Tim Hardin serves as the president and CEO of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility. Tim has an undergraduate degree in philosophy and political science from the University of North Texas. He also earned his master’s degree in biblical studies from West Coast Baptist College. Tim is a small-business man and pastor and served as a chief of staff in the Texas House for eight years. He resides in Fort Worth with his wife, Luisa, and their five children, Elijah, Noah, Micah, Jeremiah, and Selah.
Jeramy Kitchen serves as the executive director of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility. Born in Meadows Place, Texas, Jeramy graduated from Texas Tech University with an undergraduate degree in political science. A veteran, Jeramy served in the U.S. Army and Texas Army National Guard, deploying to Iraq twice in service of Operation Iraqi Freedom as an intelligence analyst. Jeramy has managed campaigns for conservative lawmakers across the state of Texas, served as chief of staff for multiple state lawmakers, and served as the director of legislative affairs for the largest public policy think tank in Texas. Most recently, Jeramy served as the Capitol correspondent for Texas Scorecard to focus on bringing transparency to the Texas legislative process.
Kyle and his wife, Barbi, are blessed to live in the Hill Country of Fredericksburg, Texas. He has worked hard and provided for his family and community for 37 years as the owner of Biedermann’s Ace Hardware. Kyle and Barbi also own and operate Biedermann’s Paint Store and Harper Feed & Hardware. As a small-business owner, he understands what it means to take care of customers, be fiscally responsible to make ends meet, and handle numerous administrative needs. As a Christian and a conservative Republican, he has served as the state representative for Texas House District 73 (encompassIng Gillespie, Comal, and Kendall counties) since being elected in 2016. For each legislative session he has served in, Biedermann has been a TFR taxpayer champion. Kyle and his wife live on their ranch in Fredericksburg and have seven daughters and 14 beautiful grandchildren.
Jeff Cason is a retired business professional with nearly 50 years of experience in corporate America and Europe, focusing on the aviation and oil & gas industries. As a longtime Texas resident, he has always identified with the spirit of freedom and liberty that so distinctly embodies what it means to be called a Texan. He’s truly a rock-solid, unapologetic conservative in the truest sense of the word. Jeff became active in local Texas politics in 2004, and in 2006 he ran for and won a seat on the city council in Bedford, Texas. After serving a successful three-year term, he chose not to run again. Jeff served as state representative for HD 92 in the 87th Legislative Session and was a TFR taxpayer champion. Jeff is known as a “straight shooter” and someone who will never mince words for the sake of politics. Truth and accountability are the keystones of his service and relationship with the Texas voters that he serves. Jeff is a follower of Christ, a husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He currently holds the office of Texas State Representative for House District 92 where he resides with his wife Wendy. Jeff currently hosts his own political podcast, Back Room Access, which chronicles his behind-the-curtains experience in the Texas House in Austin as a state representative.
Dr. Stuart Spitzer served one term in the Texas House, representing District 4. A strong conservative, Spitzer earned top marks from various organizations during his time in the Texas Legislature. A general surgeon by trade, Spitzer resides in Kaufman with his wife, Shari, and their two children, Lily and Luke.