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Dear Friends,

My name is Matt Savino, I live in the small town of Seven Points, Texas and I'm running for the office of Texas State House of Representatives District 10.

I want to be your voice in Austin. Too many representatives want to push their feelings and agendas on your behalf. I want to be a true 'representative' and vote what YOU want. 

I will vote against any bill that will put more of a burden on the people of this great State. Personal freedom from the government is what our forefathers envisioned not an over powering government that wants to regulate you and tax you into poverty. There's not much left in this State that is not taxed or regulated anymore.

My main focus is to eliminate or at least reduce taxes everywhere. From sales tax and fuel tax, to property taxes and repeat motor vehicle sales tax. The tax burden on Texas is one of the highest in the country. There are many area of wasted spending and one of the best ways to eliminate wasteful spending is to reduce the funding to the state government in the first place. 

Help me get your voice heard in Austin. Contribute now to help get the word spread and your personal financial burden of taxes reduced.

 

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Wednesday, August 15, 2018 12:00 AM

Matt Savino on Taxation Is Theft Live!

I talked with Matt Savino who is running for Texas House in District 10. He's got a very interesting story. The state basically stole his kids away from him with no real system for recourse. He was not charged with any crimes, but CPS operates above the law.

We also talked about property tax and the morality of creating and enforcing laws.

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Tuesday, July 3, 2018 12:00 AM

Dallas News: Trump's proposed bump stock ban draws 97,000 comments weighing gun rights against fears of violence

Libertarian Texas House District 10 candidate Matt Savino opposed the ban on legal grounds, noting that the trigger still functions separately each time a semiautomatic weapon is fired, even with the assistance of a bump stock.


Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:00 AM

Trump's proposed bump stock ban draws 97,000 comments weighing gun rights against fears of violence

WASHINGTON — A regulatory agency received more than 97,000 comments on a proposed nationwide ban on bump stocks, the device used in a Las Vegas concert massacre that left 58 people dead last October.

The 90-day comment period ended at midnight Wednesday, and gun control advocates and Second Amendment advocates from Texas and across the country were eager to share their fears — of violence, or of losing their gun rights.

Southlake Carroll High School junior Alanna Miller commented that she was at a concert on the night of the Las Vegas shooting, and that her experience led her to support the ban.

"The access and availability to [sic] bump stocks enabled the shooter in Las Vegas to make his attack as deadly as it was," Miller wrote. "I couldn't help but think that it could've been MY own concert that turned deadly."

Libertarian Texas House District 10 candidate Matt Savino opposed the ban on legal grounds, noting that the trigger still functions separately each time a semiautomatic weapon is fired, even with the assistance of a bump stock.

"While bump stock devices will now be treated as machine guns under these regulations, they also raise serious questions in regard to AR-15s and other semiautomatic rifles — as they are now on the brink of being designated as machine guns by the next anti-gun administration," Savino wrote.


Monday, March 12, 2018 12:00 AM

Election Prepping is still in Full Swing for Some in Cedar Creek Lake


Sunday, February 11, 2018 12:00 AM

Henderson County Libertarian Party - Regional Candidate Forum

Come meet our Libertarian candidates running in various districts in Henderson County! Our event will feature Texas House District 4 candidate D. Allen Miller, Texas House District 10 candidate Matt Savino, and Texas Congressional District 5 candidate Ben Leder.

Pending is Bruce Quarles running for State Senate, District 3. If he is unable to make it, perhaps he can Skype in.

We would love for anyone in the public to come meet our candidates. Please join us and bring your family and friends along! :)

Call County Chair Desarae Lindsey with any questions or concerns: Henderson@LPTexas.org / 469-418-2757
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