constitution. The following day, the Supreme Court decided to tell us in Texas what marriage is, once again ignoring the Constitution. When the President and the Supreme Court invade matters that rightfully belong to the States and to the people, and are allowed to get away with it, it's obvious that too many in Washington, DC, have clearly forgotten the rule of law and the Constitution.

"Benjamin Franklin was right to question our ability to maintain the Republic. It was only intended for a moral and principled people. I look forward to working hard to earn your vote and to stand in Congress for the principles and traditions that we Texans hold dear."

Stovall lives in Liberty County in the heart of Texas and is married to Kathy, his high school sweetheart. They have three children. For more information please visit www.dwaynestovall.com.

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