Texas Values Action Endorses Cheryl Bean for State Representative, District 97!

May 28, 2024
Topic: Elections


Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today.

Cheryl Bean was recently endorsed by Save Women’s Sports leader – Riley Gaines!!

These “Runoff” elections will finalize and determine which Democratic and Republican primary candidates will be on the ballot in the November general election.

The other candidate in this race is being supported heavily by CASINO Gambling Big Corporate Funders. Casino Gambling sites will devastate this area and attract more criminal activity. It will destroy people’s finances while also increasing human trafficking and prostitution. Cheryl Bean heavily opposes casino gambling in Texas and efforts to place these sites in Tarrant County.

There are other runoff races in which we haven’t endorsed. For all of the races where we haven’t made an endorsement, visit

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Cheryl Bean for Texas District 97, House of Representatives

Cheryl is committed to the core values that enable true freedom: the freedom to work hard and succeed, the freedom to raise a family without interference, and the freedom to worship and live according to your guiding principles. Texas House District 97 includes the following cities: Fort Worth, Benbrook, White Settlement, and Crowley, and the district is entirely in Tarrant County. This is an “open seat” as the incumbent Texas House member in this seat has chosen not to run for re-election.

Cheryl is endorsed by Senator Ted Cruz, Lt. Governor Dan Patrick, Attorney General Ken Paxton, Ag Commissioner Sid Miller, Land Commissioner Dr. Dawn Buckingham, Republican Party of TX Chairman Matt Rinaldi, Vince and Mona Puente, and Tarrant County Judge Tim O’Hare.

Cheryl Bean has been a proven leader in her community, as a sixth generation Texan who grew up and raised her own family in Tarrant County (Fort Worth), as well as starting and running a successful small business. Recently, Cheryl Bean was the key leader who showed her Christian Conservative principles by successfully passing a standard that says a Fort Worth charter school must use the birth certificate to decide if students will compete in the boys choir or the girls choir, after liberal activists tried to pressure the school to adopt inaccurate political ideology on this issue. Cheryl serves on the board of this charter school. Cheryl is a small business owner and is very active in her community, attending many faith, family and pro-life events including Texas Values Action events. Cheryl Bean received a statewide award in 2023 for her leadership on faith, family and freedom in Texas.

Top Issues of Concern for Cheryl Include:

  • Protecting Children
  • Protecting the Life of the Pre-born
  • Election Integrity
  • Empowering Parents

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