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Drew Mouton

COMMON WEST TEXAS VALUES

• Strong Public education
• No public tax dollars for private schools
• Competitive teacher salaries
• Protect our water, and other property rights
• Fiscal responsibility throughout state government
• “A” rated by the NRA, TSRA
• Endorsed by Parent PAC


UNCOMMON LEADERSHIP AND EXPERIENCE

Throughout his 28 years in West Texas, Drew has proven his commitment to our West Texas communities.


ABOUT DREW

Big Spring attorney Drew Mouton is a graduate of Southwestern University in Georgetown and the University of Houston School of Law. He has lived in Howard County 28 years. Drew has served as president of the Big Spring United Way, Greater Big Spring Rotary Club, Big Spring Main Street and the Big Spring Area Community Foundation.He is a trustee of the First United Methodist Church Trust Fund. He has also served on the board of directors of the YMCA, Big Spring Area Certified Development Corporation, Howard County Industrial Development Corporation, Malone and Hogan Hospital, Big Spring Area Chamber of Commerce and Junior Achievement. He was the first chairman of the Big Spring Civil Service Commission, and has served on the City’s Zoning Board of Adjustments for the last 10 years.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS (PAST AND PRESENT)

• Community Foundation (Current President)
• Main Street Project (Past President)
• YMCA (Past Vice President)
• Chamber of Commerce (Past Executive Vice President)
• Area Certified Development Corporation
• Rotary Club (Past President)
• County Industrial Development Corp
• Little League Baseball
• Junior Achievement
• United Way (Past Chairman and President)
• Malone and Hogan Hospital


OTHER COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (PAST AND PRESENT)

• Trustee – First United Methodist Church Trust Fund
• Chairman – Free Enterprise Program for 700 area High School juniors and seniors
• Chairman – Civil Service Commission
• Member – Zoning Board of Adjustments
• Volunteer speaker – Next Generation program to encourage students to stay in school
• Volunteer – Rotary Literacy Program
• Volunteer – Shattered Dreams Program for area students
• Coach – Little League Baseball and Girls Softball (10 yrs)
• Guest speaker – Fellowship of Christian Athletes
• Volunteer – Hunter Education Course for area youth


THE ISSUES

Education:
I believe in the value of education. Our family has actively been involved in public education for years. I have volunteered in numerous capacities such as organizing a Free Enterprise program for our area juniors and senior, speaking to Jr. High students about the advantages of staying in school, and working in the Junior Achievement and Rotary Literacy Programs. My wife Glynna was a Big Spring ISD Trustee for eight (8) years serving as President of the school board during her time on the board. Our children all graduated from Big Spring ISD. I understand that state and local resources are limited and we must do everything in our power to ensure the taxpayer's dollars are spent wisely. We must continue to create the BEST public school system in the world because our future is our children and our future depends on them.

Economic Development:
Every year District 85 competes with not only the rest of the state but also the rest of the world for jobs and economic development. West Texas has lagged behind the rest of the state with regard to population growth, wage and salary increase, and regional output. However, we are starting to see much needed capital investment in District 85. Private industry is beginning to recognize the value of our people and our geography as well as our natural resources. These industries are investing millions of dollars to create wealth and put the citizens of District 85 to work. I have visited with the leaders of private industry and they consistently deliver one common theme create a business friendly environment conducive for investment. This means a fair and equitable tax structure, educational facilities that produce qualified workers and a friendly regulatory environment.

Water:
Perhaps the single most important issue we are facing, a sustainable water supply for today and the future, must be a top priority for District 85. Water is a treasured resource - a resource without whose presence we are doomed to failure. I promise to work tirelessly to make sure that District 85 and the citizens that live here are protected against loss of water rights to urban areas of our state. We must also develop new water resources that will take us into the decades to come.

For more information follow this link: drew@moutonlaw.com.

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