Meet Jim Herblin
Jim Herblin is a candidate for State Representative, House District 70.
A proud native Texan, husband, father and grandfather, Jim desires to lead Texas back to a place of strength. Like so many of you, Jim was raised on common sense and conservative values. While Jim has always supported Republicans, he is concerned that our current GOP elected officials, who have controlled the Texas House since 2002, have failed to pass our grassroots’ legislative priorities. Jim decided to run for state representative to provide bold, unapologetic and common-sense leadership.
As a forensic accountant and small business owner, Jim understands how to balance a budget and stop wasteful spending. Jim will lead the fight to fix our broken property tax system.
Jim believes in our Republican Party of Texas platform, and he will lead the charge to enact policies consistent with those pro-Texas and pro-family planks. His priorities include:
- Term Limits
- Border Security
- Election Integrity
- Property Tax Reform
- Abolition of Abortion
- School Choice for All
- Monument Protection
- Oppose Sanctuary Cities
- Oppose Critical Race Theory
- Support Second Amendment
- Ban Taxpayer-Funded Lobbying
- Ban Government Mandates/Restrictions
- Ban Gender Modification/Genital Mutilation of Children
Jim and his wife Dana live in Prosper, Texas.
Texas has one of the highest property tax burdens in the country. People are literally being taxed out of their homes.
Texans are losing faith in our elections. The “runaway” Democrats have fled to D.C. and are fighting tooth and nail to stop common-sense measures like voter ID.
Immigration and Border Security
I support legal immigration, but we must protect our Texas border and stop the unprecedented flow of migrants currently flooding our cities.
A proud native Texan, husband, father and grandfather, Jim Herblin desires to lead Texas back to a place of strength.
News from the Campaign Trail
As you may have heard, my original opponent, Scott Sanford, has decided not to run for another term. Also this
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Prosper, Texas, September 16, 2021 – One month after announcing his candidacy for Texas
As our Texas legislature prepares to enter a third special session, conservatives are once again being ignored