Bean for Texas 97th

Cheryl Bean for Texas State Representative District 97


Effective as of 1-25-2024

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5. Changes to Our Privacy Policy

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Political Campaign Texting Privacy Policy:

This privacy policy outlines how we collect, use, and protect information obtained through our texting services in the context of our political campaign.

 1. Information Collection:

We may collect personal information, including but not limited to phone numbers, names, and message content, when individual’s opt-in to receive text messages from our political campaign.

 2. Purpose of Collection:

The information collected is used for campaign-related communication, including updates, event notifications, and important campaign information. We may also use this information to analyze campaign engagement and improve our outreach strategies.

 3. Message Frequency:

Supporters who subscribe to our texting services may receive periodic messages related to the campaign. The frequency of messages will be determined by the campaign’s communication strategy and user preferences. Supporters can opt-out of receiving messages at any time by following the instructions provided in each text message.

 4. Data Security:

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 7. Sharing of Information:

We do not sell or share supporter information with third parties for commercial purposes. Information may be shared within the campaign team for campaign-related activities.

 8. Updates and Changes:

We reserve the right to update or change this privacy policy at any time. Supporters will be notified of any material changes, and continued engagement with the campaign after such changes constitutes acceptance of the updated policy.

 9. Contact Information:

For questions or concerns regarding this privacy policy, supporters can contact us at [your campaign’s contact information].

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Texas House of representatives District-97-Map

District 97 Details

District 97 is located Southwest of Fort Worth and covers the Benbrook and Crowley areas. Craig Goldman previously held the seat and has left it to run for Congress. Cheryl will face two opponents in the Republican primary, which is projected to have a turnout of 25,000 voters.

State of the Race

In the first 24 hours of the campaign, Cheryl Bean for Texas 97th team raised $100,000 in the fight to represent your values. Shortly after this campaign launched, Cheryl was awarded major endorsements from Tarrant County Judge Tim O’Hare, Former State House Representative Matt Krause, current State Representative Nate Schatzline, the immediate past Chairman of the Tarrant County GOP, and Texas Values.

Cheryl Bean will toe the line on the most conservative issues that Texans care about but also has the experience necessary to get the job done.

The other candidates in the race for Texas House Representative Chair 97 are John McQueeney & Leslie Robnett.