TJ Fabby for State RepresentativeWaxahachie, Texas — Republican T.J. Fabby has announced his candidacy for State Representative in House District 10.  Fabby is seeking to replace Jim Pitts, who recently announced his retirement from the Texas House.

“The majority of residents across Ellis and Henderson counties support the idea of limited government, and I wholeheartedly agree.  That is why I have spent the past six years of my life working hard as a conservative political activist trying to promote the principles of liberty locally, as well as in Austin. I am eager to work for the people of House District 10 to promote these ideas of freedom and prosperity in the Texas House of Representatives,” said Fabby.

Fabby has been active in the Ellis County Republican Party since 2008. In 2009, he helped to found the Ellis County Tea Party movement. In 2010, he served as a delegate to the State Convention for the Republican Party of Texas. In 2012, he again served as a delegate to the State Convention and then went on to serve as an alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida alongside Commissioner Paul D. Perry, who has endorsed Fabby for State Representative. “T. J. Fabby is a champion of liberty,” Perry said, “and I believe he will stand up for the values of the people of House District 10.”

During the 83rd legislative session, Fabby joined with a group of conservatives to author a bill that would have protected Texas taxpayers from the taxes and penalties associated with Obamacare.  Fabby also traveled to Austin several times during the session to meet with legislators, testify on bills in committee, and support several causes, including the pro life rally during the second special session.

Fabby grew up in Red Oak and has lived in Waxahachie for the past eight years with his wife and two young children.  He owns two small businesses:  Liberty Container and Liberty Tree Service.  He and his family attend Freedom Fellowship International Church in Waxahachie.  For more information about T. J. Fabby, visit  To contact Fabby call 972-937-8733 or email him at

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