As an independent candidate running for County Commissioner, Precinct 4 in Waller County, I am wondering about Republican and Democratic candidates who are financially supported by their party when they are running for public office. Do elected officials make decisions for public purpose based on their own integrity or do they "walk the party line"?
Elected officials may become a puppet for their political party. As an independent, my decisions will be driven by critical thinking, principle and leadership. I will represent EVERYONE in Precinct 4.
There is still time to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 2nd to make a difference.
The Waller County News Citizen will publish an election guide for the Nov. 2 Election on Oct. 28. These are the answers that I gave them in response to their request for information about me and the public office that I am seeking to win on November 2, 2010. I thought that I would share this relevent information on this website, as well.
Name: Wesley "Sandy" Buller
Political party: independent candidate, no party affiliation (conservative values with Republican roots), but on the ballot as an independent.
Office seeking:Waller County Commissioner, Precinct 4
Current/former offices held: City of Pattison, Alderman, Position 3 Appointed as voting representative from Pattison, Texas to the Waller County Sub-Regional Planning Commission
Memberships: Waller County Historical Society Co-founder of the Pattison Area Heritage Society First United Methodist Church - Brookshire
Occupation: Co-owns a video and film production company called Sweet Spirit Productions with his wife, Janet Buller; and also shoots commercial and special event photography through their other company, Buller Photography.
Family: Married for 7 years to the love of his life, Janet Buller. And they have a sweet beautiful little 6-year-old daughter, Zoe.
Qualifications for office: ✓Independent! Driven by principle, not politics ✓Current elected public officeholder as Alderman in City of Pattison ✓Committed to sustainability and smart growth while preserving our community’s history ✓Applied and received a grant for the City of Pattison as part of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program that the Comptroller of Public Accounts (CPA) State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) administered for the U.S. Department of Energy. This $23K grant is being used at the Pattison Area Volunteer Fire Department to replace old non-energy efficient equipment to the new energy star rated energy efficient equipment ✓Ability and willingness to serve full-time as Waller County Commissioner, Precinct 4 ✓Conservative values ✓Brings positive, creative resources to the community ✓Born and raised in Waller County Precinct 4 (Pattison, Texas) ✓Graduate of Royal High School ✓BA in Communications from the University of St. Thomas ✓17 yrs of engineering management and quality assurance with the same industrial manufacturing company before spending the last 6 yrs as a successful self-employed entrepreneur.