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A CORRUPT POLITICIAN IN RINO'S CLOTHING

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WHAT VOTERS SHOULD KNOW

  • CORRUPTION

    Christi Craddick is personally profiting by serving on the Railroad Commission. She is receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars annually in royalties from companies she regulates (dollars to her personally, not her campaign).

  • ABUSE OF STATE RESOURCES

    Christi Craddick is using state resources to further her own enrichment by having agency staff assist in furtherance of her personal oil and gas interests.

  • CONFLICT OF INTEREST

    Christi Craddick's mineral interest holdings are expansive, and it's in her personal financial interest to ensure those minerals are produced - whether that be through the waiving of Commission rules or passing items for operators so they don't get shut down.

  • OTHER UNETHICAL BEHAVIOR?

    Someone needs to ask Christi Craddick if she has ever used taxpayer-funded staff to babysit her daughter. If she says no, she is lying.

WATCH CROOKED CHRISTI IN ACTION

A Corrupt Politician in RINO’s Clothing

A Corrupt Politician in RINO’s Clothing

Texas Voters Beware – Crooked Politician Alert! from Crooked Christi Craddick on Vimeo.

She didn’t endorse Ted Cruz or Donald Trump

She didn’t endorse Ted Cruz or Donald Trump

Crooked Christi Craddick from Crooked Christi Craddick on Vimeo.

VOTERS BEWARE

  • "A former lobbyist for over a decade, Crooked Christi Craddick was paid over 600,000 dollars from her dad’s campaign account when he was Speaker. Then she took hundreds of thousands of dollars from that same account to run for office."

    Fact #1
  • "As a Railroad Commissioner, Crooked Christi Craddick voted to increase fees and pushed to keep taxes the legislature repealed. She even used Agency staff to notarize her oil and gas leases and babysit her daughter.

    She’s not a conservative so she didn’t endorse Ted Cruz for president or lift a finger to help Trump."

    Fact #2
  • "If all that weren’t bad enough, Craddick actually voted on cases for operators that produce minerals she owns and that put money directly in her pocket. Crooked Christi Craddick’s an Austin animal that we need to make extinct. Let’s drain the Austin swamp and put Texas Taxpayers first."

    Fact #3

LATEST NEWS

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    Craddick Possible Violation of State Law

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    Texas Railroad Commission Chairman Under Fire for Possible Violations of State Law

    Very few people in Texas, let alone the United States, understand what the Texas Railroad Commission does. In spite of its name, it has nothing to do with railroads. It is the powerful oil and gas regulatory body that oversees energy production in the largest oil and gas state in the country. And its chairman, Christi Craddick, appears to be going rogue. The Texas Railroad Commission is led by three statewide elected commissioners. Craddick is the chairman, and Ryan Sitton and Wayne Christian are the other two commissioners. The chairman has no special authority or power; all three commissioners are supposed to have equal responsibility for running the agency.

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    “This isn’t a dictatorship” (Video by Texas Tribune)

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    In a livestreamed Tuesday meeting, Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton and the board’s chair, Christi Craddick, sparred over questions about the fate of the agency’s executive director, Kimberly Corley.

    Sitton accused Craddick of trying to oust Corely,

    who has been in her post since late 2015, without consulting the commission’s two other members.

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    Did Craddick fire the executive director?

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    Hey, Texplainer: Did the chairwoman of the Texas Railroad Commission terminate the agency’s executive director?

    In a  meeting last month, Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton and the board’s chairwoman, Christi Craddick, sparred over the fate of the agency’s executive director, Kimberly Corley, a spat that spurred questions about decision-making and transparency within the state agency.

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