|Texas House of Representatives, District 51|
DiBianca's website highlights the following campaign themes:
Cut Taxes and Spending
- Excerpt:"Taxes are too high. That's because government spending is too high. I want to reduce both. Today our state government spends money on almost everything: education, health care, cancer research, business incentives (i.e. corporate welfare), and poverty programs. These may be worthy goals, but they are not proper functions of government."
End the War on Drugs
- Excerpt:"Selling and using drugs may be personally unwise, but those activities don't violate anyone's rights. By establishing drug prohibition, our government has taken a modest problem and turned it into a huge problem. Now we have to deal with drug gangs and black markets, and taxpayers have to pay to keep thousands of people in jail. We need to end this nonsense."
Relief for Small Businesses
- Excerpt:"State and local governments make it much harder than it should be to start your own business. Both native citizens and immigrants often wish they could start a business, but get frightened away by the mountain of red tape, fees, and regulations. Politicians do this partly to protect well-connected businesses by shielding them from new, lower-priced competition. Government should not pick winners and losers. I want to make it easier to start a business in Texas by reducing the power of government to get in the way."
Liberty for Latinos
- Excerpt:"Texas has a fast-growing Latin American population. I want Texas Latinos to leave behind the big-government welfare liberalism of the Democrats and the big-government bigotry of the Republicans, and join the Libertarian Party instead. We don't want the government to prop people up, and we don't want the government to hold people down. I think that's consistent with the desire of most Latinos to have a level playing field where hard work pays off."
Elections for all 150 seats in the Texas House of Representatives took place in 2014. A primary election took place on March 4, 2014. Those candidates who did not receive 50% or more of the vote in their party primary on March 4 faced an additional May 27 primary runoff. The general election was held on November 4, 2014. The signature-filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in these elections was December 9, 2013. Incumbent Eddie Rodriguez was unopposed in the Democratic primary. Rodriguez defeated Arthur DiBianca (L) in the general election.
|Texas House of Representatives, District 51 General Election, 2014|
|Democratic||Eddie Rodriguez Incumbent||87.4%||21,467|
DiBianca ran in the 2012 election for Texas House of Representatives, District 51. DiBianca ran unopposed in the May 29 primary election and was defeated by incumbent Eddie Rodriguez (D) in the general election which took place on November 6, 2012.
|Texas House of Representatives, District 51, General Election, 2012|
|Democratic||Eddie Rodriguez Incumbent||88.2%||32,878|
This section displays the most recent stories in a Google news search for the term "Arthur + DiBianca + Texas + House"
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- arthurdibianca.com, "Issues," accessed February 21, 2014
- Texas Secretary of State, "1992 - Current ELECTION HISTORY," accessed December 2, 2014
- The Libertarian Party of Texas, "2014 Texas Representative Candidate List," accessed July 30, 2014
- Green Party of Texas, "Greens Release Candidate List," accessed July 30, 2014
- Texas Secretary of State - 2012 Election and Candidate Information
- Texas Secretary of State, "1992 - Current Election History," accessed February 17, 2014
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