A conservative couple finally had enough of California and moved to Texas in January of this year to provide a better life for their children. Next, they started their own real estate company, targeted specifically toward urging other conservatives to do the same thing.
Paul Chabot is a former U.S. Congressional candidate and retired law enforcement officer who now serves in the Navy Reserves. His wife, Brenda Chabot, also a former law enforcement officer, was an Executive Director of a county Republican Party in California. The couple has four children, and say now they want to help other conservative families “make the move like we did.”
Their website, Conservative Move, with the heading, “Helping families move right,” says they are encouraging families to move to the North Texas region.
Conservative Move expanded to social media on May 22, setting up their own Facebook page to further promote the concept.
The word is getting out fast. Chabot has been interviewed by multiple media outlets, including CBS and NBC, and featured on the Drudge Report, LA Times, Sacramento Bee and others.
CBS DFW reported that Chabot said he has had inquiries from over 500 people in more than 40 states. “They’re dead serious… they are absolutely dead serious on doing it,” he said.
He said this week, two California clients are putting their homes on the market and are actively looking for homes in the North Texas area.
Below is a campaign video when Chabot was running for Congress in California:
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