CINDY SIEGEL - REPUBLICAN FOR TEXAS CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 7
Cindy Siegel is a Conservative Republican who wants to take back Texas Congressional District 7 from big government Democrats. She believes that family, faith, and freedom are the bedrock of our great nation and that the Democrats have abandoned traditional Conservative values.
Cindy has been an active Republican and has the history of voting in Republican primaries for decades and in special elections like the Harris County flood bonds.
Cindy has spent countless hours volunteering for Republican candidates including Greg Abbott, Ted Cruz, Ed Emmett, Joan Huffman, and numerous Republican judges. Cindy served as Treasurer and Vice-Chairman of the Harris County Republican Party and is active in Republican Women’s Clubs and Conservative groups. Currently, Cindy is President of the Greater Houston Council of Federated Republican Women’s Clubs – an organization that includes 40 Republican Women’s Clubs as members. She also serves on the board for the Texas Federated Republican Women.
Cindy supports President Trump in his fight to fix our broken immigration system and control our borders. Cindy supports rebuilding our military because peace comes through strength. Cindy supports a patient-oriented private health care system rather than a federal health care bureaucracy.
Cindy came from a modest background growing up on a farm in Kansas where she learned hard work and independence at an early age. Working her way through college, she graduated from Kansas State University with degrees in Education and Business and earned an MBA in Accounting and Finance at the University of Houston. She joined the national CPA firm of Arthur Andersen.
Now a CPA for over 30 years, Cindy understands how big government hurts business through high taxes and over-regulation. She has fought and won against the IRS for her clients. Frustrated by government bureaucracy at all levels Cindy decided to do her part to make things better. In 1994, Cindy ran for Bellaire City Council and served six years. She was elected as Bellaire’s Mayor in 2000 where she was elected overwhelmingly for four terms. As Mayor, she fought to control taxes, streamline bureaucracy, maintain the infrastructure of a thriving city, and improve the park system for families.
Cindy is a member of the Bellaire United Methodist Church. She and her husband, Bob, live in Bellaire and have two grown daughters, Jennifer and Lauren.
Join Cindy in returning Conservative Republican leadership to Texas Congressional District 7. She is the only true Conservative Republican in the race.