In first 7 days of campaign, Judge Nathaniel Moran raises over $100,000, announces over 150 endorsements

December 10, 2021

In first 7 days of campaign, Judge Nathaniel Moran raises over $100,000, announces over 150 endorsements

Tyler, TX — After only one week on the campaign trail for Congressional District 1, Smith County Judge Nathaniel Moran has raised over $100,000 and announced more than 150 endorsements by East Texas conservative, business, and community leaders.

“Kyna and I are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support we have received since announcing my campaign for Congress,” Moran stated. “My record of cutting taxes, supporting law enforcement, and fighting for personal liberty is resonating across East Texas, from Center to Texarkana and everywhere in between,” he continued.

One of Judge Moran’s early supporters, State Senator Bryan Hughes, has traveled with Moran during the first week of the campaign.

“It is so exciting to see how fired up folks are about my good friend Judge Moran’s campaign,” Hughes said. “I’m not surprised that he’s receiving such strong support; Nathaniel has been a champion for conservative values for a long time and his dedication to our region is second to none,” he concluded.

Moran is running in the Republican Primary, which will be held on March 1, 2022. The list of supporters at the time of this release is included below.

Jaclyn Abernathy, Community Leader
Jesse Acosta, Community Leader
Jerry Alexander, Community Leader
U. Sidney Allen, Community Leader
Hon. Richard Anderson, Former State Senator & Harrison County Judge
Presilla Ashley, Community Leader
Julia Ayers, Conservative Leader
John Bailey, Community Leader
Annell Barron, Community Leader
Don Barron, Community Leader
Dean Barry, Community Leader
Jan Barton, Business Leader
Hon. Barbara Bass, Former Mayor of Tyler
Robbin Bass, Business Leader
Jonathan Becker, Community Leader
Christin Bentley, Conservative Leader
Greg Bentley, Community Leader
Patrick Bonds, Community Leader
Bob Bondurant, Business Leader
Derrith Bondurant, Community Leader
John Brindley, Community Leader
Michelle Brookshire, Community Leader
Tim Brookshire, Business Leader
General Red Brown, Community Leader
Todd Buchanan, Business Leader & Home School Advocate
David Burch, Community Leader
Phil Burks, Business Leader
Rev. Dennis Cable, Former SD1 SREC Member
Steven Campbell, Community Leader
Hon. Maxey Cerliano, Gregg County Sheriff
Craig Conser, Community Leader
Casey Cook, Community Leader
Cari Cooley, Community Leader
Hannah Cooper, President, Smith County Young Republicans
John Corley, Community Leader
Daniel Courade, Community Leader
Pam Crabtree, Community Leader
Ted Crabtree, Community Leader
Donna Crawford, Community Leader
Marcia Daughtrey, Former SD1 SREC Member
Barbara Eason, Conservative Leader
Jennifer Eckles, Community Leader
Hon. Kevin Eltife, Former Mayor & State Senator
Hon. Sharon Emmert, Former Smith County Commissioner & Republican Precinct Chair
Jay Ferguson, Education Leader
Al Flanagan, Community Leader
Dan Ford, Community Leader
Hon. Pam Frederick, Mayor of Bullard
Michelle Gamboa, Business Leader
Bob Garrett, Business Leader
Alejandro Gauna, Officer, Texas Minority Coalition
Rocky Gill, Business Leader
Ted Gray, Community Leader
Donny Green, Community Leader
Angela Greenwell, Community Leader
Hon. Sam Griffith, Former Justice, 12th Court of Appeals
Sharon Guthrie, Republican Party Precinct Chair
Robert Haberle, Community Leader
Rev. Fritz Hager, Former School Board President
Todd Hancock, Healthcare Leader
Shelia Hargraves, Community Leader
Hon. Georgia Harris, Whitehouse City Council
Dr. Craig Harrison, Healthcare Leader
Mitch Henderson, Community Leader
Hon. Stuart Hene, Tyler City Council
Tom Henson, Community Leader
Clint Hobbs, Community Leader
Karin Hopkins, Community Leader
Hon. Bryan Hughes, State Senator
René Hughey, Community Leader
Gaylord Hughey, Jr., Business Leader
Nanette Hutto, Community Leader
Dr. Laura Jackson, Conservative Leader
Mary Elizabeth Jackson, Healthcare Leader
Hon. Josh Joplin, Smith County Constable
Doug Kelly, Community Leader
Ritchie Laney, Community Leader
Lauren Langas, Officer, Smith County Young Republicans
Russ Langas, SD1 SREC Member
Ashley Layne, Community Leader
Lesley Ledwell, Community Leader
Steve Ledwell, Community Leader
Jalam Lewis, Officer, Smith County Young Republicans
Karen Lewis, Community Leader
James Lively, Community Leader
Austin Luce, Former President, Smith County Young Republicans
Seong MacLaren, Community Leader
Matthew Marshall, Business Leader
Gail Martin, Community Leader
John Martin, Community Leader
Reid Martin, Community Leader
Antonio Martinez, Community Leader
Paula Martinez, Business Leader
Brenda Massey, Community Leader
William McWhorter, Conservative Leader
John Moore, Community Leader
Dr. Chris Moran, Education Leader
James Moran, Community Leader
Jane Moran, Community Leader
Marjorie Moran, Community Leader
Patrick Moran, Business Leader
Tim Morgan,Community Leader
Tony Morgan, Business Leader
Vicki Morgan, Community Leader
Tristan X. Mosher, Officer, Smith County Young Republicans
Jill Nance, Community Leader
Cindy Nick, Conservative Leader
Hon. Cary Nix, Smith County Commissioner
Hon. John Nix, Former Tyler City Councilman
Shawn Odenhal, Business Leader
Hon. Charles Parker, Former Mayor of Whitehouse
Cary Patterson, Community Leader
Lois Patterson, Community Leader
Jim Perkins, Business Leader
Margaret Perkins, Community Leader
Tanya Peterson, Community Leader
Bob Pettke, Community Leader
Pat Pinkerton, Community Leader
Linda Pritchard, Community Leader
Jason Proctor, Hospital Leader
William Pruett, Community Leader
Hon. Jacob Putman, Smith County District Attorney
Rachael Putman, Community Leader
Nancy Arellano Rangel, Community Leader
Leslie Rasco, Community Leader
Sylvia Reel, Community Leader
Bob Reeves, Business & Conservative Leader
Reed Rippy, Business Leader
Suzie Rippy, Community Leader
Benjamin Roach, Community Leader
Susan Robertson, Community Leader
Mark Robinson, Business Leader
Hon. Joey Seeber, Former Mayor of Tyler
Pat Self, Conservative Leader
Stacey Sigwald, Community Leader
Hannah Sillars, Community Leader
Jeffery Simon, Community Leader
Jeramy “Jamy” Skaggs, Community Leader
Courtney Smith, Conservative Leader
Hon. Larry Smith, Smith County Sheriff
John Soules, Sr., Business Leader
Vonda Taliaferro, Community Leader
Micah John Tarry, Business Leader
Samantha Taylor, Community Leader
Don Thedford, Business Leader
Joe Thigpen, Community Leader
Gary Traylor, Community Leader
Tracy Vincent, Conservative Leader
Traci Wagner, Community Leader
Rebecca Wampler, Community Leader
Hon. James Wansley, Mayor of Whitehouse
Leah Wansley, Business & Community Leader
Hon. Jeff Warr, Former Smith County Commissioner
Sabrina Warr, Former Officer, Smith County Republican Club
Hon. Don Warren, Mayor of Tyler
Betty Waters, Community Leader
Mark Whatley, Former Tyler City Councilman
Bryan White, Business Leader
Denny Whitley, Community Leader
Jamey Whitley, Business Leader
Josh Wilson, Community Leader
Wendy Woodall, Community Leader
Jason Wright, Business & Conservative Leader
Greg Young, Community Leader
Ingrid Young, Community Leader