May 10, 2021

Press Release: Christine for CCISD Campaign Files for Election Recount, Citing Numerous Irregularities

Campaign, in consultation with election integrity experts, assertsresults should be validated by direct examination of voting machine data LEAGUE CITY (May 10, 2021) – The Christine for CCISD Campaign (aka Christine Parizo Student Success Committee) today filed state-mandated notification with Clear Creek ISD that it will seek a formal hand recount of the results in the election for the District …

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April 19, 2021

Endorsed by League City Councilmember Justin Hicks

I’m honored to have the support of Councilman Hicks, another tireless fighter for traditional values! Don’t forget; early voting begins today. For voting locations, visit christineforccisd.com/voting. Christine holds strong conservative and traditional values, and she will be a careful steward of our tax dollars. Christine is committed and has taken a pledge to keep indoctrination out of our schools. She …

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April 16, 2021

Endorsed by Texas State Representative Mayes Middleton

It is an absolute honor and privilege to have the support of Representative Middleton. Thank you, sir! I fully support and endorse Christine Parizo for the Clear Creek ISD Board of Trustees, District 5 position. Christine is a principled conservative who will fight for the best interests of the students, families, and taxpayers in the district. Mayes Middleton, Texas State …

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April 14, 2021

Endorsed by League City Councilmember Nick Long

I appreciate your support so much, Councilman Long! During my time on the League City Council, I have fought relentlessly for fiscal responsibility, world-class infrastructure, public safety, and outstanding services. CCISD needs Trustees who will lead our schools into the future with those same priorities in mind. Christine believes every student deserves a safe, state-of-the-art campus, and I know she’ll …

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April 14, 2021

Endorsed by Former League City Mayor Pro-Tem, Geri Bentley

Thank you so much for your support, Ms. Bentley! As a 21-year resident of League City, a CCISD taxpayer, and a former City Council Member and Mayor Pro-tem, I know the value of a well-qualified and engaged candidate. Christine is a mom, a small business owner, and an engaged volunteer in our community who will actively ensure that our children …

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April 14, 2021

Endorsed by the Galveston County Young Republicans

I’m incredibly proud to have the support of the Galveston County Young Republicans! Christine’s plans for responsible spending will ensure that funds remain in the classroom, providing teachers and staff with the resources they need to educate the next generation of Texans. The Galveston County Young Republicans are proud to endorse Christine Parizo for Clear Creek ISD Board of Trustees, …

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April 13, 2021

Endorsed by Republican Party Precinct 263 Chair, Norman Pappous

I’m honored to have the support of Norman Pappous, the Republican Party Precinct 263 Chair (my precinct, which includes Rustic Oaks, Countryside, Magnolia Creek, Westover Park, and Westwood neighborhoods). His Letter to the Editor appears in the Galveston Daily News here: https://www.galvnews.com/opinion/letters_to_editor/article_09cae8d8-ed4b-5cba-9427-4271436abfec.html Parizo … will best safeguard district tax dollars and the traditional approach to schooling that secured the district’s …

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March 30, 2021

Secure Technology Can Enable Better Transparency in Clear Creek ISD

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It’s no secret that taxpayers in Clear Creek ISD often struggle to figure out where their tax money is being spent. The district has a confusing number of spending accounts, not to mention large multiyear bond programs, and there is no easy way to keep track of which dollars are going where.  The 2017 CCISD Bond is a great example …

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March 16, 2021

Responsible Spending Benefits Teachers

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Clear Creek ISD manages an annual budget of more than $480 million. And as we recently learned from published reports, each year CCISD fails to spend between $2 million and $5 million from its budget. For you and me, in relation to our household budgets, that seems like an enormous amount of money. For CCISD, it is merely a drop …

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