Julie Dahlberg (Republican Party) is running for election to the Texas State Senate to represent District 21. She is on the ballot in the general election on November 8, 2022. She advanced from the Republican primary on March 1, 2022.
Julie is running against Incumbent Judith Zaffirini (D) and Arthur DiBianca (I) in the general election for Texas State Senate District 21 on November 8, 2022.
Julie grew up and graduated high school in Florida, before moving to Texas with her family. Julie joined the U.S. Army shortly thereafter, building the mission-critical devices “BCGs”, during Julie’s time serving new recruits at the Reception Station at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri in the early 1990s.
Julie is running on strong conservative policies:
Protecting religious liberty. Ending mandates. Introducing legislation for term Limits of 12 years. Fully securing our border with physical barriers and surveillance, and support and fund every effort on the state level to prevent illegal federal trespassers. Insisting on a plan to end property taxes as expediently as possible. Holding leaders accountable to supporting our law enforcement & border patrol. Lower taxes by cutting unnecessary and excess spending.
Julie wants to end public offices held by establishment leaders who try to control and intimidate us, and replace them with regular, hard-working people who you can trust to have your family’s best interests at heart.
Julie held strong conservative views for many years, but her interest was limited and she could tend to lean toward being a cynic about whether a regular person could actually affect change, given the push toward progressively socialist liberal ideologies that have somehow gotten control over most of our institutions. Julie was committed to the importance of voting Republican. Julie began to learn how much it matters in our everyday lives, who is elected to represent us in our government and she became committed to researching and educating herself in legislative affairs, informing others and encouraging their participation.