"Representative Sarah Davis’ support for free enterprise and market driven solutions has enabled Texas to lead the nation in energy production and her record demonstrates she deserves to be reelected," says Texas Oil and Gas Association PAC Treasurer Todd Staples.
AUSTIN – Today, Texas Oil and Gas Association Political Action Committee (TXOGA PAC) Treasurer Todd Staples announced the Texas Oil and Gas Association Good Government Committee endorses, Sarah Davis for House District 134.
"I believe limited government regulation and taxation are the first steps to good government," says Davis. "I have supported initiatives that best enable the oil and gas industry to be responsive to the ever growing demands made on the industry."
The Texas Oil and Gas Association is the oldest and largest group in the State representing petroleum interests and continues to serve as the only organization which embraces all segments of the industry. Collectively, Texas Oil and Gas Association members account for over 90 percent of all oil and natural gas produced in Texas. The Good Government Committee of the Texas Oil and Gas Association analyzes state legislation that will potentially impact industry interests; serves as a legislative resource for all segments of the industry; and presents industry views to the legislature through committee testimony.
“Texas is strong because our elected officials understand the importance of energy security. Representative Sarah Davis’ support for free enterprise and market driven solutions has enabled Texas to lead the nation in energy production and her record demonstrates she deserves to be reelected," says Staples.
Sarah Davis has served in the Texas House of Representative since 2011, representing West University Place, Bellaire, River Oaks, Braeswood Place, Meyerland, Southside Place, parts of Montrose, and the Texas Medical Center. She currently serves on the Appropriations, Calendars, Public Health, and General Investigating and Ethics Committees, and Chairs the Appropriations Sub-committee on Budget Transparency and Reform for the 84th Texas Legislative Session. She was recently named to the House Select Committee on Mental Health.