Monthly Archives: October 2012


Parker Joins Committee Charged with Growing Manufacturing Base

October 24th, 2012

“I am pleased to be selected to serve on this important committee,” Parker stated. “With every dollar of manufacturing products sold creating an additional $1.40 in economic activity, reviving this critical industry is so important to our overall recovery from this global economic downturn. It is imperative that state lawmakers put the policies in place to bring about a manufacturing renaissance in Texas, and I am honored to be a part of that process.”


Parker Goes for Another Term

October 24th, 2012

Parker said the state needs continued strong conservative leadership and a business-oriented mindset in the Texas House of Representatives and his experience in both the legislature and as a private businessman make him an effective advocate for Denton County on the important issues facing Texas.


Texas Manufacturing Association Endorses Tan Parker for Re-Election

October 12th, 2012

“Manufacturing is a driving engine of the Texas economy and we proudly support candidates who consistently work to keep manufacturing in Texas strong,” said Warren Mayberry, chairman of MPACT. “Representative Parker has been tireless in his efforts to advance a strong manufacturing climate in Texas and he’s the right choice for his district.”


Parker Reminds Residents of Registration Deadline

October 5th, 2012

Texans can verify their voter registration or find information on how to register to vote by visiting the state’s website, www.votetexas.gov. Denton County residents can register to vote in person by visiting the county’s Election Administration office, located at 401 West Hickory, Suite 125 in Denton.


A Brighter Look at Humanity During this Traditionally Negative Season

October 5th, 2012

With our President setting the tone, we know what is in store. That is why I wanted to share with you some recent examples of the countless acts of compelling benevolence, self-sacrifice, and generosity that happen right here in Denton County. So the next time you want to roll your eyes at a political commercial on tv, think back instead to one of these stories…