ABOUT JOE ROBERTS
Joe Roberts is a DFW native who has made Far East Dallas his home for the last ten years. He embraces the ethnic, cultural, and linguistic diversity of House District 100, and he looks forward to offering its residents the opportunity to vote for their freedom this November.
Joe holds a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Texas Tech University and a Master of Arts in Spanish from the University of North Texas. He served students and their families as a teacher in traditional North Texas school districts and charter schools for 25 years, and he has been a professor at Dallas College since 2011. Having been “on the front lines” of the educational issues facing our communities, he recognizes the value of families being able to make their own choices with regard to the education of their children, instead of being shackled to a particular school based on one’s address. Joe and his wife Sarah made the choice to homeschool their own three young children, and he is an advocate for new and innovative ways to prepare the children of Texas for life in our contemporary world.
Joe is an active member of the Libertarian Party of Texas. He serves as a Precinct Chair and as the Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Dallas County, and he represents Senate District 23 (southern Dallas County) on the State Libertarian Executive Committee. He agrees with the Libertarian principles of keeping the government out of our lives as much as possible and helping one another to succeed and be prosperous in our communities. Both Republicans and Democrats have disappointed us time and again, so it’s time for fresh faces and fresh ideas in Austin.
Simply put, Joe wants to be elected to make sure that you get left alone by the police when you do not pose a threat to other people, that you keep more of your paycheck for the hard work that you do, and that politician will never again issue mandates that keep you from running your businesses and providing for yourselves and your families. He recognizes the value that immigrants create in our state, and he believes that no wall should stand between those wanting to improve their lives and the Texans they would serve by coming here to do so.
A vote for Joe this November will be a vote for empowering yourself – and those around you – to thrive.