NUBIA DEVINE'S LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES
Secure the Texas Border
by passing legislation to seize abandoned building materials left at the border and securing any additional funding from the Texas rainy day fund to complete the border wall.
Improve Election Integrity
by making ballot harvesting a 2nd degree felony.
Support Parental Rights
by passing legislation banning the teaching of critical race theory. Promote “The Right to Life” ethic by passing legislation to develop and fund a “Respect Life” curriculum in all public schools.
by incentivising teacher performance and empowering parents to opt their children out of curriculums that offend deeply held religious convictions.
18 years and under from any and all gender reassignment therapies and procedures.
Pass Property Tax Reform
to exempt residences valued under $100,000, seniors over 70 years of age and disabled Texans who have been classified as having a disability exceeding 50%.
Protect Property Rights
by preventing private businesses from using eminent domain.
Improve the Hill Country Economy
by supporting the elimination of unnecessary regulation and taxes.
Promote Medical Freedom
by passing legislation banning vaccination mandates issued by all state and local governments and private businesses in Texas.
ABOUT NUBIA DEVINE
Putting Her Experience
Nubia Devine is a proud mother of seven, grandmother and pilot. She has proudly served the state of Texas and her community for more than 33 years. Originally from Venezuela, she fled as communism took hold and understands all too well, what we are fighting for and against. Devine’s decades of community service began in Women’s Ministry with pregnancy resource centers, and she more recently founded Esther Council and serves as the Director of Operations for the Austin Area Pastor Council.
In 2015, Devine began to focus on serving in the political arena. She worked for Don Zimmerman, an Austin City Council Member, and two conservative champions in the House of Representatives: Kyle Biedermann and Briscoe Cain. In addition to serving as Republican Party Precinct Chair & Travis County Republican Party Outreach & Engagement Chair, Devine volunteered for numerous political campaigns, including her husband’s election to District Judge and to the Texas Supreme Court.