Nathaniel Moran for

Congressional District 1.

Congressional

District 1.

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Nathaniel’s

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Nathaniel’s

Experience.

Nathaniel Moran is a true freedom-loving East Texan. He has shown time and time again his commitment to our deeply held values of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. This was never more evident than in his response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Judge Moran has not wavered from his commitment to protect our individual liberty while keeping our community safe.

Bryan Hughes

State Senator, Senate District 1

Nathaniel Moran for U.S. Congress

Nathaniel’s Values.

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Sanctity of Life

Judge Moran believes life begins at conception. He is dedicated to protecting the life of every unborn child so they can fulfill their specific calling. Judge Moran has been proud to support the recently passed Heartbeat Bill in Texas and looks forward to the day when Roe v. Wade is overturned.

Public Safety & Border Security

Judge Moran is a strong supporter of law enforcement. As County Judge, he increased law enforcement salaries on average 14%, including a 25% pay raise for entry-level positions to ensure our law enforcement leaders can recruit and retain the very best.

Judge Moran recognizes our safety and security depend on a secure border. Because the current administration refuses to act to secure our border, it is a full-scale national security issue. Judge Moran will take strong action to secure our border and stop the influx of drugs, human trafficking, and gang activity coming into our state.

Pro-2nd Amendment

The rights enshrined in the Constitution must be protected. Judge Moran is a strong proponent of the 2nd Amendment. As Smith County Judge, Moran presided over the effort to designate Smith County as a Sanctuary County for the 2nd Amendment, assuring all citizens that their constitutional rights are respected in Smith County.

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Fiscal Responsibility

The federal deficit is out of control, creating serious threats from foreign countries like China. Judge Moran knows that the government has no money – it all belongs to the taxpayers. As County Judge, he took the unprecedented step of decreasing the Smith County property tax rate during the pandemic, and Smith County enjoys one of the lowest tax rates in the state.

Pro-Liberty

As County Judge, Moran worked hard to keep businesses open during the COVID-19 pandemic. Working closely with healthcare leaders across the County, Judge Moran took appropriate precautions while respecting the rights of individuals and businesses to make decisions that were best for themselves and their families.

Stop Government Overreach

Ronald Reagan said it best when he stated, “…man is not free unless government is limited.” The current administration is trying to force its way into decisions that are best left to families and individuals. Judge Moran will fight to return the values of personal liberty and family values to our nation.

Nathaniel Moran's Key Accomplishments

Key Accomplishments.

Nathaniel Moran's Key Accomplishments

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Strong Leadership

  • Decreased Smith County property tax rate during pandemic
  • In 2021, increased law enforcement salaries an average of 14%, and 25% for entry-level positions to help address high turnover and recruitment challenges
  • Successfully led Smith County through the COVID-19 pandemic, protecting both life and liberty, and earning praise from both conservative grassroots activists and Harvard University’s “Pandemic Resilience: Getting it Done”

Fiscal Responsibility

  • Led efforts to ensure Smith County enjoys one of the lowest property tax rates in Texas
  • Proposed and adopted tax rate more than 50 cents below the No New Revenue rate in 2020
  • Fully automated the probate, guardianship, and mental health court docket, over which the County Judge presides, leading to a much more efficient process
  • Saved taxpayer dollars by establishing and overseeing one of the few Assistive Outpatient Treatment Courts for those suffering from mental illness, allowing them to live independently without court oversight

Election Security

  • Invested in new voting machines with the tightest security and a paper backup
  • Committed to ensuring secure, accurate, legal, and transparent elections run smoothly so our citizens can trust that their right to vote is protected
  • Commissioned wholesale review of voter data to ensure accuracy of ballots

Accountability & Transparency

  • Implemented extensive public budget workshops to provide citizens in-depth information about how their tax dollars are being spent
  • Initiated Community Commitment Report, an annual State of the County address in partnership with the Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Re-designed County website to ensure public information is easy to access
  • Conducts regular evaluations of each administrative department to improve efficiency and the value they bring to the County

Support for Veterans

  • Ensured the highest quality customer service for men and women in uniform from the Smith County Veterans Office
  • Provided information to citizens on services offered by the Smith County Veterans Office
  • Created strong partnership with CampV, a regional veterans service organization

Problem Solving & Long Term Planning

  • Oversaw development of a 20-year facilities plan to ensure major facilities needs were planned for and funded appropriately to make the most use of every tax dollar
  • Developed a 6-year Road & Bridge Plan to reconstruct and repave 500 miles of County Roads
  • Used cash reserves to plan for and purchase a new Road & Bridge facility
  • Held dozens of public hearings & workshops and worked with stakeholders to develop a long-term plan for the Smith County Courthouse

2020 Leadership Tyler Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient.

Judge Moran strongly supports law enforcement, working closely with the Smith County Sheriff’s office to secure the resources we need to keep our communities safe. He is a thoughtful, intentional leader who sets a clear direction and works with each department to accomplish our goals in the most efficient, effective way possible.

Larry Smith

Smith County Sheriff

In The Press.

Smith County Judge Nathaniel Moran and Family

About Nathaniel.

Smith County Judge Nathaniel Moran is proud of his East Texas roots. A native of Whitehouse and graduate of Whitehouse High School, he continued his education at the U. S. Military Academy and Texas Tech University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Russian, an MBA, and his law degree. He is an attorney who has wide-ranging experience, including business and commercial litigation and transaction work. He is the son of a small businessman and is the owner of two small businesses – a law firm and a staffing company that puts hundreds of East Texans to work every day.

Judge Moran is active in the community, volunteering for a number of non-profit organizations including Cancer Foundation for Life, Boy Scouts of America Troop 370 (Green Acres), Discovery Science Place, Whitehouse I.S.D. Education Foundation, and Smith County Bar Association. He is a strong conservative and has served as Republican Party of Texas State Convention Delegate, Smith County Republican Party Precinct Chairman, Chairman of the Smith County Republican Party Candidate Committee, and as an Election Judge.

Judge Moran represented District 5 on the Tyler City Council from 2005-2009, and he has been the Smith County Judge since 2016. He and his wife, Kyna, are the proud parents of four children – Caleb, Victoria, Juliette, and Lincoln. The Moran family are active members of South Spring Baptist Church in Tyler, Texas, where they have served as Sunday School teachers for the past several years.

Nathaniel Moran's Professional, Public Service, Republican Party Leadership, and Educational Experience

Nathaniel’s Experience.

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Professional

  • Founder & principal owner, Nathaniel Moran Law Firm
  • Franchise owner, Remedy Staffing
  • Former partner, Ramey & Flock Law Firm

Public Service

  • State Judicial Commission on Mental Health, Appointed by the Supreme Court of Texas and Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
  • Mayor Pro Tem, City of Tyler — May 2009
  • Councilmember, District 5, City of Tyler — 2005-2009
  • Smith County Judge, 2016 – present

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Republican Party Leadership

  • Smith County Republican Club — Past President
  • Smith County Republican Party — Former Candidate Committee Chairman
  • Smith County Republican Party — Former Chair, Precinct 55
  • Republican Party of Texas State Convention — Delegate
  • Smith County — Former Precinct 55 Election Judge

Education

  • J.D. – Texas Tech University School of Law
  • M.B.A. – Texas Tech University
  • B.A. – Texas Tech University
  • U.S. Military Academy (West Point, NY)

When I worked with Nathaniel Moran on the Tyler City Council, I quickly recognized that he was a person of high integrity, and not afraid to tackle tough issues. From building partnerships across the county to accomplish ambitious goals to leading important efforts like ensuring election security, Nathaniel has the intelligence, work ethic, and conservative values to lead East Texas forward.

Barbara Bass

Former Mayor, City of Tyler

Nathaniel’s Supporters.

Jaclyn Abernathy
Jesse Acosta
Jerry Alexander
Michael Allare
U. Sidney Allen
Hon. Richard Anderson
Greg & Ashley Arnold
Presilla Ashley
Jeff Austin III
Julia Ayers
John Bailey
Lin Barker
Bruce Barnes
Don Barron
Annell Barron
Dean Barry
Jan Barton
Robbin Bass
Hon. Barbara Bass
Thomas Beall
Jonathan Becker
Cassi Beckham
Christin & Greg Bentley
Patrick Bonds
Derrith & Bob Bondurant
Kimberly & Hon. Dennis Bonnen
Michael Bosworth
Rea Boudreaux
Bob Breedlove
John Brindley
Michelle & Tim Brookshire
Garnett Brookshire
General Red Brown
Todd Buchanan
Robert Bunch
Jim Bunch
David Burch
Phil Burks
Rev. Dennis Cable
Steven Campbell
Ginger Cardwell
Shelly & Charlie Cano
Mike Cavender
Hon. Maxey Cerliano
Terry Clarke
Mike Clements
Michael Clements
Craig Conser
Casey Cook
Cari Cooley
Hannah Cooper
John Corley
Daniel Courade
Ted Crabtree
Pam Crabtree
Donna Crawford
Bobbby Curtis
Marcia Daughtrey
Lynne & Terry Davis

George Dodd
Eugene Dolle
Pat & Jan Downing
Dr. David Dykes
Barbara Eason
Jennifer Eckles
Betsy Ellis
Hon. Kevin Eltife
Hon. Sharon Emmert
Tami Farr
Jay Ferguson
Steven Fitzpatrick
Al Flanagan
Dan Ford
Hon. Pam Frederick
Michelle Gamboa
Bob Garrett
Alejandro Gauna
Lee Gibson
Julie & John Gibson
Rocky Gill
David Glass
Charles Goldsmith
Trey Graham
Ted Gray
Donny Green
Angela Greenwell
Trey Greer
Scooter Griffin
Hon. Sam Griffith
Sharon Guthrie
Robert Haberle
Rev. Fritz Hager
Todd Hancock
Shelia Hargraves
Hon. Georgia Harris
Catherine & Dr. Craig Harrison
Dr. Charles Heaton
Hon. Martin Heines
Mitch Henderson
Hon. Stuart Hene
Tom Henson
Charles Hill
Clint Hobbs
Karin Hopkins
Presley Connie Hudson
Hon. Bryan Hughes
Gaylord & René Hughey
Bill Humphries
Nanette Hutto
Casey Hymer
Mary Elizabeth Jackson
Laura Jackson
Coy Johnson
Hon. Josh Joplin
Steven Kean
Doug Kelly
Ritchie Laney
Lauren & Russ Langas

Ashley Layne
Lesley & Steve Ledwell
Glenn Lemunyon
Jalam Lewis
Susan Lilly
James Lively
Austin Luce
Seong MacLaren
Matthew Marshall
Reid & Stacy Martin
John K Martin
Gail K & John C Martin
John Martin
Gail Martin
Ruben Martin III
Paula & Antonio Martinez
Brenda Massey
Patrick McArthur
Brock McCorkle
William McGaughey
William McWhorter
Brooks Melton
Sam Mezayek
John Moore
Patrick & Jane Moran
Marjorie Moran
James Moran
Holly Moran
Dr. Chris Moran
Vicki & Tony Morgan
Tim Morgan
Tristan X. Mosher
Jill Nance
Joe Nichols
Cindy Nick
Willa & Jim Nipp
Hon. John Nix
Hon. Cary Nix
Stephen Oden
Shawn Odenhal
Hon. Charles Parker
Robert Patterson
Lois Patterson
Cary Patterson
John G Payne
Margaret & Jim Perkins
Richard Perryman
Tanya & Randy Peterson
Bob Pettke
Hon. Terry Phillips
Hon. Karen Phillips
Brian Phillips
Alan Pigg
Pat Pinkerton
Lizzie Podany
Linda Pritchard
Jason Proctor
William Pruett
Rachael & Hon. Jacob Putman
Lance Ramsey

Nancy Arellano Rangel
Leslie Rasco
Sylvia Reel
Bob Reeves
Cynthia & Richard Ridgeway
Suzie & Reed Rippy
Benjamin Roach
Susan Robertson
Mark Robinson
James Henry Russell
Hon. Joey Seeber
Pat Self
Stacey Sigwald
Hannah Sillars
Yasmin & Jeffrey Simon
Jamy Skaggs
Pamela & Kim Smith
Hon. Larry Smith
Courtney Smith
John Soules, Sr.
David Stevenson
Hon. Bill Stoudt
Vonda Taliaferro
Micah John Tarry
Samantha Taylor
Don Thedford
Joe Thigpen
Barbara & Carl Thomason
Brad Tidwell
Wesley Traylor
Gary Traylor
Amanda & Tom Trimble
Susan & Rob Trimble III
Laurie & Rob Trimble IV
Ron Vickery
Tracy Vincent
Traci Wagner
Ken Waits
Rebecca Wampler
Leah & Hon. James Wansley
Sabrina & Hon. Jeff Warr
Hon. Don Warren
Betty Waters
Mark Whatley
Clay White
Bryan White
Jamey Whitley
Denny Whitley
Elizabeth Wilhite
Josh Wilson
Sam Wolf
Wendy Woodall
Jason Wright
Hon. James Wynne
Katy & Sonny Ybarra
Ingrid Young
Greg Young
Carlos Zaffirini Jr
Brandy Ziegler

Republican Primary Election

Election Day — Tuesday, March 1
March 1 Vote Centers — Open 7:00 am – 7:00 pm

Early Voting Locations

Main Location (The HUB)

304 E. Ferguson St., Tyler, TX 75702

Heritage Building

1900 Bellwood Rd., Tyler, TX 75701

Lindale Masonic Lodge

200 W. Margaret St., Lindale, TX 75771

Noonday Community Center

16662 CR 196, Tyler, TX 75703

Whitehouse United Methodist Church

405 W. Main St., Whitehouse, TX 75791

Early Voting Dates & Hours

Mon. - Fri., February 14-18

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Sat., February 19

7:00 am – 7:00 pm

Sun., February 20

10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Tue. - Fri., February 22-25

7:00 am – 7:00 pm

Keep East Texas the Place We’re Proud to Call Home.”

Support Nathaniel Moran for Congress to continue effective, conservative leadership. It’s an investment today to ensure East Texas remains the kind of place you want to live tomorrow.