Republican Kronda Thimesch, a freshman state representative from southern Denton County, officially filed for reelection on Saturday, the first day of the filing period for the March 2024 primary elections.
Thimesch represents House District 65, which arcs across the southern half of Denton County and is home to over 200,000 residents and five different school districts. In the November 2022 general election, Thimesch won 60% of the vote for the HD-65 seat, her first statewide seat. Thimesch previously served on the Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees.
“As I formalized my candidacy, I wasn’t just signing a form; I was reaffirming my commitment to our shared values and the priorities that matter most to us,” Thimesch said in a statement before providing the following aspects of her platform:
- Securing Our Borders: Committing to the safety and sovereignty of Texas.
- Economic Prosperity: Driving policies that create jobs and foster opportunity while continuing to push for even more property tax relief for Texas families.
- Educational Excellence: Building an education system that empowers parents, lifts up our children, and supports our teachers.
- Preserving Our Liberties: Defending the constitutional rights that are the foundation of our freedom.
- Protecting Our Culture: Resisting the forces that seek to undermine our values and expose our children to sexualized material.
“These aren’t just campaign promises; they are the principles I’ve fought for every day in office and will continue to fight for in the days ahead,” Thimesch said in an email to supporters. “Together, we’re not just running a campaign; we’re safeguarding the Texas legacy for our children and grandchildren.”
Go to www.KrondaForTexas.com for more information.
The filing period for statewide office ends Dec. 11.