Alliant National Title Exec to Run for Texas House of Representatives
|September 24, 2013|
Rodney Anderson, senior vice president and Texas agency manager for Alliant National Title Insurance Co., is running for the Texas House of Representatives.
A Republican, Anderson served previously in the Texas House and received the Texas Land Title Association’s Outstanding Freshman Legislator Award for his work as a representative.
Anderson manages Alliant National’s Texas agency operations and has more than 20 years of experience with independent agency operations both as an independent agent owner and partner, and in other agency operations.
“We are pleased to have one of our own in the running for the esteemed position of citizen legislator,” said Dave Ginger, Alliant National president. “Rodney Anderson’s commitment to a system that is of, for and by the people is in ideal alignment with Alliant National’s pledge to the success of all of our Independent Agents. We agree with Rodney’s vision and mission beyond the election, and are very proud of him and his accomplishments. We look forward to all he will bring to both Alliant National and to the citizens he serves.”
Anderson’s four areas are at the core of his campaign include getting get small businesses moving again, cutting wasteful government spending, eliminating unfunded mandates on education and balancing the budget without increasing taxes. The Republican Primary elections are on March 4, 2014.
“The opportunity to serve as a citizen legislator in the Texas House is an honor,” Anderson said. “I look forward to working hard to represent every citizen of the district. Our community is a thriving one and it is with a great deal of eagerness and enthusiasm for all of the possibilities that I work toward our community’s future.”