You can tell a lot about a man by the qualities of his children. Having worked with two of Ted Seago’s children, one as my boss and one who routinely responded to me as “yes ma’am,” and knowing his wife and daughter-in-love, Ted Seago’s family is a walking example of the impact a principled, hard-working, Christ-serving man can have on a group of people. I hope the voters of House District 16 will allow Ted the opportunity to have that kind of an impact on the rest of our lawmakers in Austin come March.
For two legislative sessions, I watched Ted and Johnnie Seago volunteer countless days and nights urging lawmakers to stand on the principles they campaigned on. I watched the Seagos invest in young people by bringing young ladies from their church to witness history being made at the Capitol. I watched the Seagos instill the importance of being involved in your local government to all around them.
As a resident of Liberty County, I won’t get the opportunity to vote for Dr. Seago. However, as Ted and Johnnie routinely do all they can to make their part of Texas a little better, I pray the voters of Montgomery County, and the rest of HD 16, will help the Seagos make an even bigger impact.
Send Ted to Austin, Montgomery County. You’ll be glad you did. 🙂