Skip to content Skip to footer
The Texan Patriot

THE TEXAN: Patriot Mobile PAC Spends over $400,000, Finds Success in Tarrant County School Board Races

Patriot Mobile Action spends over $400,000 advocating on behalf of 11 candidates during the course of school board elections in four school districts this spring and had a perfect record of victory. This includes direct mailers and "get-out-the vote" efforts. "These victories speak loudly to parents' desire for exemplary education and not indoctrination," Patriot Mobile…

PATRIOT MOBILE ACTION: 11 of 11 Patriot Mobile Action Endorsed Candidates Win

Texas-based Patriot Mobile Action announces Saturday’s runoff win in Mansfield, Texas secures the 11th victory of all 11 school board candidates endorsed by Patriot Mobile Action. "We believe to save America we must save our public schools," said Mrs. Wambsganss. "We also know how important Texas is to America, and how important Tarrant County is…
Patriot Mobile

KHOU: Conservatives’ school board victories could give Texas GOP momentum for November elections, 2023 legislative session

A new political action committee (PAC) formed in January 2022 saw significant success in local school board races in Tarrant County. Patriot Mobile Action, a general-purpose PAC in Texas, is based in Tarrant County where the conservative wireless provider Patriot Mobile has its headquarters. While it can neither directly fund nor coordinate with candidates, the PAC advocated…
Voting Machines

STAR TELEGRAM: Candidates backed by conservative PACs dominate school board races in Fort Worth suburbs

Candidates backed by conservative political action committees won their races in Forth Worth area suburban school board races. Patriot Mobile, a Grapevine cellphone company that calls itself "America's only Christian conservative wireless provider," poured $500,000 into a PAC to support candidates in the Carroll, Grapevine-Colleyville, Keller and Mansfield school districts

TEXAS TRIBUNE: Candidates backed by conservative PAC sweep Tarrant County school board elections

All but one of the 11 Tarrant County conservative school board candidates, who were backed this year by several high-profile donors and big-money PACs, defeated their opponents during Saturday’s local elections, according to unofficial results. The one candidate backed by the groups who didn’t win outright advances to a runoff election in June.