|Justice for Sale in Hight's Liberty County 75th Court?|
One campaign contributor is Allen Youngblood's (i-dineout) attorney, Gerald Hoseman along with a host of other local attorneys. Because of an alleged quid pro quo with Hight's renters and (Wednesday court) justice for sale, contributions from local Liberty County Attorneys into Hight's campaign could call into question those attorney's individual motives and ethics.
As for expenditures, queerly we see payments to Macy's in Baytown and The Vineyard in Dayton, Texas.
Note on Hight's campaign report there is a contribution from "Vision Ministry" located at 1829 Sam Houston St., Liberty TX 77575. This address is the 'City of Liberty'.
Curiously, Hight's campaign consultant payments are not included in his candidate expense report- this begs the question...
What campaign expenditures is Hight hiding from the Texas Ethics Commission and the people of Liberty County?
Answer: Business as usual for a corrupt public official...
Hight's Campaign Finance Report Link