Support Quality Healthcare,
Oppose More Taxes

Voters in the Liberty County Hospital District are facing soaring property values and surging tax rates. At the same time, nearly every taxing entity in Liberty County is reaping the benefits while refusing to cut costs and grant relief to taxpayers.

Facing massive population growth, voters in the Liberty County Hospital District must make sober and tough choices to ensure their own financial wellbeing as they’re faced with tremendous economic challenges and uncertainty.

On the November 2nd General Election ballot, voters are being asked to approve a 100% tax increase and $43 million bond referendum to construct new facilities in Liberty and Dayton. These bonds are bad for taxpayers now, and they’re bad for future generations of taxpayers as well.

We encourage you to look beyond the carefully chosen PR Firm talking points being echoed by supporters and local media, and instead consider that It’s Ok to Vote No on More Taxes!

What Do Hospital District Props A & B
Really Accomplish?

✓ Doubles Hospital District Property Taxes (100% Increase)

✓ Discourages Private Healthcare Investment in Growing Areas

✓ Punishes Existing Medical Practitioners

✓ Burdens Taxpayers With Long-Term Tax & Interest Rates (Up to 50 Years)

The LCHD Shows Arrogant Disregard for the Will of Voters

Recently, concerned citizens noted that the Liberty County Hospital District was promoting its political Vote Yes campaign on its taxpayer-funded...

Is That a Fact?

Readers of the Vindicator and other local news outlets would do well to verify the so-called "facts" coming from the Liberty County Hospital...

Retired Firefighter, EMT Comments on Hospital District Propositions

As published on Page 9 of the Liberty Gazette and at Bluebonnet News on October 26th Submitted by Brian Smith - Hull, TX Given my extensive...

The True Cost of Government-Run Healthcare

Recently, we considered how the local hospital's own budget anticipates a financial loss over the next year. Taxpayers should be equally appalled to...

Is the Liberty-Dayton Regional Medical Center a Sound Investment for Taxpayers?

It wasn’t too terribly long ago that citizens of Liberty County Hospital District No. 1 were forced to become owners of Liberty-Dayton Regional...



Talking Points

Early Voting Has Begun








Important Election Dates

  • Early Voting Begins
    Monday, October 18, 2021
    thru Friday, October 29th
  • Election Day is
    Tuesday, November 2, 2021