Chris Hill, a conservative Republican and McKinney CPA running for Collin County Commissioner Precinct 3, has announced that he has received the endorsement of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility (TFR), one of the state's leading conservative organizations working to promote sound tax policy, government transparency, and greater efficiency in spending.

"As a common-sense conservative, Chris Hill will be strong voice for taxpayers on the Collin County Commissioners' Court," Michael Quinn Sullivan, president of TFR, said in his endorsement.

Texans for Fiscal Responsibility exists to create and sustain a system of strong fiscal stewardship within all levels of Texas government. As one of the most influential conservative groups in the state, TFR constantly strives to empower citizens to play a more active role in government and hold their elected officials more accountable.

In response to the endorsement, Hill said: "Texans for Fiscal Responsibility is one of the most highly respected conservative groups in Texas. It is a great honor to have their endorsement, and I share their commitment to limited government and lower taxes. I look forward to serving as a conservative partner to TFR here in Collin County."

This most recent endorsement joins a growing list of conservative voters, community leaders, and local organizations that have recognized Hill as the conservative, experienced choice for county commissioner in precinct 3, according to his campaign.

Hill has now received more than 800 endorsements, including Dr. Bob Collins (Collin College Trustee), Ray Huffines (Huffines Auto Dealerships), John and Leahray Wroten, Carol Everett (The Heidi Group), the Collin County Conservative Republicans, the North Texas Tea Party and the support of Collin County Republican Party Leaders, according to his campaign.

To view the full list of endorsements, go to www.VoteChrisHill.com.

Hill is a sixth-generation native of North Texas and a second-generation resident of McKinney. He and his wife Laura have been married 14 years and have three children. They are active members of Christ Fellowship church in McKinney.

According to his campaign, Hill is the only candidate for County Commissioner Precinct 3 who has pledged to serve as a full-time commissioner and has pledged that he will have no business conflicts of interest.