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TNM’s List of 2020 Primary Endorsements
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The Texas Nationalist Movement is proud to put its seal of approval on these candidates. Congratulations to the candidates who made the cut and our gratitude to all of our members who participated in the process.

To say that the TNM’s endorsement process is difficult would be an understatement. Candidates must first submit a comprehensive survey. Then they are vetted and placed before the entire membership who vote on whether or not they should receive the TNM’s endorsement.

Below is the list of candidates chosen by our membership to receive the TNM’s endorsement. We encourage all of our supporters to get behind these candidates by donating to their campaigns, volunteering for their election, and casting a vote for them if appropriate.

Robert Martin

Candidate for County Commissioner (Hardin County Precinct 3)

About Me

I hope to be given the privilege of serving my friends and neighbors as your Commissioner for Hardin County PCT. 3
I'm Robby Martin and this is our story:

Our family was created out of extremely difficult circumstances.

In 2004 a beautiful young mother from Humble, Texas, was given the news that her precious, amazing daughter was in a battle for her life, against cancer. To be specific, sclerosing rhabdomyosarcoma. This news forever changed every aspect of her life and family. The young mom's name was Denise and her daughter was Taylor.

Taylor was entered into an intense treatment program that would last more than a year.

In February of 2005 my daughter Lexie developed a strange lump under her left eyelid. It looked so strange to me and it was growing rapidly, so I took her to an eye doctor in Beaumont. The eye doctor immediately insisted we go to Texas Children's Hospital for diagnosis.
Less than a week from that eye doctor visit, Lexie was beginning her own battle against cancer. To be specific, embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma.

Because the two girls cancer were somewhat similar, we were on similar treatment schedules.

Through these circumstances, Denise and I became friends and then much more.

In August of 2005 Taylor had finished treatment and got to celebrate her 8th birthday! Lexie had also completed treatment, so there was lots to celebrate!

A short time after Taylor's birthday we took her for a 6 week checkup. Her scans showed that the cancer was back. This was truly one of the most horrible days in my life. Our hearts were broken.

Taylor immediately started experimental treatment to attempt to save her life.

Due to hurricane Rita hitting southeast Texas in September of 2005, our families were all displaced from our homes. Denise and I stayed at the hospital with Taylor.

Before the hurricane, the plan was to propose marriage to Denise on her birthday (10-3). With the help of the nurses, I popped the question to Denise and Taylor at the hospital on 10-3-2005. They both accepted my proposal.

Horribly, Taylor left this world 12 days later. Taylor was a beautiful, smart, loving, perfect angel on this earth!

To honor Taylor, Denise and I were married on her birthday 8-11-2006.

As I stated at the beginning, our family was put together through horrible circumstances. I would not wish those experiences on our worst enemy. Through all of that pain, God saw fit to create an avenue of hope for us! We are now blessed with a family of eight! Denise, Lexie, Peyton, Chloe, Blake, Bo, Jax and me. Our family is a beautiful blend of love and home that is rooted in Christianity and grounded in conservative family values.

It seems only fair that you know who I am and what I've been through, in order for you to be confident in your choice

Why are you running for office?

My community needs an active, constitutional conservative who will not be a “good ole boy”. We need a fiscally responsible and unafraid voice to manage the county budget and advocate for the actual needs of the community.

How do you feel about the core principles and mission of the TNM?
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Texas is a nation with a distinct culture, economy and government.
Texas should always be politically, culturally, and economically independent.
The basic political building block of Texas is the individual.
The basic economic building block of Texas is the entrepreneur.
The basic cultural building block of Texas is the family.
Texans should have the ability to engage in the full enjoyment of their natural rights.
The interests of Texas supersede the interests of all other nations and states.
The power to determine Texas's political, cultural, and economic destiny should reside solely in the hands of the Texan people.
Texas's unique history serves as the foundation for our current and future greatness.
There is no challenge that cannot be overcome by the individual initiative and collective will of Texans.
Texas would be better off as an independent nation.
Texas should become an independent nation.
Texans should be able to vote on becoming an independent nation.
Why should supporters of the Texas Nationalist Movement support your candidacy?

I believe and support that every Texas Citizen is sovereign and no other government or body supersedes Texas!

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