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Texas Auto Dealers Association Auto PAC Supports Gov. Perry in his Re-election

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Location: Austin, TX

Today Gov. Perry received the support of the Texas Auto Dealers Association (TADA) Auto PAC for the 2010 general election.

"Gov. Perry has been a true leader and friend to the automotive retail industry," said Rob Braziel, Texas Auto Dealers Association CEO for Legislative Affairs. "He understands what it takes for franchises and businesses, in Texas, to be successful. Gov. Perry's leadership has helped keep taxes low and regulations limited. As a result, Texans enjoy fair pricing and healthy competition in the marketplace. We support Gov. Perry's re-election bid for this coming November."

Since 1916, the Texas Auto Dealers Association has been the voice of Texas' franchised dealers. It provides members with legal support, training and education programs, business services, a variety of informative publications, public relations on behalf of the industry, and even a consumer mediation service.

TADA and Auto PAC objectives include promoting the best interests of franchised new car and truck dealers, consistent with the public good; maintaining good relations among customers, dealers, distributors, and manufacturers; promoting motor vehicle and driver safety; supporting laws and policies that benefit association members, the automotive industry and the public; opposing unfair, unreasonable or discriminatory laws and regulations; and supporting the principles of private enterprise and a business climate that affords a reasonable opportunity for profitability and financial security.

"I'm honored to receive the support of the Texas Auto Dealers Association Auto PAC," said Gov. Perry. "The auto dealers play an important role in keeping the Texas economy strong and I look forward to continuing to work with the industry to keep Texas moving forward. From families to businesses across the state, auto dealers throughout Texas contribute to our great quality of life and make Texas the best place to live, work and raise a family."

The Texas Auto Dealers Association Auto PAC joins the following organizations in their endorsement of Gov. Perry in the general election:

Amigos de Patriotas
Associated Builders and Contractors of Texas PAC
Associated General Contractors of America Texas Building Branch PAC
Associated Security Services and Investigators of the State of Texas
Automotive Parts and Services Association
BEEF-PAC of Texas Cattle Feeders Association
Boating Trades Association of Texas PAC
Career Colleges and Schools of Texas
Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas
Conservative Hispanic Society
Council for Citizens Against Government Waste PAC
"C" Club of Houston
Dallas Police Association
Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert
Dental Laboratory Association of Texas PAC
Exotic Wildlife Association
Fraternal Order of Police Texas State Lodge
Harris County Deputies Organization
Houston Police Officers' Union
Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association Local 341
Houston Realty Business Coalition
Independent Bankers Association of Texas
National Federation of Independent Business-Texas
National Rifle Association PVF
Outdoor Advertising Association of Texas
Pasadena Police Officer's Union
Recreational Fishing Alliance
Republican National Hispanic Assembly Texas Chapter
San Antonio (former) Mayor Ed Garza
Sheriff Arvin West, Hudspeth County
Sheriff Clint McDonald, Terrell County
Sheriff Danny Dominguez, Presidio County
Sheriff Eusevio Salinas, Zavala County
Sheriff Rene Fuentes, Starr County
Sheriff Rick McIvor, Jeff Davis County
Sheriff Ronny Dodson, Brewster County
Sheriff Sigifredo Gonzalez Jr., Zapata County
Sheriff Thomas Herrera, Maverick County
Southwest Movers Association
Texans for Fiscal Responsibility
Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC
Texas Academy of Physician Assistants PAC
Texas Aggregates and Concrete Association
Texas Agricultural Aviation Association PAC
Texas Alliance for Life PAC
Texas Allied Poultry Association
Texas Ambulatory Surgery Center Society PAC
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association PAC
Texas Apartment Association
Texas Association for Interior Design
Texas Association of Business BACPAC
Texas Association of Campground Owners
Texas Association of Dairymen PAC
Texas Association of Manufacturers
Texas Association of Licensed Investigators
Texas Association of Realtors ®
Texas Beverage Association
Texas Broiler Council
Texas Burglar and Fire Alarm Association
Texas Chapter of the American College of Cardiology Heart PAC
Texas Chemical Council
Texas Chiropractic Association
Texas Civil Justice League PAC
Texas Crane Association
Texas Department of Public Safety Officers Association PAC
Texas Economic Development Council PAC
Texas Egg Council
Texas Forestry Association Forestry PAC
Texas Home School Coalition PAC
Texas Hospital Association HOSPAC
Texas Locksmiths Association
Texas Medical Association TEXPAC
Texas Medical Defense PAC
Texas Motor Transportation Association Truck PAC
Texas Municipal Police Association
Texas Nursery and Landscape Association PAC
Texas Oil and Gas Association PAC
Texas Ophthalmological Association
Texas Optometric Association PAC
Texas Organization of Residential Care Homes
Texas Pest Control Association
Texas Pharmacy Association PharmPAC
Texas Pharmacy Business Council
Texas Podiatric Medical Association
Texas Poultry Federation
Texas Poultry Improvement Association
Texas Process Servers Association
Texas Property Rights Association
Texas Quarter Horse Association
Texas Recreational Fishing Alliance
Texas Recreational Vehicle Association
Texas Retailers Association PAC
Texas Right to Life PAC
Texas Society of Anesthesiologists PAC
Texas Society of Professional Engineers
Texas Society of Professional Surveyors PAC
Texas State Association of Fire Fighters
Texas State Rifle Association PAC
Texas Travel Industry Association
Texas Turkey Federation
Texas Wildlife Association
Wholesale Beer Distributors of Texas PAC

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