Due to a series of surgeries, complications, and a string of hospital visits, candidate Clif Deuvall has withdrawn from the race for Texas District 56.
The campaign will be holding a petition drive to gather signatures on June 21rst with a table at McLennan Community College in the Michaelis Academic Center from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on the first floor.
Stop by to sign the petition, and if you need to register to vote, we can get you setup with that as well.
500 signatures are required to qualify for the ballot.
We hope to see you there!
Independent candidate Clifford “Clif” Deuvall, a disabled Vietnam War veteran and former teacher is seeking election to the Texas House of Representatives for District 56, an area that includes most of Waco and the surrounding communities.
What type of person is Clif Deuvall? Simply put, even his foes find him to be a very likeable, agreeable person. Easy to approach, very easy to talk to, Clif can strike up a conversation with anyone on just about any subject. He’s the type that will talk about nearly anything he’s experienced, with the exception of 3D movies, as he jokes about a person with only one eye not being able to watch them. I assure him he’s not missing out on much. Continue reading
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By Denton Ramsey, Public Relations Director
Clifford “Clif” Deuvall, of Waco, is running as an Independent, for a seat in the Texas House of Representatives for District 56—making his candidacy official by filing with the state on December 1, 2011.
Deuvall, a decorated military veteran and longtime community leader in Central Texas, brings a plethora of experience to the table as a candidate for office, along with a strong sense of constitutional integrity and responsibility. Continue reading