State Representative Andrew Murr Signals His Support of Texas Independence

State Representative Andrew Murr is the latest Texas legislator to signal his support for a vote on Texas independence.

Murr told The Kerrville Daily Times, “I’m supportive of the concept.”

Andrew Murr, a Republican, represents District 53 in the Texas House of Representatives. District 53 covers Crockett, Kimble, Sutton, Schleicher, Real, Mason, Menard, Medina, Edwards, Kerr, Llano, and Bandera Counties.

His statement, although short, provides insight into his potential vote on HB 1359, Representative Kyle Biedermann’s referendum bill. However, Murr’s brief statement is not enough, it is vital for every representative to stand with their constituents publicly.

Some State Representatives have already publicly expressed their support to allow Texas to vote on independence. Several more have privately committed to signing on soon.

As more Texas legislators publicly declare their support for the independence referendum bill, it is increasingly important to call your State Representatives and Senators and demand that they publicly support this historic legislation.

Contact Rep. Andrew Murr’s office and call on him to sign on to HB1359 as a co-author and publicly support the referendum bill: (512) 463-0536

If you are unsure of where to find your own local legislator’s contact information, the TNM has compiled a full directory of both houses of the Texas Legislature. Now is the time for the people of Texas to make their voices heard and pressure their representatives to stand up for the people’s right to choose how they are governed.

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