All for Alley Official Campaign Press Release

Friends and Fellow Conservatives: 

Mary Clare and I have been overwhelmed by support from friends, neighbors, and civic leaders as I seek to serve as State Representative for House District 108 - the community I was born in and where I now proudly raise my family. We wanted to share the following press release concerning our recent fundraiser which highlights endorsements from key local supporters. 

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Court Alley
Republican Candidate for State Representative



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Court Alley Holds Successful Campaign Event Featuring Key Local Supporters

DALLAS, TX – Enthusiasm ran high last Thursday night at the Dallas Country Club when a crowd of about 100 gathered in support of Court Alley, the small business owner and founder of the conservative PAC Brighter Dallas who is running for State Representative.  In early September, Alley formally announced his candidacy for Texas House District 108, unveiling a list of more than 800 supporters from across the district, state, and nation.
Among those present last week were former University Park Mayors Hon. James “Blackie” Holmes III and Hon. Roy Coffee, both of whom have formally endorsed Alley.  The event highlighted Alley’s conservative convictions, experiences, background, and platform. Dallas businessman and civic leader Byron Dunn, who serves as Campaign Treasurer, addressed those in attendance.  Touting the common theme that Court Alley's bid for office is a run rooted in a desire to lead by conviction, not political convenience, Dunn stated, "If you want a real conservative, Court Alley is your candidate.”
Lisa Luby Ryan, a successful small business owner who encouraged Alley to run for office, spoke to the candidate’s servant leadership. Ryan said, “Court Alley truly cares about our city, our state, and our country.   His life experiences position him as the candidate best suited to be a fiscally responsible leader.  As a small businessman, Court has earned everything he has and knows how to balance a budget.  These qualities, and his personal character, will help our families and our great state once he is in office."   Ryan has a long history of volunteer, civic, and political leadership in the district, including serving as a board member of the Council for Life and past president of Park Cities Republican Women.   
Both speakers expressed confidence in Alley's conservative foundation, and their belief that the candidate’s unwavering conservative record makes him the one best suited to provide principled conservative leadership in Austin.  
Court Alley addressed the crowd of supporters, outlining his reasons for running.
"I grew up in this neighborhood and I have seen that the conservative message brings people together."  Sharing his platform for economic freedom, low taxes, and limited government, Alley said, "We should not be dictating outcomes, but instead we should be expanding opportunity through conservative solutions."  
A specific solution offered by Alley is improving the Texas education system.  Alley stated, "To expand our state’s economic prosperity, we must improve education for all of our kids by insisting on more transparency and accountability.   Funding must be focused on students, not at failing systems and bureaucracies.”
During his remarks, Alley took time to honor his mother, who raised him as a single parent. Alley stated, "Everything I've done in my life is because of my mom.”
Court Alley is a pro-life, pro-family, pro-business conservative whose upbringing, work experience, community involvement, and his roles as a father and husband have given him a clear view of the importance of conservative values. Court is married to Dr. Mary Clare Alley, and they attend Park Cities Presbyterian Church. The Alleys are proud parents of a one-year-old son, Ford Foster Alley.  For more information or to volunteer with the campaign, visit  You may contribute by visiting here.

Pol. Adv. Paid for by Court Alley Campaign